Plaque

Jubilee Walkway - WC2 - final

Erection date: 14/7/1978

Inscription

Silver Jubilee Walkway Trust
This plaque commemorates the inauguration of the final section of the Silver Jubilee Walkway around central London from the Tower of London to Leicester Square by HRH the Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Trust, on Friday 14th July 1978.
{A relief map of Central London shows the route of the walk}
Chairman of the Silver Jubilee Walkway Trust - Robert Shaw

Site: Jubilee Walkway - WC2 - final (1 memorial)

WC2, Chancery Lane

When this plaque was unveiled the wall was part of the Public Record Office. It is now King's College Library.

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Jubilee Walkway - WC2 - final

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Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II

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Jubilee Walkway

The first phase of what was initially called the Silver Jubilee Walkway was o...

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Silver Jubilee Walkway Trust / Walk21

The Silver Jubilee Walkway Trust was established in 1977.  They became the Ju...

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Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester

Grandson of George V, and son of Princess Alice. Patron of the Silver Jubilee...

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Robert Shaw

Chairman Silver Jubilee Walkway Trust.

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