The plaque is located on a ground floor wall adjacent to the first entrance to Mulvany Court - a new housing and office development on Cumberland Road, between the railway line and part of Victoria Road North.

Memorial at Mulvany Court
Laid in honour of
Dr Una Mary Mulvany MBE
(1890 - 1987)
on 27th May 2008
Who showed great courage during
World War II risking her life during
the raids over the city to attend to
the injured of Fratton

Further Information
Dr Una Mary Mulvany was awarded the MBE for her services on duty at the first aid post during every raid on Portsmouth during World War II. She is commemorated in this plaque and in "The Smitten City", an account of the destruction of Portsmouth during the war as published by The News. Further details can be found at our sister site History in Portsmouth