Plaque

Great Ormond Street Hosp. - 150 Anniversary

Erection date: 14/2/2002

Inscription

This plaque commemorates the visit by H M The Queen, Patron of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital to mark the 150th birthday of the Hospital on 14th February 2002 in Her Majesty's Golden Jubilee Year.

Site: Great Ormond Street Hospital (2 memorials)

WC1, Great Ormond Street, Great Ormond Street Hospital

The ashes of James Callaghan (and possibly Audrey's too) were scattered in the flower bed at the base of this statue.

See the Callaghan's page for the important connection they have with the hospital.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Great Ormond Street Hosp. - 150 Anniversary

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Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

The fiftieth anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II.  The Golden ...

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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Founded as The Hospital for Sick Children, the first hospital in England to p...

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Queen Elizabeth II

Born 17 Bruton Street, to the Duke and Duchess of York. When she was 10 her f...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Great Ormond Street Hosp. - 150 Anniversary

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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Founded as The Hospital for Sick Children, the first hospital in England to p...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Great Ormond Street Hosp. - 150 Anniversary

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Great Ormond Street Hosp. - Peter Pan

Great Ormond Street Hosp. - Peter Pan

In 2005, after our photo, Tinkerbell was added to the statue, fluttering at P...

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Nearby Memorials

Aske's Hospital - left - 1828

Aske's Hospital - left - 1828

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Note that the plaque says that not only was a new building erected but also that the site was extended into the adjacent ground.

3 subjects commemorated, 5 creators
National Provident - south

National Provident - south

EC3, Gracechurch Street, 48 - 51

The two NPI plaques are in the doorway on the right, at no 48; the Curtis plaque is to the left at no 51. NPI have made rather excessive ...

1 subject commemorated
Dr Grantly Dick-Read

Dr Grantly Dick-Read

W1, Harley Street, 25

Placed 11 June 1992.

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
Innholders' Hall - 1

Innholders' Hall - 1

EC4, Little College Lane

This overtly modern facade is shown on the English Heritage map as part of the Scheduled Ancient Monument which includes the more traditi...

3 subjects commemorated
William Pitt the younger

William Pitt the younger

W1, Baker Street, 120

London County Council William Pitt the younger, 1759 - 1806, lived here, 1803 - 1804.

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator