Irene Barclay – arguably the woman who made the housing in Somers Town has been shortlisted for a Blue Plaque by Historic England
We’ve launched our fundraising campaign for People’s Museum so please do Back our project on Spacehive
Please let all know – all we need is a “like”.Thanks for your support for our quest for a local ‘museum’! We’ve kicked off our project – have a look and please register to add “LIKE” to this page: www.spacehive.com/peoplesmuseumsomerstown big thank you for those who have done so!If you haven’t, please do – there’s a […]
Crowdfunding now. Like us on Space hive!
New project for 2021 Radical Screenprinting
We’re working with Edith Neville Primary School in 2021 on their local Citizen Programme co-curating an exhibition. As we are all in lockdown, the history club is starting a ‘Story hour‘. We have different themes: Housing and Basil Jellicoe Edith Neville Gilbert Bayes Art in everyday life Mary Wollstonecraft – Women and Education Elizabeth Garrett Anderson […]
Rimbaud and Verlaine, the ‘enfants terribles’ of French poetry, lived in Camden at No. 8 Royal College Street, a house campaigners are trying to save…
A great project for lockdown – Add your name to an artwork!
Photo Event coming up on January 19th – made of Somers Town
Our second publication Spirit! 02 100 years of Social Housing is now in national libraries. In depositing a copy at the British Library, (a legal requirement) we were told to send five copies to libraries such as Oxford University’s, because: The British Library cherry-picked your book for the 5-copy deposit… Your 5 copies are now […]