Latest photographs from inside the Newington Green Meeting House

We’re delighted to share with you some wonderful photographs taken by our heritage project rapporteur, Marcus Duran.

This work was carried out in a Covid-secure manner.

The interpretation inside the Meeting House.

The “interpretation” is the name for the information boards placed up around the building. We’re delighted to say they’re now almost all in place and ready to go.

The interpretation inside the building.

A bust of Mary Wollstonecraft, by Jenny Littlewood.

The bust of Mary Wollstonecraft, by Jenny Littlewood, takes pride of place in the Mary Wollstonecraft room on the top floor.

Bust of Mary alongside the Black Germany exhibition.

The bust of Mary currently sits alongside the Black Germany exhibition.

The new kitchen on the ground floor.

The new kitchen on the ground floor.

The wooden staircases.

The wooden staircases have been protected and looked after during the works.

Stairs to the Mary Wollstonecraft room.

We’re looking forward to having congregants, volunteers, project partners and members of the public in to visit once the lockdown is over.

 

Comments about this page

  • Thank you for your comment, Jacquie. We can’t wait to welcome visitors to the Meeting House when it is all safe!

    By Lucy (15/02/2021)
  • I’ve often wondered what the inside looked like, thank you for posting them.

    By Jacquie Verbeek (29/01/2021)

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