Event: Keeping the Door Open: St. Martin’s and London’s Homeless in the 20th Century

Join us for a fascinating look into the archives of St Martin’s to discover more about the church’s relationship with the homeless.

Wednesday 13th February at 6pm-8pm

The Activity Room at The Connection at St Martin’s, 12 Adelaide Street, London WC2N 4HW

Tickets £10 (including a drink) available from Eventbrite or please call the Events team on 020 766 5555

We look forward to seeing you there.

Peter Wood
Our speaker Peter Wood has a Phd in peasant revolution in Eastern Europe. He has worked in central government for 25 years, followed by a period in the private sector. Most recently he was Chief Executive of the 999 Club, an organisation working with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in South East London. He is a trustee of a homelessness organisation in Islington and Chair of Governors of a maintained nursery school in Lewisham. He is writing a book about 100 years of homelessness in Central London.