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Bronze Plaque № 32959 - In memoriam.  Peter Gerald Goodman, Harold David Poulten. Boys of this school who were mortally wounded by a German rocket while standing near this spot during the lunch hour on Thursday March 15th 1945
John Wesley And Susanna Annesley Black Plaque - Forty yards south of this building on the last side of the site of The Foundery, John Wesley's headquarters 1750-78 and the first Methodist book room. The mother of the Wesleys died there 30th July 1742.
Bronze Plaque № 8323 - The first gay rights demonstration took place here, in Highbury Fields, on 27th November 1970 when 150 members of the Gay Liberation Front held a torchlight rally against police harassment.