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Pulford Street Site Committee

Categories: Social Welfare

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The Pulford Street Site Fund was responsible for raising the resources necessary, mainly from Westminster residents, with grants from the Ministry of Health and Westminster Council, to build the Tachbrook Estate. The Westminster Housing Trust Ltd was responsible for the actual purchase of the land and building of the flats.

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Pulford Street Site Committee

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Tachbrook - Foundation

This stone was laid by the Rt Hon Sir Hilton Young, GBE, Minister of Health, ...

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Tachbrook - Founders

Founders To commemorate the work of Lady Walston Chairman, the Rt Hon Sir Joh...

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Pepys Estate

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2 memorials
Sir John Simon

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Beatrice Webb

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1 memorial
Leysian Mission

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8 memorials
Captain Thomas Coram

Captain Thomas Coram

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