St Pancras Clocktower, a community asset

clocktowerLocal activist Peter Tompkins owns St Pancras Clocktower and wants it to be used as a community asset. The stunning flat is ideal for smaller management committee or working group meetings. It’s a wonderful place to brainstorm and make plans.

Aside from being Peter’s home, which he also rents out from time to time, the flat includes a space ideal for small meetings complete with kitchen and breakout areas. If you belong to a community group in King’s Cross and are in need of quiet, inspiring surroundings for your next meeting this is just the space for you.

clocktower2I was gobsmacked when Peter showed me round. I’ve always dreamed of winning the lottery and setting up a community space, but I never dreamed a space like this one would be made available for just that purpose. Peter may not have won the lottery but he did make good money as an actuary in the 90s when pensions work abounded. He put the money into buying, styling and furnishing the flat and now wants it to be used by our community.

clocktower3If you want to book the space for a King’s Cross based community group contact Peter directly, don’t go through the various sites that list the flat for rent.

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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