Fiction    From 1914  To 1940

Sunbeam

Children's comic published by James Henderson and Sons. It featured 'Dr Rhino's Jolly Jungle Boys' and 'Willie And Winnie And Wuffles The Pup'. Originally called 'Sparks' it went through various changes of name before becoming Sunbeam in 1920. It was eventually merged with 'Tiny Tots'.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Sunbeam

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Sunbeam Weekly and the Pilgrim's Pocket

The statue (next to a lamppost), comprises a (ghost of a) pilgrim father, loo...

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Jim Gaffney

Jim Gaffney

Spent his life helping vulnerable children.

Person, Children, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Central Foundation Girls School

Central Foundation Girls School

Moved from Spital Square in 1975 to the building in Bow Road.  Spitalfields Life reports on a 2013 school reunion at the old building, which is now Galvin Restaurant - old photos and reminiscences.

Group, Children, Education

1 memorial
Jeanne Southwell

Jeanne Southwell

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
A. A. Milne

A. A. Milne

Author. Born Henley House, Mortimer Road, Kilburn. Best known as the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh and Christopher Robin, named after his son. Died at his home in Hartfield, Sussex, on the edge of Ash...

Person, Children, Literature, Seriously Famous

2 memorials
Sir Nicholas Winton

Sir Nicholas Winton

Sir Nicholas George Winton MBE was a British banker and humanitarian who established an organisation to rescue children at risk from Nazi Germany. Born to German-Jewish parents who had emigrated to...

Person, Children, Peace

1 memorial