STEEPED IN HERITAGE
The building was first constructed in 1883-4 on a site given by the Bishop of London. By 1894, it had become a space for community projects for the ministry of St John the Evangelist Church, primarily as a Sunday School for the local children.
Community affectation for the space grew, and before long the Mission Hall had its own ministry established and thriving, primarily comprising the residents of the surrounding streets.
Eventually, following the roaring 20s, early depression of the 30s, and onset of WWII, the space evolved again to further meet the needs of the community and a workers club serving pints to the residents emerged.
Throughout the first half of the 20th century the congregation brought numerous social initiatives into the space, most notably a community kitchen, precisely located where our kitchen sits today.
By the 1960’s London was being reinvigorated as a cultural force. John Campbell - a local artist, set up shop constructing tapestry’s and scenic backdrops, for West End plays and musicals.
Since John’s departure in 2014, the building sat abandoned, awaiting its latest change. Today the Hall is a Grade II heritage listed site, and in 2019 work began to convert it into office space.
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7000 square ft spread across 3 floors of urban oasis, featuring 4 bespoke meeting rooms.
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