London’s only Lighthouse – Tour with SAVE’s chair Eric Reynolds of Trinity Buoy Wharf 

London’s only Lighthouse – Tour with SAVE’s chair Eric Reynolds of Trinity Buoy Wharf 

Tuesday, 23rd July 2024 | 18:30 – 20:00  

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Join SAVE and Eric Reynolds for a tour of the successful revival of Trinity Buoy Wharf at the mount of the river Lea. Eric will take us on a tour of this vibrant hub, transformed from abandonment to a thriving centre for art, education, innovation and workspace, where restored historic buildings seamlessly blend with modern structures. See the iconic Experimental Lighthouse, where Michael Faraday conducted his optical experiments and discover the SS Robin, the world’s only surviving complete Victorian steamship, a symbol of maritime heritage.   

Eric Reynolds, is the founding director of Urban Space Management with 40 years’ experience in urban regeneration. His projects include Camden Lock Market, Spitalfields Market, Greenwich Market and the transformation of derelict Trinity Buoy Wharf. Eric is the chair of trustees at SAVE Britain’s Heritage and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Regeneration by Regeneration & Renewal in 2012. 

Tickets: Friends & Saviours £15 | General public £19 (incl. Eventbrite booking fee) 
Meet: outside the Orchard Cafe (E14 0JW) at 18:30 (please note the cafe closes at 16:00) 

Image:Trinity Buoy Wharf [Credit: Trinity Buoy Wharf]