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Natasha Baker gold post box

Erection date: 2012

Inscription

This post box has been painted gold by Royal Mail to celebrate Natasha Baker, Gold Medal winner, London 2012 Paralympic Games, Equestrian: Individual - Championship Test, Grade II.

The Braille is a nice touch (ha, ha) but the plaque, on the back of the box, looks pretty cheap, and cheaply fixed - we won't be surprised if some of these go missing.

Site: Gold post box Natasha Baker (2 memorials)

UB8, High Street, Uxbridge

The round plaque can be see in our photo on the ground in front of the phone boxes.

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Natasha Baker gold post box

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Olympic Games - 2012

See also 2012 Paralympics. The first event was held on 25 July in Cardiff but...

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Natasha Baker

Para-equestrian. Born Hammersmith. Gold Medal winner, London 2012 Paralympic ...

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Natasha Baker gold post box

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Royal Mail

Before the 2012 Olympics started the Royal Mail committed to turn a red post ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Natasha Baker gold post box

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Natasha Baker - Freedom of the Borough

Natasha Baker - Freedom of the Borough

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