Henry Cooper blue plaque

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Wednesday 10 September 2008 2.42pm
For our Henry Cooper, outside St Thomas O'Becket Pub to go up, where he used to train.

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Wednesday 10 September 2008 2.48pm
Does it need voting?
Wednesday 10 September 2008 3.26pm
It's already been voted for:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/3239

The unveiling is tomorrow.

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Thursday 11 September 2008 11.49am
I thought you had to be dead (for at least 25 years) for a blue plaque - Is he dead? I haven't seen him around lately, but I couldn't be certain that he's not dead.
Thursday 11 September 2008 11.52am
It's a Southwark blue plaque rather than an English Heritage one.

Southwark's "voted by the people" plaques have rather less stringent criteria than EH's.

Lots of living people have Southwark plaques, including Tommy Steele and Michael Caine.

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Thursday 11 September 2008 12.37pm
Our 'enery is very much alive. He is 74. He's Sir Henry these days, mind you.
Thursday 11 September 2008 12.49pm
thank you very much. You are, James, as ever, highly informative.
Thursday 11 September 2008 2.22pm
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/3488

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Friday 12 September 2008 3.45am
Tommy Steele's alive???
Friday 12 September 2008 8.18am
Very much so. He's not even that old - 71.
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