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Ladywell Mineral Spring Ladywell Mineral Spring

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Ladywell Mineral Spring

Erection date: 1984

Inscription

Site of the Ladywell mineral spring, used for medicinal purposes until the mid-19th century.
Borough of Lewisham
Ladywell Village Society

This plaque was erected in 1984 or shortly after. Confusingly LondonNewsOnline has a photo of a blue plaque (otherwise identical) in the same position being unveiled in 1987.

Site: Ladywell Mineral Spring (1 memorial)

SE13, Ladywell Road, 148

The spring was at Ladywell Cottage, a building which can be seen on old maps, e.g. 1894.

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Ladywell Mineral Spring

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Ladywell Mineral Spring

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Ladywell Mineral Spring

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Ladywell (Village) Society

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Lewisham Borough Council

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