To think that this Tudor house has survived at all in the city of London, is extraordinary. You can while away an hour or so here and then hop on the bus and see interesting Hackney and enjoy a good cheap healthy Turkish lunch at the BBQ Express near the Empire Theatre. This place is well worth the journey. However, one wonders how the Trust allowed squatters to inhabit the place for many years during their custodianship in the 1980's. We asked the question but got shrugs of the shoulder and " oh well, that's part of it's history' we suppose" response. It may sound innocent enough, but we DO know what damage, squatters do in these instances, what with burning precious timbers etc to keep warm in the winter , defecation and graffiti etc. . No, methinks they should have been evicted. You may agree ?
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