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In Loving Memory of Nunhead Green Legend Philip.

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If you have any Philip of Nunhead memories or photos please share them here.

A Plaque of Dedication hopefully will soon be fixed to what will always be known as Philip's Bench.

In Loving Memory of Nunhead Green Legend Philip.

You always had a good generous heart.

You always made us smile and laugh.

Taken from us too soon.

May you finally be at Peace

with an everlasting supply

of Jamaica Rum.

Sam Sawlani ? Peckham Rye

May his soul rest in peace.

Sheila Pathirana ? Peckham Rye

So sad A GOOD MAN, R.I.P

Debi Carter ? The Blue, Bermondsey

May god bless you.

Debi Carter ? The Blue, Bermondsey

R.I.P may the angels look after you whether you may roam, I?ve met you twice on my travels, you earnt respect.

Heather William ? Peckham Park Road

Travel Well My Brother.

Carolyn Hart Taylor ? Nunhead

Very sad to hear this, sounds as though he was a real character. RIP Philip.

Kathy O?Brien ? Brockley

At peace now Rest in Peace Philip.

Deborah Pheysey

My Phillip,

Miss him more than you come comprehend.

Such a gentle soul.

Mica Noble ? Telegraph Hill


Sarah Poll ? Peckham Rye

Thanks for sharing. I didn't know him but glad to hear your words and glad you are recovering too. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

Linda Saunders ? Brockley

Phillip sounded amazing I wish I had met him it sounds like those of you that did were privelleged. I'm also glad you are recovering and had chance to dig deep with Phillip getting to know him

R.I.P Phillip

Lynne Barnes

Bless him x

Elinor D. Perry-Smith

Sorry to hear it. We chatted a couple of times. Such a positive man.

Jason West

How much is needed to have a plaque made Michael Peacock (My wife Bernardine and I were chatting to you there as you were quietly lighting a candle for him the other night?

Diana Petix ? Lyndhurst-St Giles Camberwell

So sad.Rest in peace xxxx ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

Alex Crawford ? New Cross Gate

Such a lovely tribute Michael. Thank you for sharing your memories. How sad he passed alone. xxx

Michael Peacock . Nunhed

Philip from Jamaica was a lovely guy.

The bench seen here was always his spot.

I always made time to sit and chat with this lovely guy when I passed by, quite often he would give me some cigars, remember once he had a box of Cubans and still shared some with me.

Philip was a big fan of 'Elvis From Nunhead' and recall him dancing as only Philip could dance to the King.

Had seen Philip on the Green for years, however I only really got to know this guy after the start of my slow journey to recovery which started in June 2020.

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