Despite public opposition, widespread coverage and the outcry of all the significant heritage bodies, Sainsbury’s are pushing ahead with their plans for a twenty-eight storey tower of luxury flats overshadowing the historic Grade I listed Trinity Green Almshouses in Whitechapel
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The Friends of Trinity Green are staging a fundraising dinner on Friday 2nd December cooked by Oliver Rowe, acclaimed chef & star of BBC2′s The Urban Chef, in the beautiful panelled chapel at Trinity Green which has never before hosted such an event. This candlelit evening will include a three course seasonal meal inspired by Oliver’s new book, Food for All Seasons. The Friends of Trinity Green are inviting a donation of £300 per guest towards their legal fighting fund to stop Sainsbury’s. If you wish to attend, please email [email protected] to reserve your place.
The proposed Sainsbury’s tower of luxury flats (as tall as Centrepoint) overshadowing Trinity Green
The Chapel at Trinity Green
Celebrated chef Oliver Rowe will be cooking a candlelit seasonal dinner in the chapel on Friday 2nd December to raise money for the fighting fund to stop Sainsbury’s and Save Trinity Green.
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