Person    | Female  Born 1937  Died 20/3/2010

Councillor Angela Hooper

Served on Westminster council from 2002 until her death in 2010. She was Lord Mayor of Westminster from 1994-1995. Awarded the C.B.E. for her work as a senior agent at Conservative Central Office.

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Councillor Angela Hooper

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Angela Hooper

Councillor Angela Hooper CBE, 1937 - 2010, champion of Westminster's heritage...

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Carlos and Elvia Castello Branco

{On a plaque on the ground to the north:} This fountain has been refurbished...

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Gandhi and Indo-British togetherness trees

Friendship Tree (Koelreutaria paniculata or Pride of India) planted by Lord M...

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Jose de San Martin statue

The statue is behind a locked gate, so we cannot tell if there is an inscript...

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Westminster in WW2

Westminster City Council In recognition of Westminster's councillors and off...

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