Group    From 2013 

British Plaque Trust

Categories: History

A charity with: "The key objective of the British Plaque Trust (BPT) is to resurrect this national scheme {of English Heritage} which commemorates the lives and successes of notable figures by recognising the buildings and places which they inhabited."

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British Plaque Trust

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David Bowie - Former Trident Studios

David Bowie, 1947 - 2016. His albums Hunky Dory and The Rise & Fall of Zi...

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Emile Ford

Emile Ford 1937 - 2016 Singer, producer & sound scientist. He made his pe...

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Francis Barraud & Nipper

In 1899 at 126 Piccadilly Francis Barraud completed his famous painting of 'N...

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Haroon Shamsher

Haroon Shamsher 1965 - 1999 founder of influential music collective Joi lived...

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Other Subjects

Rupert Harris Metalwork Conservation

Rupert Harris Metalwork Conservation

In 2000 the team included: Rupert Harris, Martin Rodda, Andy Coupe, Jasper Lyon, Matthew Macdonald, Petrina Stroud, Tove Hirth, Jane Knight, Melvyn Rodda, Wil Roberts.

Group, Craft / Design, History

1 memorial
Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky

Linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, logician, historian, political critic, and activist.  A prominent intellectual and cultural figure.  Born Pennsylvania. 

Person, History, Philosophy, Politics & Administration, Science, USA

1 memorial
Sir Leonard Woolley

Sir Leonard Woolley

Archaeologist. Born at 13 Southwold Road, Hackney. He was one of the first modern archaeologists, who excavated in a methodical way, keeping careful records, and using them to reconstruct ancient l...

Person, Exploring, History, Iraq

1 memorial
Matthew Bell

Matthew Bell

Psychotherapist who works locally and is interested in local history.   He felt passionately that there should be a memorial where the denouement of the revolt took place and where Tyler fell.  Up ...

Person, History, Medicine

1 memorial
Octavia Hill

Octavia Hill

Housing reformer and co-founder of The National Trust.  Born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, her father's eighth daughter (yes, really).  She believed that social housing should be small houses (rather...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, History, Property, Social Welfare

9 memorials