Hatfield man taking to the Trafalgar Square plinth today

AN ALZHEIMER'S research campaigner will take to The Fourth Plinth on Trafalgar Square today in memory of his grandmother, who died with the disease. Tom Giblenn, originally from Hatfield, is one of the 2,400 lucky plinthers who will occupy the spot at the

AN ALZHEIMER'S research campaigner will take to The Fourth Plinth on Trafalgar Square today in memory of his grandmother, who died with the disease.

Tom Giblenn, originally from Hatfield, is one of the 2,400 lucky plinthers who will occupy the spot at the north-west corner of Trafalgar Square over the 100 days of artist Antony Gormley's remarkable installation project One & Other living monument.

Tom was selected from over 34,000 applicants and even won the prime 4pm Friday slot, so he decided to make his time worthwhile by remembering his WGC grandmother Eileen Jordan and support the Alzheimer's Research Trust.


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