Plaque

Marylebone precinct

Inscription

This precinct was created to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1977.
The St Marylebone Society, The Marylebone Village Residents Assoc., City of Westminster

Site: Marylebone precinct (1 memorial)

W1, Crawford Street

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Marylebone precinct

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Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

The twenty-fifth anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II.  This wa...

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Queen Elizabeth II

Born 17 Bruton Street, to the Duke and Duchess of York. When she was 10 her f...

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Marylebone precinct

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Marylebone Village Residents Association

2011 - we could find nothing current about them on the web.

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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