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Winn's Common is a public open space in Plumstead in the London Borough of Greenwich, England.

The North end of Winn's Common


Winn Common is said to have been settled by ancient Britons. Several Bronze Age burial mounds were found in the area, as well as Roman relics. One mound remains on Winn Common, the Winn Common Tumulus.

During World War II a line of barrage balloons were sited on Winn Common to deter enemy aircraft from attacking the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.

Across Kings Highway there is a memorial to George Webb, the headmaster of Burrage Grove Boys School in 1896. Originally a drinking fountain, it has been filled in and its fittings removed.

The George Webb Memorial Fountain

Notes and references

Coordinates: 51°28′52″N 0°5′35″E / 51.48111°N 0.09306°E / 51.48111; 0.09306



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