Tree

Great Storm - Holland Park

Erection date: 28/11/1987

Inscription

28th November 1987
The Worshipful The Mayor, Councillor Mrs Elizabeth Russell, planted the first replacement tree, a Ginkgo Biloba (Maidenhair Tree) in the Royal Borough's Open Spaces after the Great Storm of 16th October 1987. Three hundred and twenty trees were lost from these areas in one night of devastation.

Site: Great Storm - Holland Park (1 memorial)

W8, Holland Park

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Great Storm - Holland Park

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Great Storm of 1987

In the early hours of Friday 16 October 1987 a great storm struck South East ...

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Great Storm - Holland Park

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Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The borough was formed in 1965 by the merging of the separate former boroughs...

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Councillor Mrs Elizabeth Russell

Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea 1987-8.

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