Tales of Three Generations of Bengalis in Britain: Oral History & Socio-Cultural Heritage Project's Learning Pack and Website launch

There will be a presentation by Lee Jerome & Bhavini Algarra, authors of the Learning Pack and John Pulman, webmaster. The launch will be followed by a performance by Suzana Ansar, a British Bengali and an interviewee of the project.
Light refreshments will be served.

Ansar Ahmed Ullah                            Prof. John Eade
Chairperson                                     Executive Director
Swadhinata Trust                             CRONEM
Nirmul Committee                              University of Surrey

RSVP Tel 07956 890689, 07908 376252 or 07958 325826

How to get to Toynbee Hall
Road:  Toynbee Hall is in London’s East End yet only a short walk from the City. Just round the corner from Aldgate East station (London Underground). Ten minutes walk from Liverpool Street station (London Underground and mainline railway) Close to WhitechapelArtGallery, LondonGuildhallUniversity and Brick Lane.
There is unloading space via the rear entrance in Gunthorpe Street. A very limited number of parking spaces can be arranged for the disabled.
Parking:  Convenient multi-storey NCP car parks are located at:
Commercial Street ; Middlesex Street; Shoreditch High Street
Aldgate East        District, Hammersmith & City lines (2 minute walk approx.)
Aldgate                 Metropolitan/Circle lines (5 minute walk approx.)
Liverpool Street   Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Central and
mainline services (10 minute walk approx.)
Nos 15, 25, 115 & 253 pass the bottom of Commercial Street along Whitechapel High Street
No 67 from Stoke Newington/Stamford Hill via Dalston & Shoreditch stops on
Commercial Street outside Toynbee Hall
Nos 40, 42, 78 & 100 stop at Aldgate
Nos 8, 26, 35, 43, 47, 48, 78, 149, 242 stop on Bishopsgate
Nos 11, 23, 42, 133, 141, 214, 271 & 344 terminate outside Liverpool Street Station

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