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Greenwich Council

The London Borough of Greenwich was formed by the amalgamation of the Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich and part of the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich to the east. It became a 'Royal' Borough on the 3rd February 2012, to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and because of its historic links with the Royal Family.

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This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Greenwich Council

Commemorated ati

Nike Statue - Plaque 3

Presented to the Mayor and Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Councill...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Greenwich Council

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Arsenal Football Club founded

{Inscription on the plinth:} Royal Arsenal Riverside Royal Borough of Greenwi...

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Cutty Sark Gardens - Opening

The plaque was unveiled by Her Majesty The Queen to mark the opening of Cutty...

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Greenwich Foot Tunnel - war bomb damage repair

Second World War bomb damage repair This short length of the tunnel was repai...

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Greenwich National Servicemen

This plaque honours the national servicemen of of the London Borough of Green...

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Lee Rigby - tree

{On the plaque:} In memory of Fusilier Lee Rigby 4 July 1987 - 22 May 2013. T...

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Other Subjects

T. Jefferson

T. Jefferson

A commissioner of Limehouse Library in 1900.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Anthony Eden, Lord Avon

Anthony Eden, Lord Avon

Born Durham, Succeeded Churchill as Prime Minister, 1955 - 57. The Suez crisis is considered the low point of a less than admirable term. Died at home at Alvediston, Wiltshire.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Jude Kelly

Jude Kelly

Theatre director and producer. Born Liverpool. 2005 Appoint Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre.

Person, Politics & Administration, Theatre

1 memorial
Horace Maybray King

Horace Maybray King

The first member of the Labour Party to become Speaker of the House of Commons.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Kingsley Collett, CBE, DLit, Deputy

Sir Kingsley Collett, CBE, DLit, Deputy

Member of the Joint Co-ordinating Committee in 1982 for opening Tower Bridge to the public.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial