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Susan Daniel Rose Bed

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The Susan Daniel Rose Bed
The roses in this flower bed are named after Susan Daniel who lives in Islington. The rose was introduced at the RHS Chelsea Flower show in 2004 by Harkness Roses. Sales of Susan's roses benefit the charities 'Help for Heroes' and 'The Little Angel Theatre' in Islington. There are beds of Susan Daniel roses planted at La Scala in Milan, amongst other renowned places.

Site: Susan Daniel Rose Bed (1 memorial)

N1, Dagmar Terrace, St Mary's Church Gardens

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

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Susan Daniel Rose Bed

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Chelsea Flower Show

Originally known as the 'Royal Horticultural Society Great Spring Show', it w...

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Harkness Roses

Rose growing company, founded in Yorkshire by brothers John and Robert Harkne...

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Help for Heroes

Charity. Founded as a non-political, non-critical organisation by Bryn and Em...

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La Scala, Milan

Opera house. Originally called the New Royal-Ducal Theatre at La Scala.

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Little Angel Theatre

Puppet theatre. Founded by John Wright. It is a 100 seat theatre in a former ...

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