Plaque

Peter Tatchell

Erection date: 29/9/2010

Inscription

Peter Tatchell, born 1952, campaigner for human rights, gay freedom and social justice, lived here.
London Borough of Southwark - Voted by the people

Unveiled by Sir Ian.

Site: Peter Tatchell (1 memorial)

SE1, Rockingham Street, 62 Arrol House

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Peter Tatchell

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Peter Tatchell

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Peter Tatchell

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Southwark Council

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