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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
21st March 1968 Hill, Hawkins and Coghill's musical premieres in London
21st March 1963 David Hendon and Douglas Cross' musical premieres in London
21st March 1958 Actor Gary Oldman was born in New Cross, London.
21st March 1925 Born today: Peter Brook, London, director (1776)/TV writer
21st March 1888 Arthur Pinero's Sweet Lavender, premieres in London
21st March 1853 Alfred Cops, zookeeper at the Tower of London, died at the Tower of London 18 years after his menagerie closed.
21st March 1681 3rd Exclusion Parliament meets in London
Martin Peters lived here
The childhood home of West Ham footballer Martin Peters.
Location: 103 Raydons Road, Becontree
Description: This is the childhood home of celebrated member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team, Martin Peters.
He was was born in Plaistow in 1943 and moved here to Dagenham as a child, attending local Fanshawe School.
No doubt he played football in the park across the main road dreaming of scoring in a World Cup Final!
During his career the midfielder played for West Ham (302 games), Tottenham Hotspur (189 games), Norwich City (206 games), and Sheffield United (24 games) where he also briefly managed.
Martin was capped 67 times for England, and scored Englands second goal in the victorious 1966 World Cup Final.
He was appointed MBE in 1978.