Group    From 1882 

Metropolitan Public Gardens Association

First chairman was the Earl of Meath. In about 1890 the MPGA was based at 83 Lancaster Gate, W. Another chairman was Fred Cleary.

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Metropolitan Public Gardens Association

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George Allen drinking fountain

With information provided by Paul Frecker (see GMA's page) we found Soho and ...

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Passmore Edwards drinking fountain - E8

October 2023 Londonist: Time Machine provided this Heritage of London Trust S...

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Passmore Edwards drinking fountain - N1

We love the elaborately correct use of English: "... in the acquisition of wh...

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Passmore Edwards drinking fountain - SE1

The Christ Church fountain is one of several drinking fountains that Edwards ...

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Ravenscroft Park

Ravenscroft Park This park was opened on 5th December 1990 by Dr David Bellam...

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Other Subjects

PEER

PEER

From their website: "PEER is an independent arts organisation that has evolved from the ground up over the past twenty years, putting down deep roots within the socially,  culturally and economical...

Group, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Olive Katherine Lloyd-Baker

Olive Katherine Lloyd-Baker

From Cotswoldsaonb: "Olive Lloyd-Baker was born ... the middle of three daughters of Michael Granville Lloyd-Baker, eldest son and heir to the Estate. There are glimpses of her strong character in ...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Nonconformists burial ground.  Enclosed with a brick wall by the City of London in 1665; gates added 1666. Closed in 1852 by which time it held more than 120,000 bodies.  In 1865, to preserve the ...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial
Burnham Beeches

Burnham Beeches

A 1.44 square mile biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Buckinghamshire. The southern half is owned by the Corporation of London and is open to the public. Its area is slightly larger ...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial