Plaque

George Green - school centennial

Erection date: 4/10/1928

Inscription

This clock was presented by members of the association, pupils and other friends of the school as a centennial memorial and in remembrance of the founder George Green.
4th October 1928
The George Green Association

Site: George Green School (3 memorials)

E14, East India Dock Road, 155, National Skills Academy

This 1884 building was designed by Sir John Sulman. Both plaques are on the walls of the clock tower.  One you can see in our photo, the other is on the hidden, east-facing side.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
George Green - school centennial

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George Green School

Founded by shipbuilder George Green as an infants' school, at the corner of C...

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George Green

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George Green Association

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George Green School - 1884

George Green School - 1884

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George Green School - Clock

George Green School - Clock

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