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These are extraordinary times.
 
As you might have seen, The London Society has cancelled all events for the next three months. We will run a new programme as soon as it is safe and practicable to do so, but at present we have no way of knowing when that might be.
 
In the mean time, we shall publish more on the blog, send out e-newsletters with links to interesting articles, and investigate other ways in which we can bring the debate about London’s built environment to you. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for other updates, stories, book reviews and links.
 
How you can help
These are worrying times for small businesses and not-for-profits such as The London Society. Our income from events will obviously be zero for the foreseeable future; we could save money by laying off our three part-time employees, but we do not want to do this.
 
We will be dependent on membership income, sponsorships and donations so:
  • If you are a member of the Society, please renew your membership when it becomes due. You will receive an email at the appropriate time, but if you want to renew early, go here and log in with your email address
  • Make a donation here – even just a few pounds will help us through.
  • If you’re not a member, join here. We’ll send you a copy of the new London Society Journal – a great read when you’re stuck at home
  • Become a corporate supporter. If your business wants to help the Society survive and prosper, please email for details.
  • Buy the Journal – over 100 pages of great writing and photography. Out now.
 
And if you’re stuck at home and want something to occupy yourself, why not write for our blog? What’s your favourite or least-favourite building? Which planning proposals are you for or against? Which lesser-known architects should be celebrated? How do we build a better London? Your opinions matter, so let’s get this debate started. Drop our director a line if you’re interested in contributing.
 
When we’re through all this we shall have an event – a party, a talk, a happening – that will be free to all members and supporters. Let’s hope that that date is not too far in the future.

With best wishes,

Peter Murray
Chairman of The London Society
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