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Greenwich Society

Categories: Community / Clubs

The Greenwich Society aims to make Greenwich a better place for all who live and work here, to promote the town's heritage, to improve its amenities and to make it attractive to visitors.

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Greenwich Society

Creations Information

Andrew Gibb drinking fountain and shelter

{On the (non-working) drinking fountain, on the top surface on the north side...

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Burney Street Garden

Burney Street Garden, built by Greenwich people, 1981 - 82.

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Cecil Day Lewis - tree

Tree Planting Year 1973 Presented by the Greenwich Society in memory of thei...

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Dick Moy

Black slate plaque.

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Other Subjects

Rotterdam 06.11.1982 Dispuut Lustrum

Rotterdam 06.11.1982 Dispuut Lustrum

The picture probably wasn't taken at this particular event. You really have to go to the memorial page to have this explained.

Event, Community / Clubs, Netherlands

1 memorial
Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew

Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew

The Guild is a voluntary organisation that supports the work of the hospital. It provides equipment and comforts for the benefit of patients and staff through the income raised by the work of volun...

Group, Community / Clubs, Medicine

2 memorials
Immigration to Spitalfields

Immigration to Spitalfields

Spitalfields has experienced a number of waves of immigration from other countries, often driven from home due to difficult or dangerous conditions. The French Huguenots escaping religious persecut...

Concept, Community / Clubs, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Rawthmell's Coffee House

Rawthmell's Coffee House

Braxton's Coffee House (1702) at no.24 Henrietta Street became Rawthmell's Coffee House in 1715 and later moved to no.25, where the (R)SA first met. The image shows the painting by Anna Katrina Zi...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
All Saints Cemetery

All Saints Cemetery

Now known as Nunhead cemetery, it was one of the so-called 'magnificent seven' cemeteries, opened on the outskirts of London in the nineteenth century, to alleviate the overcrowding in parish buria...

Place, Community / Clubs

1 memorial