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The Keskidee The Keskidee

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

Plaque: The Keskidee

Erection date: 7/4/2011

Inscription

London Borough of Islington
The Keskidee, 1971-1992, Britain's first arts and cultural centre for the black community established here.

Plaque unveiled by David Lammy M.P.

Site: The Keskidee (1 memorial)

N1, Gifford Street, 64

It was reported on 9 March 2012 that the building had been badly damaged in a fire the night before.  And 19 April 2012 a photo of it being demolished.  Even though plaque and building have gone we will leave this entry here as a sad memory.

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The Keskidee

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