Tower Hamlets remembers
During October 2021 there was a series of public events across Tower Hamlets that paid tribute to those who had died of Covid and celebrated the response of Tower Hamlets residents and partners, and the strength of our community.
Keep scrolling for more information.
Tress were planted in ten of our parks, your nearest tree can be found below.
- Alton Street Open Space
- Brickfield Gardens
- Langdon Park
- Meath Gardens
- Millwall Park
- Ravenscroft Gardens
- Sir John McDougall Gardens
- Swedenborg Gardens
- The Hub, Victoria Park
- Whitehorse Open Space
Making history: documenting coronavirus in the East End
Don't miss your opportunity to tell us about your experience of Covid-19.
We are inviting memories to add to our archive — this project started in June 2020 and closes at midnight on 31 December 2021.
To learn more and take part, click the following link:
Remember in your own way
We are encouraging residents to remember in their own way and share this with us.
Send your memories to us using the above link to our Coronavirus Collection and post to social media using the hashtag #THRemembers.
Book of remembrance
Our borough, like many communities, experienced a tragic amount of deaths from Covid-19.
To coincide with the anniversary of lockdown, we are launching a Book of Remembrance for residents.
You can leave tributes to remember and celebrate the lives of family members, friends and colleagues lost in the pandemic.
Leave your tribute.