The Queen’s Peace Fountain-(7)

The Queen’s Peace Fountain-Andrews Park-Southampton

 Achieved on 29th July 2001 after the public were  invited to  give their support between- 1990 -2001. Sponsored by the City of Southampton Society. Thanks to public support £67,000  were contributed towards  the Fountain’s costs. The balance from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Adding sparkle to our City.    The Fountain is an appreciation of HM. The Queen’s services to our Nation.  It is located at the head of the main north/south pathway near Richard Andrews’ statue. It is a joy to see.. do visit it. “Fountains; I doubt if I ever saw  one, even the smallest, without some tingling of delight.  They enchant me in the daytime, when the sunlight enables their jets and sprays and turns  their scattered drops into diamonds”.  (J.B.Priestley’s “Delight”-1949 ).

PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the Archives of the City Council-Southampton-Civic Centre-Lower Ground Floor. Contact Mrs S.J.Hill. Ref, 4/11/Acc.6648-14//2/2006.  My ref. 1328-1238.

 

**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).

Posted on December 21, 2011 by 1cantoris | Edit
Early days’ construction.

PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.

**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).

Posted on December 21, 2011 by 1cantoris | Edit
Early days’ construction.

PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.

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**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).
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Early days’ construction.
PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.
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**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).
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Early days’ construction.
PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.

**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).

Posted on December 21, 2011 by 1cantoris | Edit
Early days’ construction.

PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.

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Itchen Ferry-Woolston-Southampton(6)

Plaque to commemorate the ‘Lost Village’ ,destroyed by German bombing in 2nd World War. Installed by City Council in 1990 as part of improved layout of the Ferry area. Plaque designed by Johanna Metcalfe  see ( also Blog No. 32) – stolen in 2008.  Current efforts to replace by local Rowing Club.  Plaque pattern located.