Group    From 1957  To 2009

Civic Trust

From the picture source website: " founded in 1957 by Duncan Sandys, a British politician, and the former son-in-law of Sir Winston Churchill. It campaigned to make better places for people to live. It ran until 2009 before going into administration due to a shortage of funding."

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Civic Trust

Creations i

George Webster fountain

{On the north face of the main body, above the water bowl:} To George Webster...

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Kew Gardens Station footbridge

Opened in 1912, Kew Gardens station footbridge is an early and rare British e...

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Wimbledon Village Improvement 1964

Wimbledon Village Improvement Scheme 1964 Completed by Wimbledon Village Asso...

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Other Subjects

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

A residence of the British royal family since the 17th century. Built as Nottingham House by the Earl of Nottingham. It passed from his heir (who was secretary of state to King William III), to the...

Building, Architecture, Royalty

2 memorials
Merton Place

Merton Place

Country house, built about 1750 for Henry Pratt. Lord Nelson arrived here in 1801 after his separation from his wife Fanny.  In his time the grounds were extensive, a quarter square mile.  He used ...

Building, Architecture

2 memorials
Major Byron F. Caws

Major Byron F. Caws

Believed to have assisted Fowler in his work on the Concise Oxford Dictionary. The Latin on the memorial, 'castigavit et emendavit', translates as “he corrected and improved“, which is quite an ac...

Person, Architecture, Armed Forces, Engineering, Literature

1 memorial
Jeremy Robert Feakes

Jeremy Robert Feakes

Designer, entrepreneur and founder of the Urban Golf Tournament.  Urban Golf seems to be exactly what you'd imagine it might be and has been played in the East End, Siena, Hong Kong, Canada and Ven...

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Lewisham Priory

Lewisham Priory

The home of philanthropist John Thackeray. It was built in the gothic style with extensive gardens. The site of the house is now occupied by the Seventh Day Adventist Church, at 428 Lewisham High S...

Place, Architecture

1 memorial