Toynbee Hall reopens its doors to the public

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Toynbee Hall reopens its doors to the public

After three years of renovation work, part funded by the Heritage Lottery fund, Toynbee Hall opens it’s doors to the public as part of Open House London, the worlds largest architecture festival.

The Charity has returned to it's original East End home and for the first time the building will include a new, free and permanent exhibition showcasing stories of social action from across its 134 years of history.

Members of the public will be able to see inside the Grade II listed building which boasts former residents William Beveridge and Clement Attlee.

Toynbee Hall aims to inspire future generations to challenge inequality and social injustice in East London and beyond.



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