Hub 67 is starting to actively engage with the locals now and planning to host several workshops for all ages. Moreover, it will be one of the venues to host the London Festival of Architecture and AHRC 10 Year Connected Communities Festival between 26-29 June. There will be an exhibition of architecture student design schemes based around Hackney Wick/Fish Island, mapping workshops, talks/debates and film screenings on theme of Creative Factories, Community Land Trusts and more. You can find further information about the festival here soon.
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Yesterday stated as a dark, rainy day but later in the afternoon it turned out to be very sunny and pleasant which made it possible to enjoy the gardening event at the Hub 67 even more. Hub 67 is the new focal point for residents, hosting events, classes and community groups in Hackney Wick. Groundwork community team and local residents helped to create small hubs of planting around the building followed by a lovely tea break and delicious cakes. Thanks to Sally Anthony, Manager at Hub 67, for her invite and being a great host.
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