During the Olympics and Paralympics, St Anne's is able to provide a temporary Motor Home site in a prime location for the Games.
Availabile 25th July - 10th September for Motor Homes only
Minimum stay of three days
£60 per Motor Home per 24 hours
All profits will be donated to St Anne’s Church restoration fund.
For further information or to book, please contact:
Rev. Gordon Warren: 020 7987 1502, or
Lesley Balding: 07767 420 339
• Two acres of grass and mature trees in East London, Limehouse.
• All sites with hard standing.
• Gated site
• Water point
• Camping Gas available nearby
• Lavatories facilities available during daylight hours on site
• Rubbish recycling available locally
• Elson disposal point
Canary Wharf Jubilee Line
Canal boat service direct to the Olympic Stadium
Thames Clipper to Greenwich and central London
Docklands Light Railway is 200 yards away at Westferry Station for:
12 minutes to Stratford - swimming, diving, athletics, field sports, cycling and gymnastics
15 minutes to ExCel for judo, table tennis, wrestling
10 minutes to Greenwich - equestrian events
15 minutes to Woolwich – shooting
10 minutes to Tower Bridge and Tower of London
20 minutes to West End of London for theatres.
Over 80 Restaurants and bars are located on the Wharf, including:
• The Narrow, a Gordon Ramsey riverside restaurant;
• The Grapes, established in 1583 and also overlooking the Thames. The Grapes is one of the oldest pubs in London. Charles Dickens was a patron, and made reference to the pub in his novel, Our Mutual Friend. The leaseholder is now Sir Ian McKellen.
• Takeaway food outlets - pizza, burger, chicken and fish and chips (100 yards)
• Takeaway or eat in: Indian, Chinese and English restaurants (100 yards)
• News agent, Tesco Metro, Lidl’s supermarket, Post Office, Dry cleaners, Laundromat (100 yards)
• Multi screen cinema (10 minute walk)
• Canary Wharf shopping and retail outlets (12 minute walk)
St Anne's, Limehouse is one of several East End of churches created by Nicholas Hawksmoor, who was Sir Christopher Wren's most talented pupil. The splendid Baroque church, probably Hawksmoor's most dramatic creation, was built between 1714 - 1725 in what were then open fields. Its great tower soon became a landmark for ships using the East End docks. St Anne’s church is now a Grade 1 listed building.
For a full history of St Anne’s church, please click here.
Uniquely in western Europe, Anglican churches receive no state support to maintain their buildings so the churches have to raise this money themselves. Through time and neglect over the years, St Anne’s church nearly became derelict in the 1960’s, until Care for St Anne’s (CFSA) was founded. Care for At Anne's is a registered charity to raise money for the restoration of St Anne's Church. Since the 1960’s, CFSA has raised over £5million to secure and restore the building. The organ and east end of the church have been restored already. The next phase is to install a lift for disabled access. We need about £60,000, of which we have raised over £20,000 already. All profits from the Olympic caravan park in St Anne’s will go to the restoration fund. For an account of the restoration project, please visit CFSA.