So what is a Story Bike Taxi and why does the Museum have one? Its a passenger electric bike – a fun sociable way of getting around, and we intend it to be a hyperlocal Somers Town service decorated in local histories style! Well, as anyone living in Somers Town knows, transport disruptions are common… Continue reading Story Bike Taxi
We’re bringing to life in 3D form the ‘lost art’ of St Pancras Housing.
We held an all-female panel about the pioneering women who created much of the social housing in Somers Town …
After a summer of rail strikes, an Avanti train has been named after Asquith Xavier, a man whose determination to get equal rights for black workers…
Untold Stories is a new artwork for Somers Town will ‘re-create’ aspect of its social housing history its missing heritage: beautiful ceramics by Gilbert Bayes, now many are lost.
We’re proud to take part in Open House London 2023 with a wealth of events, free and radical and a special Women in Social housing & Architecture Panel Discussion.
Event casts a light on conditions of the poor in St Pancras… rent rises by Kensington landlords to Notice to quit – life was on an edge.
A great opportunity for a creative, outgoing, marketing focused person to develop a market offering.A chance to develop a new service from grounds up.Your ideas welcome and encouraged! Learn skills of sales, engagement, screen printing and about upcycling, and refill. Learn great radical histories and help make Camden Sustainable through the Refill station and upcycling,… Continue reading Job: Creative service promoter
A unique event with ex-firefighter Micheal Pinchon took us to the Grade 2 listed Euston Fire Station
London icon and institution Robert Elms interviewed the People’s Museum about stolen working class art from St Pancras Housing, and the quest to save this stolen Somers Town art by Gilbert Bayes. Founder Diana Foster and guide Steve McCarthy were up bright and early to go to the BBC, where they managed to get photos… Continue reading BBC interviews People’s Museum