A look back at the Cubitt brothers, Thomas (1788–1855; grave 649, square 48), William, and Lewis and their work in London in the 19th century. Two, Thomas and William, had extensive works at separate Thameside locations, demonstrating the importance of the Thames to London’s growth. They would use riverside locations in central London to not only contribute to, but also showcase Britain's expanding Empire through docks and warehouses and prestigious commercial edifices.
When: Saturday 19 October 2019 from 2:30pm
Where: Chatsworth Baptist Church, Chatsworth Way (off Norwood Road), SE27 (enter by second door on right in Idmiston Road).
No formal charge, but donations of £1 per person (50p concessions) to help cover costs and aid conservation work are appreciated.
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