Plaque

Stanley Trade School

Stanley Trade School Stanley Trade School
Inscription

The original Stanley Trade School, opened in 1907 by William Ford Stanley, as a gift for South Norwood.

Site: Stanley Trade School (1 memorial)

SE25, South Norwood Hill, Harris Academy South Norwood

The marble plaque that you can see in our photo, beneath the green one, reads: 'William Stanley Enterprise Centre Harris Academy South Norwood'.

These buildings were designed by their funder, W. F. R. Stanley, as were Stanley Halls, next door to the right, south.

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Stanley Trade School

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W. F. R. Stanley

Inventor, manufacturer and philanthropist. Born William Ford Robinson Stanley...

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Stanley Trade School

Founded by W. F. R. Stanley as the Stanley Technical Trade School. It was tak...

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