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"She then joined BPSCG and campaigned for local people to be included in that plan. She was active till her Omega Seamaster 300m Gmt 90th year and attended the 20th anniversary party of that campaign in Ethelberga Hall inMrs Taylor died in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on March 31 after Omega Seamaster 300m Co-axial
He added: "This is a big loss to Battersea politics. Although she had a good innings I'm pretty sure she would have enjoyed a card from the Queen at 100."
Community bids farewell to popular campaigner From Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Mrs Taylor was a lifelong supporter of Battersea Labour Party and campaigned during elections for the St Mary's Park ward. She leafletted in the ward for local councillors and the MPs Alf Dubs andMr Barnes said: "I first met Alice at aged 64 when she volunteered to help paint the Battersea mural near Battersea bridge in 1977. Alice liked the idea of campaigning and joined Battersea
Redevelopment Action Group to demand that new building included affordable housing on the Morgan site.
Mrs Taylor used to work at Morgan Crucible, in Battersea Church Road, and was married to Bert, who died from a heart attack in 1982 aged 76.
Alice Taylor, a long serving member of the Battersea Power Station Community Group (BPSCG) and active Labour supporter died in her sleep just two weeks after her 97th birthday.
"She was very protective of Battersea if any organisation needed support she would jump up and help.
She had been present at every BPSCG demonstration and attended every meeting, every month often hosting them in her living room in Surrey Lane Estate. The keen St Mary's Church parishioner, who
"She could have mothered everybody she was a surrogate mother to the people of Battersea."
could still be seen riding pillion on the motorbike of her son Jack when she was 87, was also known for Omega Watches Pictures
Among her many campaigns, she tried to stop the council tearing down Latchmere Baths, and was on a rota during the occupation by protestors.
she was admitted with breathing complications. Her funeral is being held on Tuesday, at 11am, at Lambeth Crematorium.
BPSCG chairman Brian Barnes said Mrs Taylor had polio as a child and needed special shoes but never let this hold her back.
known throughout the community, having lived in the Winstanley Estate, the
helping take Wandsworth Council to court over damp on the estate resulting in majorAccording to her other son, 66 year old Paul, Mrs Taylor "still had a voice" at 97 never tiring of chatting to staff and patients at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital when she was admitted lastHe said: "She was a wonderful lady really. She was a loving mother and wife.
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