Launch of East End Preservation Society

 The East End Preservation Society has been set up in the wake of the recent demolition of Mother Levy’s Jewish Maternity Home and Poplar Employment Exchange and in the face of the recent plans to demolish the London Fruit and Wool Exchange and wartime “Mickey’s Shelter”,  The Gun public house, Barclay’s Bank and Dorset Street; also Cheviot House and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children.



The Society is being launched on Wednesday 27 November 2013 at 6.30pm 

At Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4QH


Local history groups, local heritage campaigners, Tower Hamlets history enthusiasts, are urged to come on Wednesday evening in support of East End Heritage.   


The Spitalfields Life blog has the details:


To join the campaign to Save the London Fruit and Wool Exchange:


For background on the lost Mother Levy’s:

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