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

Reading Gaol

Reading Gaol

Former prison on Forbury Road in Reading. Designed by George Gilbert Scott. Its most famous inmate was Oscar Wilde, who wrote 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol' whilst he was here. It housed prisoners of...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Philip Webb

Philip Webb

 Architect.  Born Oxford. 1856 moved to London and joined the circles around the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.  William Morris used him to design the Red House.  Also designed Prinsep's house at 1 Ho...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
E. J. May

E. J. May

Born Edward John May. Estate Architect at Bedford Park 1880 - 1885. Died Chislehurst. From the Bedford Park panel: "E. J. May was the last pupil of Decimus Burton before joining Shaw’s practice as...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Geoffrey Darke

Geoffrey Darke

Architect. Born Geoffrey James Darke. He and fellow architect John Darbourne founded the firm of Darbourne and Darke, specifically to design the Lillington Gardens Estate in Pimlico. They also desi...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial