Voted ‘best Modern Church built in the UK’ in 2013, St Paul’s Church, Bow Common is internationally recognized as a building of historical and cultural significance. With generous funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, St Paul’s Church has not only been able to secure the building structurally with desperately needed building works, but has been successful in deepening hundreds of people’s engagement with the heritage of this special building.
This was accomplished through a series of Heritage Engagement events throughout 2015 and early 2016.
The creative workshop hosted by the local charity Stitches in Time drew a variety of people.
|Open House Weekend September 2016|
• The Open House Weekend in September was the most popularly attended, with the attendance of 240 people
what we learned from the Heritage Awareness Raising programme 2015-16
|Ralph Beyer Lecture|
Local Lettering expert gave an insightful talk about the work of Ralph Beyer
|Schools Art project - the scaffolding Banner|
The local school creative art project which enabled local children to find out more about the architecture of the church as well as promoting the significance of the building.
|Twentieth Century Society and NCT event|
Experts in 20thC and Church archtecture came together in this special event to celebrate Maguire and Murray's seminal church