INUF Members Have a Mean Time in Greenwich

On Friday, 6 September, a group of 11 INUF members and two staff visited Greenwich. Chris Tzanetis, the INUF Manager, and Humaira Hussain, INUF Project Coordinator, accompanied 11 members.

The INUF visitors next to the Cutty Sark.

From Left: Humaira Hussaion, Prudence Smith, Gwineth Grant, Shuheb Miah, Amadu Tarawally, Richard John, Terry Crooks, Medina Jamailah, Matt Russell, Jadva Vekaria, and Neves Lobo.

The group left Ithaca House at around 10.30am, and once at Greenwich, walked past the Cutty Sark, and visited Greenwich Market, before having a picnic lunch in Greenwich Park. It was a bit windy, but at least it wasn’t raining! In the park, the INUF group had a quick tour round the herb garden, which the staff would now like to recreate in the garden at Ithaca house, as the way the plants are combined, was a real inspiration. After that, part of the group went to Greenwich Maritime Museum to view the many ships, linked to various significant passages in the UK’s naval and maritime history, such as the East India Company and the Slave Trade, whilst others went up to the Greenwich Observatory.

The INUF group in the Greenwich Park herb garden: From Left: Medina Jamailah, Richard John, Matt Russell and Neves Lobo.

INUF member, Shuheb Miah, described the trip as “excellent and interesting”, whereas Neves Lobo particularly enjoyed the Observatory and the herb garden.

The INUF visitors next to the Cutty Sark.

From Left: Prudence Smith, Gwineth Grant, Chris Tzanetis, Shuheb Miah, Amadu Tarawally, Richard John, Medina Jamailah, Terry Crooks, Matt Russell, Jadva Vekaria, and Neves Lobo.


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