Group    From 1959 

Putney Society

Categories: Community / Clubs

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Putney Society

Creations i

Edward Gibbon - SW15

Plaque unveiled by Professor David Wormersley who has written many books on G...

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Festing Road residents killed in WW1

The first quotation is adapted from 'For the Fallen' by Laurence Binyon The s...

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Gavin Ewart

Gavin Ewart, 1916 - 1995, noted poet, FRSL, lived at Kenilworth Court. The P...

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Hugh Jenkins

Lord Hugh Jenkins, 1908 - 2004, Putney MP, 1964- 1979, Minister for the Arts,...

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J. R. Ackerley

J. R. Ackerley, 1896 - 1967, writer and literary editor, lived here, 1941 - 1...

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Other Subjects

Max Wall Society

Max Wall Society

A society with the objective of perpetuating the memory of Max Wall by uniting individuals in shared recollection through regular meetings, events and the publication of a newsletter called the Wal...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Leonard and Freda Darke

Leonard and Freda Darke

At Arts and Humanities Research Council we found a brief biography of Leonard (1914-2004) which includes: "In 1951 he and his family moved to Bedford Park, Chiswick (the first garden suburb) where ...

Group, Architecture, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
White Hart Inn

White Hart Inn

Established in the medieval period and referenced by Shakespeare in 'Henry VI' and by Dickens in 'Pickwick Papers'.  Not to be confused with the nearby White Hart at 22 Great Suffolk Street.

Building, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Literature

1 memorial
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Founded by William Morris, Philip Webb and others associated with the Pre-Raphaelites to counteract the highly destructive 'restoration' of medieval buildings being practised by many Victorian arch...

Group, Architecture, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
The Arts Lab

The Arts Lab

A centre for theatre, poetry, film, happenings and arts of all kinds. Originally founded by Jim Haynes at 182 Drury Lane, it was influential in inspiring many similar centres in the UK and Europe. ...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial