CALL FOR ASSISTANCE: A Kilburn plaque to Gerry Anderson?

We are delgihted to confirm that we have secured the support of the principle Gerry Anderson Fan Club

Gerry Anderson (1929-2012) creator of the iconic Thunderbirds series and characters was born Gerald Alexander Abrahams. His parents Joseph and Deborah Abrahams lived at 50 West End Lane from 1929 to 1935. This was a large detached house on the corner of Woodchurch Road and is now occupied by Sidney Boyd Court.  Gerry attended Kingsgate Primary School in Kingsgate Road, Kilburn, walking each day down Messina or Cotleigh Road.  In adult life he was a publisher, producer, director, and writer, famous for his futuristic television programmes, particularly Thunderbirds.  It has been proposed that a plaque should go on both Kingsgate School and Sidney Boyd Court in memory of Gerry and the amazing childhood he created for so many people.

In order for the two plaques to be commissioned, designed, produced and placed in Kilburn we need to raise about £"000 to cover all of the costs.  Can you help?
Yes, I enclose a cheque for £______________________ made payable to the     “Historic Kilburn Plaque Scheme”.

Yes, I will help with planning the logistics for the plaque and the unveiling.

Yes, I would like to help with the plans to put other plaques up to famous people from Kilburn - please keep me informed by email.
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PLEASE RETURN TO:Ed FordhamScheme administrator
7 Douglas Court, Quex Road, LONDON. NW6 4PT
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07974 950 512