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SS Robin: The Mother of Invention

SS Robin is a national treasure, built in 1890 at Thames Ironworks shipyard on the River Lea.

Silverton Quays

St James's Church Piccadilly London

AMP is working with the rector Lucy Winkett and her team at St James Picadilly to help re order the cafe and suite of church buildings

Silverton Quays

Silvertown Quays

Silvertown is where London can be on fast forward.

Silverton Quays Business Support to Health Centres-BIG Lottery

Business Support to Health Centres-BIG Lottery

Making social enterprises sustainable

One Church 100 Uses

One Church 100 Uses

Creating dynamic roles for underused church buildings.

St Paul's Way

St Paul’s Way

Making an integrated approach work on a single street.

Water City

Water City

A grand vision for East London.

Corporate Social Opportunity

Andrew likens successful business to “a sticky ball”.

Corporate Social Opportunity

Public speaking, coaching, conferences

Andrew is a charismatic and inspiring speaker.

Public speaking, coaching, conferences

Poplar HARCA

A £300m community run housing association

Poplar HARCA

Leaside Regeneration

Regenerating the Lower Lea Valley

Leaside Regeneration

CAN

Offering business support to the third sector

CAN

LLDC

Managing the Olympic Park for the next 25 years

LLDC

Stanton Guildhouse

Grade II listed conference centre

Stanton Guildhouse

Brian Cox Science Summer School

St Paul’s Way Trust School

Brian Cox Science Summer School

The Great Banquet

Celebrating London's rich diversity

The Great Banquet

East Ham Town Centre

We are working to help redevelop the East Ham Market Hall.

East Ham Town Centre

The Great Banquet

In 1995, over the Pentecost weekend, Andrew brought together the London Banquet. The occasion was planned for two years: it aimed to bring together people of London in ways that symbolise important Christian truths. At one level, the participants explored the rich diversity of London. At another level, they were reminded that "ecumenical" is not about relations between churches - it is about the "oikoumene", the whole of God's inhabited earth.

The banquet was mainly a lot of fun, and wore its symbolism lightly. Thousands of people attended 200 feasts, acting out the great variety of London life. One group of people ate their way across Poplar. A very special group of children at the Mildmay Mission Hospital shared a Big Mac blowout. There was a central tuck-in at the Banqueting Hall in Whitehall - appropriately under Rubens's baroque ceiling depicting "The Apotheosis of King James I".

Attendees included Tony Blair, Peter Brooke, Cardinal Hume and Sir Paul Condon, then Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. See the Independent's coverage of the event.