Let’s restore important working class heritage: missing ‘art in everyday life’ to where it belongs – Somers Town / St Pancras. Gilbert Bayes’ ‘Art in everyday life’ was designed for housing estates. Sadly, many finials – details on top of drying posts – have gone – presumed stolen – over 80 are missing – many have been sold at auctions.
We need to replace those missing with replicas.
We have already raised some funds to help do so, can you help?
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Here are some images and a talk about Bayes and our campaign.
We held many events to campaign about Gilbert Bayes.
Here is a Camden History Society talk given Steve McCarthy, member of the Somers Town History Club and Hidden Walks Guide:
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