Blackpool Civic Trust

Gallery of Blue Plaques in Blackpool: M to R

Below is a list of Blue Plaques beginning with M to R.

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Marton Parish Church Hall and Marton Amateur Operatic Society

A blue plaque sponsored by the former Marton Operatic Society was unveiled by the Mayor of Blackpool Cllr Amy Cross on 14th January, 2022. The plaque records the varied history of an important historical site in Marton.


Unveiling of Blue Plaque for Marton Amateur Operetic Society, Blackpool


Masonic Hall

Adelaide Street / South King Street junction, near the back of the Winter Gardens.

Mitre Inn

West Street, off the promenade between North Pier and the Tower.

Municipal Buildings

Market Street next to the Town Hall.


Nolan Family

The Blue Plaque for the Nolan Family at the Cliffs Hotel in Blackpool, North Shore, where they were first discovered in 1973.

Blue Plaque for the Nolan Family at the Cliffs Hotel Blackpool October 2023






North Pier

The plaque is missing.

North Station

The original station was on the site of Wilkinson's Store and the plaque is in their entrance.

Old Coach House

50 Dean Street. Almost opposite South Pier.

Old No 3 and Didsbury Hotel

The plaque is missing.

Old Post Office

57/59 Church Street at Beaverbrook's Jewellers.

Oxford Hotel and Marton Windmill

Aldi, Oxford Square. Unveiled 19th November 2015.

Blue Plaque, Oxford Hotel, Marton Windmill, Blackpool


Parish Church of St John

St John's Square, Church Street.

Princess Parade

In front of the Metropole Hotel near North Pier.

Queen Vera Road

At the rear of Abingdon Street Market opposite the Cedar Tavern.

Raikes Hall

Junction of Liverpool Road and Leamington Road.

Railway Hotel

The plaque is missing.

Revoe Library

Central Drive / Grasmere Road junction.

Richmond Villa

253 Whitegate Drive, Preston New Road end. Leased as Marton Telephone Exchange from 1930 to 1959.

Robert's Oyster Rooms

Promenade / West Street junction. South of North Pier.


Robinson, John Charles (new in 2022)


John Charles Robinson was Borough Architect from 1920 to 1944. He was responsible for several art deco style buildings in Blackpool.

John Charles Robinson, Chief Architect Blackpool 1920-1944 Blue Plaque

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