Events

March Events at Bell House

Stress Management and Resilience – Tuesday 5th March, 7pm

Join Tracy from Happy Life for an interactive session on identifying signs of stress and employing effective strategies to build resilience.

The Beekeeper’s Year: An Introduction – Saturday 9th March, 10am

Bell House’s head beekeeper, Philip Nicholson will guide you through a year as a beekeeper, in preparation for practical sessions starting in April. Perfect for someone interested in keeping bees, or curious about the insect’s secret life!

Christian Dior, Designer of Dreams: Curator’s Talk – Wednesday 13th March, 7:15pm – sold out at time of going to press.

Oriole Cullen, the curator of the V&A’s sell out exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams discusses the history and impact of one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers.

Positive Pause ‘Talking Menopause, Nutrition and Exercise with the Experts’ – Saturday 16th March, 1:30pm

Join Positive Pause at Bell House for another fantastic lineup of speakers on nutrition and exercise to be your best self during menopause.

What are Multi-Sensory Techniques? – Wednesday 20th March, 7pm

Dr Susie Nyman will lead an interactive session on Multi-Sensory techniques and how to use them with children in a group environment or 1:1. Multi-Sensory learning is dyslexia friendly and useful for all learners.

The First Communist in Fort Jameson: Book talk – Friday 22nd March, 7pm

Nigel Watt and Brian Vale worked in Northern Rhodesia just before and after Independence in 1964, when it became Zambia. Nigel has recently published his autobiography, “The First Communist in Fort Jameson” and they will discuss the atmosphere of this interesting time.

Save a Life, Community First Aid for Babies and Children – Saturday 23rd March, 10am

Would you know what to do if a baby or child stopped breathing? If not, then emergency first aid training should be on your list of essential skills to learn. Sandie Ennis will teach you the vital basics on this half day course.

Two Hundred Years On: John Ruskin’s Vision of South London – Sunday 24th March, 3pm

Was John Ruskin merely the first in a long line of NIMBYs, or do his critiques of industrialisation and uncontrolled growth still have meaning today? Jon Newman investigates in his talk with the Dulwich Society.

Teen Mental Health in an Online World – Thursday 28th March, 7pm

Bell House and Connections in Mind Foundation are co-hosting a series of events on how adults can support children and young people to flourish. This first event will look at how adults can engage with teens’ online lives to support their mental health.

Make Your Mark: Free Community Art and Music Project – Saturday 30th March, 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Using clay from beneath Bell House itself and other local clays, work with our artists to create a piece of art inspired by the house and the music heard on the day. Brought to you with the Dulwich Music Festival.

Help Bell House buy a defibrillator

Thanks to the proceeds of our First Aid Courses (see above), Bell House is getting closer to its goal of buying an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for Bell House and its close neighbourhood.

They estimate they need a further £1,000 to to buy this life-saving piece of equipment. If you are able to help us towards this, please consider donating on the Bell House website.

www.bellhouse.co.uk

27 College Road, Dulwich, London SE21 7BG

Image: ‘Sandy Ennis teaches a Community First Aid course’