Stories from the docks
Dock Tales: Momtaz Begum-Hossain
Ever wondered what it’s like to take a dip in the docks, and what makes it the most exciting place to live in London? Local resident Momtaz shares her thoughts.
Dock Tales: Paul Foster
You’ve watched the planes take off and land by the docks, but what’s it like on the other side working at London City Airport? Paul explains.
Dock Tales: Marian Phillips
What were the docks like in the late 80s and early 90s? Marian has her fair share of anecdotes.
Dock Tales: Eric Reynolds
How did the last remaining complete steamship in the world end up at the Royal Docks? Eric explains.
Art & Culture
Call for Artists to lead online workshops!
In addition to the Join the Docks Autumn Programme, we are also programming a series of online creative workshops (which will be recorded) as a creative response to one of the trails or walks in our programme.
#KADheroes - Nominate Your Covid-19 heroes
Our friends at Keolis Amey Docklands (KAD) want to celebrate the invaluable contribution made by individuals or groups across our community during the coronavirus outbreak.
Art & Culture
Royal Albert Wharf’s rainbow bridge: because we’re in it together
Local resident Andrew Morris wanted to do something creative during lockdown. The resulting rainbow bridge, created with Bow Arts Trust, has become an inspiration.
How Queer Zine Library and Queer Newham are advocating for awareness, inclusion and support within the Royal Docks community
Message in a Bottle is a new project, which is part of our Join the Docks 2020 autumn programme where everyone is encouraged to create and submit a zine for an online exhibition