In this moving article in Red News, Tom Clare describes how a great project initiated by pupils and staff at Stretford High School led to blue commemorative plaques being placed on the digs of two of the Busby Babes: Tommy Taylor and Duncan Edwards.
At the time of the tragedy of the Munich disaster, Taylor was living at 22 Greatstone Road and Edwards’ digs were at 19 Gorse Avenue.
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The plaque on Edwards’ former home was unveiled by his former team mate Sir Bobby Charlton. International cricket umpire Dickie Bird, who had played football alongside his friend Tommy as a schoolboy in Barnsley, did the honours at Great Stone Road. The commemorations were reported by the Manchester Evening News.
A couple of days after the Red News article had found me via twitter, a tweet from @sportcloseup provided a reminder that Edwards would have been 75 on 1 October 2011. The sportcloseup website has information on memorials to Edwards both in Manchester and in his home town of Dudley.