• View from Rathbone Market
  • Ready for Everything Communities
  • Reception
  • Terrazzo mosaic floor
  • Crossover
  • Ceiling
  • Ceiling
  • Art Deco chandelier
  • Sketch of the building
  • Decorated for the local elections
  • Dancing every Saturday

105 Barking Road

Lewis Angell

place
105 Barking Road, E16 4HQ
info_outline
Partial disabled access, Toilets, Full disabled access, Refreshments
Victorian public hall with links to East London's suffragette and labour movements. Keir Hardie and Sylvia Pankhurst both spoke here. Features include a mosaic terrazzo floor and stained glass windows. Now home to charity Community Links.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–5pm

No access to ground floor or second floor offices and meeting rooms. (max visitors 100)

group
  • Bromley-by-Bow, Abbey Mills, Cody Dock and Community Links at 10am Starting at 10am at Bromley by Bow station, we will visit Abbey Mills and the River Lea, Cody Dock and end at Community Links at 12 noon.
  • Community Links to River Lea / Cody Dock / Abbey Mills at 2pm Starting at 2pm at Community Links we will visit the River Lea and Cody Dock and end at Abbey Mills at 4pm.
event
  • History of Canning Town Public Hall (exhibition)
  • Children activities (childrens' activity)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Pre-booking is required for this building

Prebook for tours only not building access

Design

Original design
Lewis Angell , 1894
Refurbishment
Richard Ellis, 1992
Type
Civic, Mixed use, Community/cultural
Period
Historical/contemporary, Victorian