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Memorial

Russell Henderson Russell Henderson and Leslie Palmer

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

Plaque: Russell Henderson

Erection date: 24/8/2012

Inscription

Russell Henderson, 1924, musician and pioneering pan artist, led the first ever carnival parade on the streets of Notting Hill in 1965.
Nubian Jak Community Trust
UK Centre for Carnival Arts
Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

A 'pan artist' plays the traditional West Indian steel drums.

Site: Russell Henderson and Leslie Palmer (2 memorials)

W10, Tavistock Road, 69 & 70

The Henderson plaque is at number 69, (the yellow building on the left of the photograph) and Palmer's plaque is at number 70 (the building on the right).

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Russell Henderson

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Notting Hill Carnival

It seems that the roots of the Notting Hill Carnival are in dispute since bot...

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Russell Henderson

Musician. Born Russell Audley Ferdinand Henderson in Belmont, Trinidad. He ca...

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Russell Henderson

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Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The borough was formed in 1965 by the merging of the separate former boroughs...

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UK Centre for Carnival Arts

An organisation based in Luton and dedicated to carnival arts.

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Russell Henderson

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Leslie Palmer

Leslie Palmer, 1943, pioneered the template for the modern Notting Hill Carni...

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