Neighbours choose Tower of London for their new street mosaic in Whitechapel
PUBLISHED: 10:00 30 April 2019
A new mosaic unveiled this week in Whitechapel created by the public features a collage of famous landmarks like the Tower of London.
It has scenes chosen to show the heritage of the East End and the multicultural nature of its population, as well as the DLR logo.
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The mosaic was unveiled on Saturday by the of Tower Hamlets mayor John Biggs in the grounds of the new 'community hub' in Christian Street, off Commercial Road, one of three artworks created by a 'society links' project being paid for out of the council's planning levies.
“This helps bring neighbours together,” the mayor said. “The mosaic project has helped them form lasting friendships as well as creating an attractive display which brightens up the neighbourhood.”
The mosaic is set into the paving next to Rope Walk Gardens. Its unveiling was part of Saturday's community fun day with a barbecue and street performances by Wapping's Pollyanna drama company.
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