Plaque

Sterling and Cahill

Erection date: 1993

Inscription

This Pets' Corner is dedicated to the memory of Roy Sterling and Joe Cahill who each devoted many years of their life to working with young people at Coram's Field.
Spring 1993

The plaque 's singular "Field" is interesting but incorrect.

Site: Sterling and Cahill (1 memorial)

WC1, Coram's Fields

This plaque is Inside the garden, on the western colonnade. It was brought to our attention by Matt Brown of Londonist.

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Sterling and Cahill

Subjects commemorated i

Joe Cahill

Devoted many years of his life to working with young people at Coram's Fields...

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Roy Sterling

Devoted many years of his life to working with young people at Coram's Fields...

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Coram's Fields

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