“Our battle to Save Hackney Wick Artist warehouse community is at a crucial point!” said a spokesperson for the Save Hackney Wick campaign just now. Vyner Street has all gone now, we’re losing our art spaces on a weekly basis, the creative lifeblood is being drained from the capital city and especially over here in the East, we lost the fight for our street (without much of a fight, from anyone but us), we all need to stand up for this one. 588 more words
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Nestled amongst the Bow Back Rivers, Pudding Mill Lane provides a nostalgic view of East London’s past and a worrying look at its future.
Clearly enjoying the Borough’s delights too much, I decided to head back to Newham for the second consecutive week to discover the wonders of Pudding Mill Lane. 1,264 more words
Less than two years ago, Hackney Wick FC didn’t exist. One man, ex semi-professional footballer Bobby Kasanga, formed the idea to create a football club while campaigning to get more recognition for non-league football, where he came across many disgruntled players on Hackney Marshes who complained about the long distances they had to travel in order to play football at a competitive level. 454 more words
A couple of weeks back saw Pang – who is sadly no longer London based – return for a visit and hit up Hackney Wick to paint this funky fusion of styles with Graffiti Writer Seeds One along the canal. 121 more words
Last week saw another flyby visit from Broken Fingaz crew members Tant and Unga who whilst over left London with two little works to remember them by. 197 more words