Plaque

Old Deer Park clubhouse

Erection date: 1969

Inscription

This clubhouse was built in 1969 with funds given by members and friends of the London Welsh R. F. C. and Richmond C.C.
Architects - Frank Saunders & Partners, London SW1
Consulting Engineers - C. W. Glover & Partners, London SW1
Main Contractors - W. H. Vince (Construction) Ltd, Richmond

Site: London Welsh Rugby Club (2 memorials)

TW9, Old Deer Park, 187, Kew Road, sports ground pavilion

English Heritage's 'Played in London' has this building described as "Old Deer Park sports ground pavilion. Two storey brick and concrete modern flat-roofed pavilion designed by Frank Saunders & Partners, formed by six interlinked blocks set at angles, three cranked to face cricket pitch to west (southernmost with protruding viewing balcony), three in line facing archery ground to north. Metal windows throughout, some areas of exposed grey brick, others concrete or white timber cladding.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Old Deer Park clubhouse

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C. W. Glover & Partners

Consulting Engineers based in SW1, active in 1969.

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Frank Saunders & Partners

Architects based in SW1, active in 1969.

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Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Formed by the merger of the Municipal Boroughs of Twickenham and of Richmond ...

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W. H. Vince (Construction) Ltd

Building firm based in Richmond, active in 1969.

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Old Deer Park clubhouse

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London Welsh RFC

The club was formed in 1885 to cater to ex-pat Welsh rugby players living in ...

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Richmond Cricket Club

Their website. Old Deer Park has been the club's headquarters since 1864.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Old Deer Park clubhouse

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London Welsh Rugby club - WW1

London Welsh Rugby club - WW1

Unusually the plaque gives the birth and death years for each name. From a W...

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