Moved to Forty Hill in 1959. President of the Enfield Preservation Society, 1997 - her death. With a background in journalism and publishing she wrote/edited/assisted with a number of Enfield publications including: "Enfield's Architectural Heritage" and the Society's publication "Treasures of Enfield".
Person | Female Born 18/11/1924 Died 20/6/2004
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Valerie Carter - garden
This garden is dedicated to the memory of Valerie Carter, 18.11.1924 - 20.6.2...
Valerie Carter - River Walk
We're not experts on heraldry but it seems the strange animal in this emblem ...
Hyde Park Estate
We don't know for sure that the HPEA is the "Hyde Park Estate" that erected the Dearmer plaque but it's the best candidate that we could find.
Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society
The society's website doesn't specify when it came into existence. It contains a number of 'journals', the oldest of which is dated 1980, so maybe it dates from then.
The Blackheath Society
Group that works with local councils, residents, other amenity groups, traders, the police, the Boundary Commission, English Heritage, the Blackheath Joint Working Party and everyone else who can i...
St George's Mission and St Peter's church, Wapping
1856 Reverend Charles Fuge Lowder commenced work on the mission in Wapping (named for their church St George's-in-the-East). Initially it was met with hostility, but in time it came to play an impo...
The last surviving Inn of Chancery. Attached to Gray's Inn. Things changed over time but, basically, Inns of Court were places where barristers lodged and worked, while Inns of Chancery were plac...