Wild Walls London
Tuesday 16 September 8 pm (doors open 7:45 pm) FREE entry
Mayfield House was designed by Kenneth Wakeford, Jerram and Harris in 1960 for Tower Hamlets and completed in 1965. It comprises flats and on the ground floor, which is linked to York Hall baths, a record library, now the Somali centre, and a launderette, still in use, and at the south end a raised glass-walled community centre.
How to get there ?
Mayfield House is on the Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, E2 at the junction with Old Ford Road opposite the Museum of Childhood. The nearset tube station is Bethnal Green (Central). The festival venue is the glass-walled community centre on the first floor at the south end of the building. The main door will be signed and staffed by festival stewards. There is limited capacity at this event.
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'Housing Problems' by Edgar Anstey and Arthur Elton (1935)
'Kensal House' by Frank Sainsbury (1937)
'Twelve Views of Kensal House' by Peter Wyeth (1987)
'Blight' by John Smith (1996)
'Together' by Lorenza Mazzetti (1955)
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Thanks to Tower Hamlets Housing and Mayfield House residents.
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