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Memorial

Newquay House - left Newquay House

Plaque: Newquay House - left

Erection date: 11/7/1933

Inscription

These flats on the Duchy of Cornwall Estate were opened by His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cornwall, KG, on the eleventh day of July 1933.
Architect: Louis de Soissons, FRIBA, SADG
Builders: R. J. Rowley Limted, London

In 1933 the Duke of Cornwall was Prince Edward, who would later briefly become King Edward VIII.

Site: Newquay House (2 memorials)

SE11, Newburn Street, Newquay House

You can see the plaques on either side of the arched entrance to the central courtyard, at the centre of which there is what looks like the basin for a fountain.

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Duchy of Cornwall

Something like a company, which invests mainly in land (mostly in the south-w...

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R. J. Rowley Ltd

Building firm active in 1933.

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Louis de Soissons

Louis de Soissons.

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King Edward VIII

Born as Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David, at White Lodge i...

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His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, dedicated the foun...

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