Plaque

John Groom

Inscription

English Heritage
John Groom, 1845 - 1919, philanthropist, who founded workshops for disabled girls nearby, lived here.

Site: John Groom (1 memorial)

EC1, Sekforde Street, 8

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Philanthropist who founded workshops for disabled girls. Moved by the plight ...

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