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St. Peter's Place Seat

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Author: Terry Sinnott
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Location

Street:St. Peter's Place
Town:Brighton
Parish:Brighton
Council:Brighton & Hove City Council
County:East Sussex
Postcode:BN1
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Object setting:Garden
Access is:Public
Location note:Stood on the grassed area behind St. Peter's Church
In the AZ book:East Sussex
Page:162
Grid reference:F5
The A-Z books used are A-Z East Sussex and A-Z West Sussex (Editions 1A 2005). Geographers' A-Z Map Company Ltd. Sevenoaks.

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General Information

Unveiling date:31/12/1898
Work is:Lost
Owner custodian:Brighton & Hove City Council
Object listing:Not listed
Inscription:Upright of stone bench, (L) panel:

THE GROUNDS SURROUNDING THE
PARISH CHURCH WERE CONVEYED TO
THE MAYOR AND CORPORATION OF BRIGHTON
BY JOHN JULIUS HANNAH, VICAR OF BRIGHTON
FOR THE FREE USE AND ENJOYMENT OF
THE PARISHIONERS FOR EVER BY DEED
CATED 31ST DECEMBER, 1898

GEN. C. CAVENAGH
C.F. ATTREE ESQ. CHURCHWARDENS
J.R.C. WATKIN


Middle panel, Borough Arms followed by scroll inscribed:

IN DEO FIDEMUS

Inscribed underneath the scroll:

THE GROUNDS WERE LAID OUT BY THE
TOWN COUNCIL AND WERE OPENED
FOR THE USE OF THE PUBLIC FOR EVER BY
THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS OF BRIGHTON
ALDERMAN A.J. HAWKES AND MRS. HAWKES
ON THE 6TH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1899

FRANCES ??????
??????????

® hand panel:

THE WORK OF LAYING OUT THE GROUNDS WAS
CARRIED OUT UNDER THE ??????? OF THE
RECREATION GROUNDS COMMITTEE

There then follows the names of the members of the committee

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Classification

Categories:Roadside / Wayside, Functional, Commemorative
Object type1:Street furniture
Subject type1:Non-figurative

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Object Condition

Condition 1 of type:Vandalism
     More details:Destroyed following being hit by a lorry

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History


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References

Source 1 :
     Title:Brighton Argus
     Type:Newspaper
     Author:Keen, Laurie.
     Publisher:Newsquest (Sussex) Ltd. Brighton.


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Author: Terry Sinnott
Copyright: Creative Commons




Author: Terry Sinnott
Copyright: Creative Commons




Author: Terry Sinnott
Copyright: Creative Commons

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