Plaque

(lost) Hunt & Stokoe trees

Inscription

These trees are dedicated to the memory of our colleagues, firefighters Terry Hunt and David Stokoe - never forgotten.

Site: North Woolwich Road fire station (3 memorials)

E16, North Woolwich Road

On the wall behind are two baskets for flowers and some screw holes. And on the wall a little to the left of the photo is another similar arrangement so 2 of these plaques used to be attached to wall. Which 2 and why they were moved, who knows, but the current arrangement is not a success.

The third plaque in the photo is to the firemen killed in the Silvertown explosion.

The fire station closed on 9 January 2014 and was being sold off in 2015. Our colleague, Andrew Behan, reported in 2021 that all these plaques have been removed since we last visited in November 2020 and the site was under development. Let's hope the plaques will reappear when the dust settles. Sadly the trees have also gone.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Hunt & Stokoe trees

Subjects commemorated i

Terry Hunt

Terence James Hunt was born on 12 December 1957 and lived in Chadwell Heath, ...

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David Stokoe

David John Stokoe was born on 7 July 1966 and his birth was registered in the...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Hunt & Stokoe trees

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Hunt & Stokoe plaque

Hunt & Stokoe plaque

In memory of our colleagues Terry Hunt and David Stokoe who gave their lives ...

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Silvertown explosion - firemen

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