The John Tradescant Memorial, Wilkinson St.
Cartmel was chosen by members of the Albert Square and St Stephen's Association to produce the memorial which was erected opposite the house in which the Tradescant family lived when they were gardeners to King Charles I. The funds were raised by local individuals and businesses, with the help of grants from Greater London Arts and Lambeth Inner-City Partnership. Cartmel involved local children in designing her memorial.
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Sculpture||Stone and steel||427 (h)|
PMSA recording information
|General condition||Don't know|
|Precise location||At the corner of Wilkinson Street and St Stephen's Terrace|
Sorry, we have no precise geographical information for this item.
|Date of design||c. 1988|
|Year of unveiling||None|
|Unveiling details||1988, by David Bellamy|
|Duty of care||None|
|Listing status||Not listed|
|At risk?||No known risk|