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Winter Newsletter from the SS Robin
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A New Future for the Robin...

 

We’re pleased to announce a new long term future for the SS Robin at Trinity Buoy Wharf, close to where she was built in 1890.
 
Urban Space Management (leaseholders of Trinity Buoy Wharf) have agreed to maintain the SS Robin and to make her story more accessible to the public alongside the other important ships and cultural activity already at Trinity Buoy Wharf. A ship’s keeper will look after the Robin, along with the other historic ships at Trinity Buoy Wharf (the Knocker White and Varlet from the Museum of London are there already). 
 
 Eric Reynolds, founding director of Urban Space Management, has become the new Chairman of the SS Robin Trust, and is taking on the Robin for the future. We’re still working on the best place for the Robin at Trinity Buoy Wharf, hopefully on land next to the Thames.

See more here: 
http://www.trinitybuoywharf.com/news/article/ss-robin-to-return-to-the-site-she-was-built-in-1890
The Robin being moved in November for filming of Paddington 2 (thanks to Andrew Christy for the photo)
Knocker White and Varlet, other historic London built ships at Trinity Buoy Wharf
Coming up...
We’ve also got the Maritime Volunteer Service (http://www.mvslondon.org.uk/ ) along to the office on Saturday the 11th of February (around 11AM) and Monday the 13th (around 07:30 PM) for a couple of recruiting sessions and a ship tour. Please say if you'd like to come along.
As always, you can contact
the team at

info@ssrobin.com
0207 998 1343

The SS Robin Trust
2d/2e Royal Victoria Place
London E16 1UQ


registered charity 1095884






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