Media    From 1936 

London A - Z

London street guide. First developed by Phyllis Pearsall, it now covers the Greater London area, roughly within the M25. The picture shows the cover of the first edition.

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

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
London A - Z

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Phyllis Pearsall

This is where she was born. 

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Wandsworth Council EMAS

Wandsworth Council EMAS

Wandsworth Ethnic Minority Achievement Service. it works in partnership with schools, governors, parents and colleagues in the Wandsworth Children and Young People's Services Department to ensure h...

Group, Community / Clubs, Nationalism

1 memorial
Beryl Brownsword

Beryl Brownsword

Architect and conservationist. After WW2 she worked in the architectural practice run by Richard Sheppard. She was particularly active in the Bedford Park Society where she monitored planning appli...

Person, Architecture, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Barbican Horticultural Society

Barbican Horticultural Society

From their website: "Our Aims: Provide information and practical help to Barbican gardeners of all experience levels; Encourage the cultivation of plants in window-boxes, terraces and public spaces...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Woodford Green Men's Club

Woodford Green Men's Club

Either the club or its Harrier section was established in 1904.  Its origins are back in the 1880s when it was part of the sports section of the Woodford Green Working Mens' Institute.  More inform...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gender Issues

1 memorial
Band of Mercy

Band of Mercy

Locally led organisations aimed at teaching young people about kindness to animals. They also worked to prevent cruelty to animals. Founded by Catherine Smithies as a furtherance of the temperance ...

Group, Animals, Community / Clubs

1 memorial