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Two commemorative plaques located on a Wall in the Garden

Two commemorative plaques located on a Wall in the Garden

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The V&A site is designed for easy accessibility to browser levels 4.0 and above, for best results a more recent browser is recommended. The site avoids the use of Macromedia Flash © or other add-on applications in all navigation and in the main content areas. The site uses Quicktime © for panoramas and video streaming , which may be downloaded here.

We are working towards ensuring that the site is fully usable by text readers.  If you have specific technical issues when using the site please report them by e-mail to: webmaster@vam.ac.uk. Please give as much detail as possible about the nature of any problem, including the date and time of your visit and the version of the browser you are using.

Graphic design by Tape London.

The website is managed by Gail Durbin, Head of V&A Online.
She can be emailed at g.durbin@vam.ac.uk

The website is developed by the Museum's Web Team: Richard Morgan, Technical Manager; Mark Hook, Joanna Jones, Cassie Williams, Denise Drake, Jan Bourne, Celena Bretton, Web Content Managers; Dan Gent, Web Developer; Joanna Salter, Web Projects Assistant.