|Get a team together and join us for a pub quiz on the 3rd at the Prince pub, N16 0EB! Prizes include a meal at the Prince, and gifts from the Pressure Drop Brewery as well as 2 tickets for Abney Park’s upcoming summer theatre performance.
Abney Park Trust are delighted to have runners in the London Marathon on April 28th to fundraise for our memorial restoration projects. We would like to thank Jim Grice and William Deamer who have both generously agreed to run for us and are training hard.
The restoration projects were voted for by visitors at our last Fayre and include cleaning the large Celtic cross at Abney House corner, or repairing the broken sarcophagus near the Church St entrance.
Please support our runners by coming to the pub quiz – or if you can’t come you can donate directly through their fundraising pages, see below
Abney Park really appreciates their energy and we wish them luck!
Jim is a journalist and lecturer who has lived in the area for more than 20 years and was a trustee for the original Stoke Newington Festival. He is a keen runner, and has completed a dozen half marathons, but this is the first time he has taken on the full 26.2 miles. Jim is looking forward to the challenge (mostly!), and also hopefully raising a decent amount of money for Abney Park Trust to help preserve its history and keep it as a public asset for all Stokey residents to continue to enjoy.
See here to support Jim and to make a donation.
“Abney Park was the first community gem that I visited when I moved from Preston to London and I’ve visited regularly since. What Abney has shown me is the importance of these places in the community, especially when moving to a new one. Seeing what this kind of place means to local users, and visitor’s from afar – I’d love to help to protect and preserve what I can, how I can.”
See here to support William and to make a donation.
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