Group    From 1927 

Chelsea Society

The Chelsea Society was founded by the Chelsea author Reginald Blunt (son of Gerald), with the aim of protecting the historical fabric of Chelsea and of influencing future environmental changes.

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

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Chelsea Society

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Dovehouse Green - blue plaques

{Top plaque:} To celebrate the silver jubilee of Elizabeth II 1952-1977 and ...

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Richard Norman Shaw

Richard Norman Shaw

Architect. Born Edinburgh. Pioneer of Old English and Queen Anne styles. His London works include: 1-2 St James Street, Grim's Dyke, the Royal Geographic Society, 17 Chelsea Embankment, Bedford Par...

Person, Architecture, Scotland

5 memorials
Haberdashers Place

Haberdashers Place

Built on green fields in 1802. Destroyed by enemy action on 11th May 1941 and re-built in 1952, architect Terence C. Page.

Building, Architecture

2 memorials
St Mary le Bow

St Mary le Bow

There is archaeological evidence that a church has existed on the site in Cheapside, London, since Saxon times, and the current building was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Its famous bells featu...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
Sir Ninian Comper

Sir Ninian Comper

Architect in the Gothic Revival style. Born Aberdeen. Died in Clapham in The Hostel of God, now Trinity Hospice. The description of the photo of Holy Trinity church Stroud Green includes the sugge...

Person, Architecture, Scotland

1 memorial
Peter of Colechurch

Peter of Colechurch

His name, sometimes given as Peter de Colechurch, is connected to the church where he was a priest, St Mary Colechurch in Cheapside. Colechurch had already rebuilt London Bridge from elm in about ...

Person, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial