Alongside the launch of the new mobile phone app, Sara Carneholm has designed a new fold out map. Available from Vestry House Museum, William Morris Gallery, the Mill and several local cafes. Thanks to Jo Parker for the photo.
As part of the Ex-Warner Project, we created an mobile phone and tablet walking tour app. The free app, is available for both iPhone and Android phones. It includes three different walking tours around the former Warner estates in Walthamstow and Leyton. The walks are based on walks given by […]
Yesterday we had a tea party at Vestry House Museum for current and former Warner residents. It was incredibly busy! The longest resident had lived in a Warner property for over 80 years, and the newest for only 8 months. One woman had come all the way up from Petersfield and brought […]
After many months of hard work by artists and volunteers, WE: The Ex Warner Estate in Waltham Forest opened to the public on 28 October. The private view was packed with former and current residents of the estate, local residents and artists. Lucy and Katherine gave a speech, along with […]
After three days of painting, measuring and hanging the exhibition is starting to take shape! We have a lovely team of volunteers who have worked so hard to help! Thank you to them all.
Thanks very much to Time Out for their amazing recommendation this week and to the Guardian for their beautiful photo gallery today!
Thanks to Jo Good on BBC Radio London this afternoon for having Katherine Green on to talk about the upcoming WE exhibition at Vestry House Museum. During the show Jo got loads of calls and texts from Ex Warner residents sharing their memories! You can listen again online at the […]
Today we received more fantastic photos from a family who are now in Chepstow but previously lived in 232 Markhouse Road. Susan’s father was a photographer and used to develop his own photos in the bathroom of their flat. By the time we received these we had already finalised and […]
Thanks very much to Kashmira Gander for the article and photo gallery in today’s Independent.
Thanks very much to Richard Morrison for the great article in the Arts page of The Times today. If you’re not a Times subscriber you can access two articles a month for free if you sign up.