Tree

National Union of Public Employees

Erection date: 13/10/1989

Inscription

Planted on 13th October 1989 to celebrate a hundred years of caring in the public services.
Rodney Bickerstaffe - General Secretary
Michael Page - President
On behalf of National Union of Public Employees, founded 13th October 1889.

Site: National Union of Public Employees (1 memorial)

WC1, Tavistock Square Gardens

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National Union of Public Employees

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Rodney Bickerstaffe

Rodney Kevan Bickerstaffe was born on 6 April 1945 in Hammersmith. He was th...

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Michael Page

President of National Union of Public Employees

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