Mark Glazebrook

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The Independent Online

Mark Glazebrook's contribution to Bedford Park (from his E. J. May, not Norman Shaw, house) went further than raising money for the church (Obituary, 26 November 2009), writes Dr D. W. Budworth.

The art exhibition of which he was the principal organiser for the first Bedford Park Festival in 1967 also provided the platform for an architectural exhibition, the work of the late T. A. Greeves, which was the trigger for the listing of most of the houses, and thus starting the regeneration of a run-down suburb.