Call to Westminster Council to replace damaged RAF plaque at 80 The Strand

RAF plaque
Labour Councillors have called on Westminster Council to replace the damaged plaque commemerating the formation and the first headquarters of the RAF at 80 The Strand, on the site of the fomer Cecil Hotel, on 1st April 1918.

The existing Council plaque and has been damaged by the elements in the few years since it was unveiled. Labour is calling for a more robust plaque to be erected.

Councillor Paul Dimoldenberg, Leader of the Labour Group, said;

“Replacing the existing damaged plaque with one that is more robust is the least the Council should do to remember the thousands of RAF personnel who fought and laid down their lives for their country.”

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