Plaque | War served | WW1

Geoffrey Woolley - E2

Inscription

Geoffrey Woolley House
This block was built in 2013 by Tower Hamlets Community Housing and named after Geoffrey Woolley VC, OBE, MC, (1892-1968) who was born in Bethnal Green and was the first Territorial Army officer to be awarded the Victoria Cross for his most conspicuous bravery on "Hill 60", near Ypres in Belgium, during the night of 20th - 21st April 1915.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Geoffrey Woolley - E2 (1 memorial)

E2, Pollard Street, Geoffrey Woolley House

Another Tower Hamlets plaque to the left of this one reads "Geoffrey Woolley House was officially opened by Tommy Walsh, Wednesday 20th February 2013. Roger Booth - Chair; Michael Tyrrell - Chief Executive".

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Geoffrey Woolley - E2

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Second Lieutenant Geoffrey Woolley, VC

Born St Peter’s Vicarage in Bethnal Green, as Geoffrey Harold Woolley, the vi...

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Geoffrey Woolley - E2

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

THCH is a charitable housing provider managing over 3,000 homes exclusively i...

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