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Facebook’s ‘Gallery of Groups’

From sausage dogs to older than usual skateboarders, Facebook celebrates communities across the UK with its first ever exhibition.

Facebook’s ‘Gallery of Groups’ will showcase a collection of real-world communities that have been brought together online, giving people who live all over the UK the opportunity to share their passions and interests with others.

Visitors will journey through six unique groups that range from Quidditch and older than usual Skateboarders to Rock Art purveyors. Facebook has worked closely with each of the groups to bring their vibrant communities to life and showcase how the website's groups make it easier for people to find passions and interests that they otherwise would not have been able to enjoy due to location or circumstances.

With 29 million Facebook Groups in the UK, ranging from sausage dog fans to panini stickers, the exhibition is shining a light on how people are connecting and building relationships with people over their shared interests.

Be inspired by all different types of passions and hobbies and meet some of Britain’s most diverse community groups.

For more information, please see OXO Tower Wharf’s official website for specific event details.

Discover Oxo Tower Wharf

Oxo Tower Wharf is an award-winning, landmark building situated on the riverside walkway part of London’s fast moving South Bank and Bankside areas.

Oxo Tower Wharf is home to some of the UK’s most innovative and internationally renowned contemporary designers, restaurants, cafes, bars and exhibition venues [email protected] and Bargehouse.

The Oxo Tower has been a riverside landmark since the 1930s. During its industrial heyday, it was owned by the makers of the OXO brand and has had numerous and varied uses since. By the 1970s it had fallen into disrepair and was largely derelict. In the 1990s Oxo Tower Wharf entered a new lease of life when Coin Street Community Builders (CSCB) began a major refurbishment project to transform the building into an award-winning mixed-use development of co-operative homes, retail design studios, specialist shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars.


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OXO Tower Wharf

Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH