Plaque

New Cross Fire - site of fire

Erection date: 18/1/2011

Inscription

New Cross Fire, took place at this site on January 18, 1981, Claiming the lives of 14 young people.
Nubian Jak Community Trust
Lewisham Borough Council

Site: New Cross Fire - site of fire (1 memorial)

SE14, New Cross Road, 439

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

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New Cross Fire - site of fire

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New Cross Fire

A fire at a teenagers' birthday party caused the death of 14 young people, 13...

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New Cross Fire - site of fire

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Lewisham Borough Council

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