Two Temple Place Outing

Join SLT for a guided tour of this spectacular neo-Gothic mansion near Victoria Embankment and take in the new exhibition John Ruskin: The Power of Seeing.

Two Temple Place is one of London’s most prestigious venues, dedicated to promoting culture and philanthropy.

When: Thursday 21st March.

Book: On 020 7713 9304 or, stating your borough of residence.

Cost: Free, but donations welcome.

Canal Museum Outing

Discover the history of London’s canals with SLT as we visit the London Canal Museum.

At the London Canal Museum you can see inside a narrowboat cabin, learn about the history of London’s canals. Discover the cargoes carried, the people who lived and worked on the waterways, and the horses that pulled their boats.

This unique waterways museum is housed in a former ice warehouse built in about 1862-3 for Carlo Gatti, the famous ice cream maker, and features the history of the ice trade and ice cream as well as the canals.

When: Tuesday 26th February.

Book: On 020 7713 9304 or, stating your borough of residence.

Cost: Free, but donations welcome.


London’s River History

How many stories about the Thames can we fit into forty-five minutes?

Bridge painters, riding the rapids, toll collectors, mudlarkers and multi-storey homes for horses. There’s so much to talk about.

Presented by Rob Kayne.

Cost: Free, but donations welcome.

No booking required- just turn up.

Music notes


ChrisAnna are a guitar and vocal duo who perform a wide range of music from love ballads to rock songs with a delightful acoustic twist.

The pure, angelic voice of Anna is perfectly complemented by the skilful guitar work of Chris, who also takes some solo numbers.

Cost: Free, but donations welcome.

No booking required- just turn up.


The BMJ Band

Sing and dance along to songs from the 60s to the noughties performed by the superb staff band of the British Medical Journal.

Cost: Free, but donations welcome.

No booking required- just turn up.


Tokens in Tesco

We’re in Tesco! Every Tesco in Islington has a donation box where shoppers can drop tokens in support of Stuart Low Trust. 

Tokens are given out at the checkout and can be dropped in the slot marked with our name. At the end of February, the tokens will be counted and the trust will receive a donation. The more tokens shoppers drop in the boxes, the better our chance of a bigger donation.  

Our Friday Night Event volunteer, Brian, tells us how easy it is to donate to SLT through Tesco’s Bags of Help Scheme.

“It’s as easy as 123, ABC! Just ask for a token at the checkout, when you are paying for your shopping and then find the Bags of Help donation box and drop it in the slot that says Stuart Low Trust.”

“Tesco are very supportive of The Stuart Low Trust. We have been shopping there for many years for our Friday Evening Events. It’s wonderful to be supported by a national business, locally,” said Hannah Kalmanowitz, Chief Executive of SLT.   

Bags of Help runs until February 28th 2019 so get donating!  

Find out more about this initiative here: