Group    From 1969 

Vauxhall Society

Categories: Community / Clubs

A civic consultative group covering the parliamentary constituency of Vauxhall in London, which extends from the north of Waterloo to Brixton, Clapham, Stockwell and Vauxhall, as well as the neighbouring districts of Southwark and Wandsworth.

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

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Vauxhall Society

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Charlie Chaplin - Kennington Road

Charlie Chaplin, 1889 - 1978, lived here. Vauxhall Society

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Maureen Davies and the wild women of Wapping

Maureen Davies and the wild women of Wapping

Ran a vigorous campaign in the 1980s.  Set up the Turk's Head Company, a charity to improve local life, bought the derelict building from the Council and restored it. From the picture source: " It...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Anglo-Canadian friendship

Anglo-Canadian friendship

The plaque actually commemorated just the friendship between the people of Ottawa and the people of Holborn but this seemed a bit narrow so we have broadened the scope of the rapport.

Concept, Community / Clubs, Canada

1 memorial
Carol Paula Chapman

Carol Paula Chapman

Trustee, fundraiser and volunteer of the Charles Dickens Museum. The 2004 book 'Shakespeare's Non-Standard English: A Dictionary of His Informal Language' by Norman Francis Blake was dedicated "In...

Person, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Greenwich Historical Society

Greenwich Historical Society

From the Picture source: "The Greenwich Historical Society began life as the Greenwich Antiquarian Society in 1905, merging with the Lewisham Society in 1919 to become the Greenwich and Lewisham An...

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Alec Clifton-Taylor

Alec Clifton-Taylor

Architectural historian, author & broadcaster.  He lived in Kensington most of his life and was President of the Kensington Society from 1978 until his death.

Person, Architecture, Community / Clubs, TV & Radio

1 memorial