Person    | Male  Born 27/10/1844  Died 13/1/1927

Sir Alfred Seale Haslam

Engineer and politician. Born Derby. He saw the potential of refrigeration and developed equipment that was used extensively both on land and on ships. Knighted by Queen Victoria in 1891 he funded three statues of her: in Newcastle under Lyme, Derby and at Blackfriars, all based on a marble original erected in India. Died at the St Pancras Hotel, London while on a business trip.

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Sir Alfred Seale Haslam

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Queen Victoria statue - Blackfriars

{On the front of the plinth in gilded lettering:} Victoria R.I. 1896 {for "Vi...

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Booker Prize

Booker Prize

Literary award. Originally known as the Booker–McConnell Prize, after the company Booker, McConnell Ltd who first sponsored the event. When administration of the prize was transferred to the Booker...

Media, Benefactor, Literature

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Charles Thomas Page Metcalf

Charles Thomas Page Metcalf

Charles Thomas Page Metcalf was born on 4 June 1809 the eldest of the eight children of Joseph Metcalf (1785-1839) and Sarah Elizabeth Metcalf née Cubitt (1787-1855). He was baptised on 30 June 180...

Person, Benefactor

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The Ashden Trust

The Ashden Trust

Charity. One of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, which focuses on climate change, sustainable development and improving the quality of life in poor communities.

Group, Benefactor

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Lord Richard Attenborough, CBE

Lord Richard Attenborough, CBE

Actor, director, producer. Born Cambridge. Older brother of TV wildlife presenter Sir David. Died, aged 90 years, on 24 August 2014.

Person, Benefactor, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Theatre

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