Person    | Male  Born 21/12/1946  Died 1/7/2007

Keib Thomas

Categories: Community / Clubs

Countries: India, Wales

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 several years with St Mungo's Homeless Charity. After working for Southwark Action for Voluntary Organisations for many years, he was invited by Southwark Police to lead on community liaison projects in the borough. He visited India every year to work on international development projects. His ashes were scattered in the Himalayas.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Keib Thomas

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Keib Thomas

Keib Thomas 1946 - 2007, dedicated advocate for the community, diversity and ...

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Keib Thomas bust

The bust was commissioned from Calcutta, "a spiritual home for Keib". His bus...

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