Grossman tries new recipe to preserve old churches
PUBLISHED: 14:52 24 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:43 05 October 2010
THE distinctive voice of TV personality Loyd Grossman rang through St George’s Lutheran church in London’s East End. He was at the German church in Whitechapel’s Alie Street to give a talk about the work of the Churches Conservation Trust as its chairman
THE distinctive voice of TV personality Loyd Grossman rang through St George's Lutheran church in London's East End.
The former presenter of Masterchef and Through the Keyhole was at the German church in Whitechapel's Alie Street to give a talk about the work of the Churches Conservation Trust.
Grossman is chairman of the trust which conserves historic parish churches that are no longer used for regular worship.
The journalist, broadcaster and gastronome chatted with audience members over a glass of wine before starting his lecture in the oldest surviving Lutheran church in Britain.
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