Latest 20 plaques

The Beatles stayed here in October 1964

Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans, United Kingdom


Azzedine Alaïa 1957-2017 couturier Francaise [full inscription unknown]

English translation: Azzedine Alaïa 1957-2017 French fashion designer [AWS Translate]

18 rue de la Verrerie, Paris, France

Pitfold Way [full inscription unknown]

Co-Op, Avenue Road, Grayshott, United Kingdom

McGinn of the Calton. Matt McGinn legendary Scottish folk singer songwriter, actor & poet born near this spot 12 Ross Street a great Scottish socialist & Scottish patriot well loved by the people of Scotland. 17th January 1928 - 5th January 1977

The Olde Burnt Barns, Ross Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom


Founded in 1873 Robert Cresser's Brush Shop occupied No. 40 for 131 years. Harry Potter fans believe this magical street gave J. K. Rowling the vision for Diagon Alley. With original Victorian fixtures full of dusty boxes and broomsticks - was this little shop the inspiration for Ollivanders

40 Victoria Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Elizabeth Raffald 1733-1781, author, innovator, entrepreneur, benefactor, whose family built this pub in 1815, and who lies buried nearby in St Mary's churchyard. Wrote 'The Experienced English Housekeeper' in 1769.

The Arden Arms, 23 Millgate, Stockport, United Kingdom


Peak Forest Canal Company Benjamin Outram (1764-1805) Consulting Engineer Thomas Brown (1772-1850) Resident Engineer German Wheatcroft (1773-1841) First Wharfinger at Bugsworth Canal Basin

Canal Basin, Buxworth, United Kingdom

Tanfield Hall. The first assembly of the Free Church of Scotland was held here on 18th May 1843 and in the same hall the union of the Secession and Relief Churches was consummated 13th May 1847.

1 Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Robert Louis Stevenson was born in this house on 13th November 1850

8 Howard Place , Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Alan A Campbell Swinton F.R.S. Scientist Engineer and Television Pioneer. Born here 18th October 1863

9 Albyn Place, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Nelly Copson 1919-2011 local historian was born here

Nelly's Yard, High Street, Droitwich Spa, United Kingdom


Yma roedd cartref Rhys Prichard 'Yr Hen Ficer' (1579-1644) Awdur canwyll y cymry. Here lived Rhys Prichard 'The Old Vicar' (1579-1644) Clergyman and poet

33 High Street, Llandovery, United Kingdom


Bill Richmond Freed Slave, Boxer, Entrepreneur Spent the last evening of his life here with his friend Tom Cribb 17 Dec 1829

36 Panton Street, London, United Kingdom


Site of the Priory of the Holy Trinity founded 1108

Mitre Square, London, United Kingdom


En memoria de Alejandro Candela Montelongo "Sea lo que sea que pierdas, siempre nos encontraremos a nosotros mismos en el mar." E. E. Cummings

English translation: In memory of Alejandro Candela Montelongo “Whatever you lose, we will always find ourselves at sea.” E. E. Cummings [AWS Translate]

, Lanzarote, Spain

Amy Walmsley 1867-1928 Principal (1896-1927) of Froebel Kindergarten School & Training College, which became Bedford Training College for Teachers, here. Bedford's first female County Councillor 1922.

14 The Crescent, Bedford, United Kingdom


The workplace of Annie Kenney of Springhead 1879-1953 Leading suffragette, first to be imprisoned for direct action, with Christabel Pankhurst, 1905. Women gained the full vote in 1928

Leesbrook Mill, Oldham, United Kingdom


The Great Western Railway Craft Skills Award presented to London Undergound, Taylor Woodrow & Bam Nuttall for Tottenham Court Road Station relocation of Paolozzi murals by Paul Maynard MP, Rail Minister

Tottenham Court Road, London, United Kingdom


Albert Louis Johanneson. Born and raised in South Africa, he found a new life in England. A mesmerising left winger, he made 200 appearances for Leeds United from 1961 to 1969 scoring 67 goals, playing an integral role in helping the club win promotion to the First Division in 1964. In 1965, he became the first black African to play in an F.A. Cup Final. 1940-1995

The East Stand, Low Fields Road, Leeds, United Kingdom


Ici a vécu en 1921 l’écrivain aviateur Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Né en 1900, mort pour la France le 31 juillet 1944. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry apprit à piloter pendant son service militaire sur le terrain du Neuhof. De ce moment, il vit les cinq continents défiler sous ses ailes au cours de sa glorieuse carrière d’aviateur où il puisa l’inspiration d’une œuvre littéraire qui l’a rendu immortel.

English translation: Here lived in 1921 the aviator writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Born in 1900, died for France on 31 July 1944. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry learned to fly during his military service on the ground of the Neuhof. From that moment, he saw the five continents parade under his wings during his glorious career as an aviator, where he drew inspiration from a literary work that made him immortal. [AWS Translate]

12 rue du 22 Novembre, Strasbourg, France