Plaque

National Children's Bureau

National Children's Bureau
National Children's Bureau

Erection date: 16/5/1988

Inscription

This entrance was opened by H.R.H. The Princess of Wales on the 16th May 1988.

The inscription in the stone is merely functional but the overlapping children's heads adorning the entrance are a delight. The "hair" on the larger head reads "National Children's Bureau".

Site: National Children's Bureau (1 memorial)

EC1, Wakley Street, 8

The NCB and the Dogs Trust ("A dog is for life not just for Christmas") face each other on opposite sides of this street.

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National Children's Bureau

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Diana Princess of Wales

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