Monument

WPC Yvonne Fletcher memorial

Erection date: 1/2/1985

Inscription

Here fell WPC Yvonne Fletcher, 17th April 1984.
{Below is the badge of the Metropolitan Police.}

The first memorial created by the Police Memorial Trust, it was unveiled by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

Site: WPC Yvonne Fletcher memorial (1 memorial)

SW1, St James Square

Credit for this entry to: Bob Baker

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
WPC Yvonne Fletcher memorial

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Yvonne Fletcher

Semley, Wiltshire was the home of Yvonne Fletcher until she became a Police C...

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Police Memorial Trust

A charitable organisation created following a letter to The Times from Michae...

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Margaret Thatcher

Prime Minister: 1979 - 1990. Born Grantham. MP for Finchley: 1959 - 1992. A M...

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