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Come to a Workshop on Somers Town

Join us for a Workshop! A Co-Design Workshop on heritage of Somers Town If you are passionate about the area, please join us. Creative souls welcome! You can take part. November 20th 7-9pm  PART 1. 7-8pm What would you conserve? 3 presentations of 5 mins each followed by activities PART 2: 8-9pm What would a museum have? […]

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Old Songs – singalong! Sunday

Children outside an old pub in slum.

This Sunday join us in a singalong. Do you remember the old Somers Town songs? Come and sing them this Sunday. Have a knees up with a singalong from ‘The Barrowboys‘. We’d like to record the songs for posterity. Sunday 7 October 3pm-5pm, Free Coopers Lane Tenants Hall Hampden Close London NW1 1HW Origin,Ageing Better, […]

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Talk on Basil Jellicoe

Children outside an old pub in slum.

A Local hero! Basil Jellicoe, father of the slum clearance. An illustrated historical talk by Paul Shaw, Archivist, St Mary’s Convent, Brentford Tuesday 4 September 2018 at 7.15pm  (Doors open at 6.45pm) Venue: Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre Admission Free Holboran Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre 32-38 Theobalds Road London WC1X 8PA Info here […]

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Mary Wollstonecraft Open Weekend

Celebrating the life of Mary Wollstonecraft in the ancient parish church of St. Pancras Old Church Art Exhibition inspired by her life / Churchyard tours / Talks on Wollstonecraft in London / Homemade cakes and tea Mary Wollstonecraft the 18th Century radical writer and feminist was married in St Pancras Old Church, lived in the Parish […]

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Event on Women of Somers Town

Hall at meeting.

Two great speakers on women connected to Somers Town, starting with Mary Wollstonecraft and the history of voting rights for men and women by Deborah Lavin – the distinction between Suffragettes and Suffragists was made clear. Esther Leslie make interesting links to an early activist who got women sewing and involved, the Folk Dance society, […]

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