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Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1

Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1 Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1
Inscription

{Around the top edge:}
Queen Elizabeth II Field

{In the centre, below the royal crest:}
Diamond Jubilee 2012

{Around the lower edge:}
Fields in Trust

Site: Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1 (1 memorial)

N1, Cloudesley Road, Culpeper Community Garden

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Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1

Subjects commemorated Information

Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II Field - N1

Created by Information

Fields in Trust

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