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Carew Manor Special School

Categories: Children, Education

Now called Carew Academy. It teaches pupils aged 7 to18, with a wide range of ability levels and additional learning and complex needs.

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

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Carew Manor Special School

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Sutton twin towns mural

Mushcamp is a misspelling of Muschamp.

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John Cyril Lees Collingham

John Cyril Lees Collingham

John Cyril Lees Collingham was born in 1865, the second of the six children of Joseph Mawer Collingham (1832-1902) and Jane Eliza Collingham née Lees (1836-1919). His birth was registered in 2nd qu...

Person, Benefactor, Children

1 memorial
John Alan Watts

John Alan Watts

John Alan Watts was born 2 April 1927, together with his twin sister Joyce Constance Watts (1927-2022). They were the children of Harry Watts (b.1892) and Edith Watts née Bacon (1895-1944) and thei...

Person, Children

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Ambika Paul

Ambika Paul

Daughter of Lord Paul. She died from leukaemia and the Ambika Paul Foundation which supports charitable causes, was set up in her memory.

Person, Children, Friend / family, India

1 memorial
Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy

On Saturday the 3rd August 1912, the 2nd Walworth Troop of five adults and twenty-four young scouts sailed from Waterloo Bridge for Leysdown on the Isle of Sheppey. They moored at Erith for the nig...

Event, Children, Tragedy

6 memorials
The Children's Fold

The Children's Fold

A Barnardo's home, also referred to as Sheppard's House. It was established around 1887 at 182 Grove Road, E3. Its address is sometimes given as 180 Grove Road, so may have expanded into the neighb...

Group, Children, Philanthropy, Social Welfare

1 memorial