• Dr Hannah Billig set up as a family GP in Cable Street in 1927. Her dedication to her work and her patients made her one of the best known and highly respected doctors in what was one of the poorest neighbourhoods in the East End of London. The booklet is not digitally available, sorry. See full description below.
  • An anthology of 37 poems by the Cemetery Park's former poet in residence, Nelson Brooks. Free download, there will be a link to a pdf on the confirmation page, you will not receive an email. In 2018 The Friends commissioned Nelson Brooks to write twelve poems celebrating and exploring the many facets of the Cemetery Park, one for each month of the year. Four years on we're very happy to celebrate the residency with a concluding anthology. The poems speak of nature, history, remembrance and community, but mostly they Nelson’s reflections on a place he has grown to love.
  • Go on an Easter scavenger hunt! Free download, there will be a link to a pdf on the confirmation page, you will not receive an email. Look all around you as you walk through Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. Take a photo or draw a picture of the things you find! Share your creations on your family's social media and tag us @fothcp #SpringatTHCP #THCPScavengerHunt.

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