Plaque

Guardian Angels Church & School

Inscription

Guardian Angels Church, opened in 1903. This building and the school, opened in 1896, were paid for by the Howard Family of Norfolk.
Bow Heritage Trail

The school is behind the church.

Site: Guardian Angels Church & School (1 memorial)

E3, Mile End Road, 377

the three niches presumably used to be occupied by three Guardian Angels - now flown.

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Guardian Angels Church & School

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Guardian Angels Church & School

The church on the Mile End Road was opened in 1903, the school, shown in this...

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Howard Family of Norfolk

The family who paid for the Guardian Angels Church and school consisted of: t...

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Guardian Angels Church & School

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Tower Hamlets Council

The name was originally applied to the Tower division of the county of Middle...

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