Event    From 30/4/1999  To 30/4/1999

Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Well known as a gay pub, the Admiral Duncan was the site chosen by Neo-Nazi David Copeland to detonate a nail bomb which killed three people and wounded 70.

Copeland, who was also responsible for the nail bomb attacks in Brixton (17 April) and Brick Lane (24 April), was sentenced to six concurrent life sentences in June 2000.

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Admiral Duncan pub bombing

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Admiral Duncan Memorial

Admiral Duncan Memorial

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Admiral Duncan nail bomb

The Admiral Duncan Pub 3 people killed, 70 injured, by a neo-nazi nail bomber...

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Westmead Business Group

Westmead Business Group

A business closely associated with Croydon Airport.

Group, Aviation, Commerce

1 memorial
Mercers' Company

Mercers' Company

Records go back to 1348. From the Guild‘s website: "In its widest sense mercery could describe all merchandise, although in London the term evolved to mean the trade specifically in luxury fabrics,...

Group, Commerce, Liveries & Guilds

4 memorials
Gordon Victor Young

Gordon Victor Young

Businessman in the fish industry. "Who knew Billingsgate Market well and built up the family business, W. Young & Son." The quote is on the plaque but we can't trace it, or indeed, find out any...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Edward Orme

Edward Orme

Engraver, painter and publisher of illustrated books, and property developer in Bayswater. Born Manchester. c.1800-24 he published and sold many books of aquatints and etchings, in his own shops in...

Person, Art, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing, Property

1 memorial
Old Slaughters Coffee House

Old Slaughters Coffee House

At 74 - 75 St Martin's Lane.  Mentioned in Thackeray's "Vanity Fair". 

Place, Commerce

1 memorial