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Thames Festival Trust relocates to Trinity Buoy Wharf

16 December 2020

24 years on the South Bank ends, a new era at Trinity Buoy Wharf begins!

Ever since launching in 1997 with a Guinness World Record setting tight rope walk across the Thames, Thames Festival Trust has been connected to London’s Southbank. Delivering a wide selection of education and heritage events and projects across the world such as Rivers of the World, Foragers of the Foreshore and Life Afloat as well as the yearly festival Totally Thames.

Partnering early on with Coin Street Community Builders, the organisation has worked within their buildings, specifically over the past decade in the Bargehouse at OXO Tower Wharf.

New home at Trinity Buoy Wharf

A new decade brings new adventures and the Thames Festival Trust team are excited to embark on a journey to London’s Docklands making Trinity Buoy Wharf their new base.

We are delighted to see that the recognition of the flow of London’s cultural heart towards the East continues with the move of the Thames Festival Trust to Trinity Buoy Wharf. A rising tide lifts all boats and in this case all festivals

— Eric Reynolds, Founding Director of Urban Space Management who manages Trinity Buoy Wharf

Learn more about the Thames Festival Trust here.

Image: Thames Festival Trust

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