Person    | Female  Born 21/6/1927 

Sybil Phoenix OBE

Born Sybil Theodora Phoenix Marshall in British Guiana (now Guyana). Community worker, the first black woman to be awarded the MBE, in 1973. Was Mayor of Lewisham. See EachOneTeachOne for more info.

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Sybil Phoenix OBE

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New Cross Fire - Town Hall

Unveiled by Sybil Phoenix, a community leader who had been called to the scen...

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Brixton Black Women's Group

Brixton Black Women's Group

Started by Olive Morris and other women who had been active in the Black Panther Movement. It was formed to address the specific issues faced by black women, and to offer advice and support to thos...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gender Issues, Race Issues

2 memorials
Hudson's Friends Society of Quilmes

Hudson's Friends Society of Quilmes

We cannot find any information about this group.

Group, Community / Clubs, Argentina

1 memorial
Members of Kew Guild and staff of Royal Botanic Gdns Kew lost in WW1, WW2

Members of Kew Guild and staff of Royal Botanic Gdns Kew lost in WW1, WW2

From the Kew Guild: "The Kew Guild was founded in 1893, as an offshoot of the Kew Mutual Improvement Society (itself created in 1871), with an intention of uniting past and present “Kewites” by mea...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
The Boltons Association

The Boltons Association

Founded to protect and improve the environment and to stimulate public interest in the neighbourhood.

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Bow Library

Bow Library

One of many public libraries founded by John Passmore Edwards.  Designed by S. B. Russell, it is a Grade II listed building and features the ornate 'Macullum' clock, which is named after a local ph...

Building, Community / Clubs

2 memorials