Plaque

Sutton twin towns mural

Erection date: 11/9/1993

Inscription

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The Sutton twin towns mural was unveiled jointly by the Worshipful the Mayor of the London Borough of Sutton Councillor Frank Sharp C Eng FIEE and Herr Horst Dohm OBE the Bezirksburgermeister of Berlin-Wilmersdorf on 11th September 1993 to commemorate 25 years of town twinning.
Sutton Leisure Services

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The Sutton twin-towns mural was created with the help of the following
London Arts Board
Wallscapes
Sutton Leisure Services
Amy Johnson Junior School
Mushcamp Junior School
Carew Manor Special School
12th Carshalton Guide Company
Sutton

Mushcamp is a misspelling of Muschamp.

Site: Sutton twin towns mural (1 memorial)

SM1, Sutton Court Road

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

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Sutton twin towns mural

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Amy Johnson Junior School

Former primary school, presumably named for Amy Johnson, the connection being...

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Carew Manor Special School

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