The Seven Dials Trust’s People’s Plaques bring to light fascinating people and institutions from the very local to the international, who have made a contribution to the area and, in some cases, nationally and internationally.
We are pleased to inform that items marked FEATURED have been sponsored. If you would like to support the scheme please contact us or download our brochure:
Download the People's Plaques Sponsorship Brochure
We are looking for more sponsors to support this unique Plaques Project:
People's Plaques Brochure (PDF)
Street History Plaques Brochure (PDF)
(If you would like a printed copy of the brochure please do ask us)
Plaques Positions Visuals (PDF)
More info on Sponsoring People's Plaques
More info on Sponsoring Street History Plaques
The Golden Hind
The Golden Hind (more specifically a wounded female deer) is the symbol of the ancient Parish of St Giles-in-the-Fields. The Seven Dials Trust has used it, in a circle representing the Dials, as a motif on all street furniture.