Our Story so Far
In response to research and conversations in the local community, a project was co-designed which has created five exciting new community spaces: Yurt Cafe, Reflective Space, Artist Studios and the Community Hub. You can read about the setup of the project and the opening event with Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs on our blog.
In our first six months we made over 600 new connections with local people, co-created 17 community projects, hosted over 20 events and served over 11,000 cups of coffee in our Yurt Cafe!
Over the next two years we’re hoping to foster hundreds of further connections, co-create more projects & events and we’d love for you to be involved!
How to get involved
Please visit our Projects and Events pages for information about our current programme and how to get involved. If you have an idea for a community project or would like to help out at the Precinct in some way please get in touch.
The Royal Foundation of St. Katharine is working on plans for permanent development of its land on Butcher Row to further its charitable aims. The Precinct Project is the first phase of this work – creating connections, testing ideas and spaces for the long term development.
The following video, much of which was shot at the Precinct and features former members of staff, encapsulates much of what we want to achieve in helping the community around East London.