Plaque | War served | WW1

Geoffrey Woolley VC

Inscription

{Below an image of a Victoria Cross medal:}
Second Lieutenant Geoffrey Woolley London Regiment, 20th -21st April 1915

Site: Geoffrey Woolley VC (1 memorial)

E2, Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green Gardens

In our photo the plaque can be seen laid into the grass behind the pedestrian.

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World War 1

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Second Lieutenant Geoffrey Woolley, VC

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Department for Communities and Local Government

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