Person    | Female  Born 1940  Died 1986

Pat McDonald

Pat McDonald

Lived and worked in North Kensington, 1960s - her death. She was the driving force behind the campaigns for better housing, more play-space and new nurseries. 

At It's your Colville we were shocked to read: "The Colville Nursery Pat McDonald gates are dedicated to the People's Association community activist play worker, who was murdered by her husband."

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Pat McDonald

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Pat McDonald

{On the plaque attached to the railings:} Pat McDonald, working-class heroine...

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Coram's Fields

Coram's Fields

The memorial at the entrance to these fields tells how this playground came into existence. It is the only public space in London where adults are not allowed without children.

Place, Children, Gardens / Agriculture

3 memorials
Jacob Sebastian Holstein

Jacob Sebastian Holstein

From The Peerage: Jacob was the son of Alison Margaret Worsley (b.1963) and Christian Holstein. They married in 1992 and divorced 1996. Alison married again in 1997 and her married name became McIn...

Person, Children

1 memorial
Josephine Trotman

Josephine Trotman

One of the 11 "children of England" present on 7th July 1933 when The Princess Royal laid a foundation stone for a nurses home for the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

Person, Children

1 memorial
Mr Benn

Mr Benn

Character created by David McKee in the 1967 book Mr Benn - Red Knight. Dressed in black suit and bowler hat he sets out from his house each day to visit a fancy-dress shop where he tries on an out...

Fiction, Children, Fictional

1 memorial