Plaque

Ravenscroft Park

Erection date: 5/12/1990

Inscription

Ravenscroft Park
This park was opened on 5th December 1990 by Dr David Bellamy for the people of Bethnal Green with thanks to the Monument Trust and the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association for assistance with grants.
Bethnal Green Neighbourhood

Site: Ravenscroft Park (1 memorial)

E2, Columbia Road, Ravenscroft Park

The plaque is on the low, angled, wall - angled upwards to catch the rain, hence its poor condition.

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Ravenscroft Park

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David Bellamy

Environmental campaigner and botanist.  Brought up in London.  Built up a med...

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Ravenscroft Park

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Bethnal Green Neighbourhood

British History has a map showing how in 1986 Tower Hamlets divided itself up...

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Metropolitan Public Gardens Association

First chairman was the Earl of Meath. In about 1890 the MPGA was based at 83 ...

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Monument Trust

A Sainsbury family charity.

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