Plaque   

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse - reopened

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse Royal Arsenal Gatehouse - reopened

Erection date: 19/6/1996

Inscription

The Royal Arsenal Gatehouse was officially reopened on 19th June 1996 by Sir Jocelyn Stevens CVO (Chairman of English Heritage), with Councillor Janet Gillman (Mayor of the London Borough of Greenwich) and Victor Fairlie (Chairman of the Greenwich Enterprise Board, who refurbished the building).

The plaque is inside the central arch.

Site: Royal Arsenal Gatehouse (2 memorials)

SE18, Beresford Square

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

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Royal Arsenal Gatehouse - reopened

Subjects commemorated Information

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse

Also known as the Beresford Gate (after William Beresford, Master-General of ...

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Royal Arsenal Gatehouse - reopened

Created by Information

Greenwich Enterprise Board

Property developers who help to establish businesses in Greenwich.

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Victor Fairlie

Former chairman of the Greenwich Enterprise Board.

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Janet Gillman

Former councillor and mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Sir Jocelyn Stevens

Publisher and newspaper executive. Born Jocelyn Edward Greville Stevens in Ma...

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Also at this site Information

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse - Board of Ordnance

GR IV {On the ribbon of the Board of Ordnance badge, their motto:} Sua tela ...

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