Group    From 1975 

Highbury Fields Association

The Highbury Fields Association aims to encourage community participation in all matters affecting the character, amenities, use, management and development of the Fields and its surrounding neighbourhood.

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Highbury Fields Association

Creations Information

Victoria's 60th, Clock tower

 All four sides sport a low relief portrait of Queen Victoria in wreathed rou...

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Walter Sickert

There has been a plaque on this building since at least 2000, commemorating S...

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Other Subjects

The Blackheath Society

The Blackheath Society

Group that works with local councils, residents, other amenity groups, traders, the police, the Boundary Commission, English Heritage, the Blackheath Joint Working Party and everyone else who can i...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Florence Keen

Florence Keen

Founder of the North Islington Infant Welfare Centre and School for Mothers in Holloway in 1913. At that time, around 10% of children in Islington died before their fifth birthday. She and her coll...

Person, Community / Clubs, Education

3 memorials
Keib Thomas

Keib Thomas

Community worker, inspirational community activist, volunteer, & teacher, devoted to ethnic & inter-faith harmony, justice and equality. Born in Wales, he moved to London and worked for sev...

Person, Community / Clubs, India, Wales

2 memorials
The Drum

The Drum

World War II air raid shelter.

Building, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Percy Baden Powell Huxford

Percy Baden Powell Huxford

Percy Baden Powell Huxford is the 2nd from the right of the seven boys sitting in the photograph of the scout troop. He was born on 9 May 1900, in Walworth, one of at least ten children of Henry W...

Person, Children, Community / Clubs, Tragedy

2 memorials