Relief

Sir Leonard Hutton - brick sculpture

Erection date: 1993

Inscription

{Top left, above the coat of arms worn by England cricket team:}
Sir Leonard Hutton

Unveiled by Hutton's widow.

Site: Sir Leonard Hutton (3 memorials)

SE11, Kennington Oval, John Edrich Gate

We'd guess that the diagram plaque was created soon after the record-breaking innings and had been on display elsewhere until it was moved here to complement the brick sculpture.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sir Leonard Hutton - brick sculpture

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Sir Leonard Hutton

Cricketer. Born Yorkshire. Played as an opening batsman for Yorkshire 1934-55...

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Surrey County Cricket Club

One of eighteen first-class county cricket clubs in England and Wales. It rep...

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Walter Ritchie

Born Coventry. Apprenticed to Eric Gill. Often worked in brick. Died Kenilwor...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
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Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram

Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram

We assume that if one added all the digits together the total would be 364 ru...

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Sir Leonard Hutton - plaque

Sir Leonard Hutton - plaque

The "save the Oval" campaign was not, as we first thought, made necessary by ...

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