Plaque

Queen's Park Rangers

Erection date: 9/7/2011

Inscription

City of Westminster
On this site in 1886, Queen's Park Rangers Football Club was formed with the merger of St Jude's Institute and Christ Church Rangers Football Clubs.
Queen's Park Rangers Football Club
QPR in the Community Trust.

Plaque unveiled by former QPR player Stan Bowles.

Site: Queen's Park Rangers (1 memorial)

W10, Fourth Avenue, St Jude's Hall

2020: The building was converted and put on the market for £6.5m.

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

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Queen's Park Rangers

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Christ Church Rangers Football Club

Boys' football club founded at the Christ Church Mission in Ponsard Road, Wes...

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Queen's Park Rangers Football Club

Formed from the merger of the St Jude's and Christchurch Rangers football tea...

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St Jude's Institute Football Club

Boys' football club, based at the St Jude's Institute, a mission hall founded...

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Queen's Park Rangers

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QPR in the Community Trust

Charity. Founded to use the power of the Queen's Park Rangers football club t...

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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Stan Bowles

Footballer. Stanley Bowles was born in Collyhurst, Manchester. He played for ...

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