September

Until – 10 September: STILL – Limited Edition Photographs by Louise Ward
Artist Louise Ward will be showing a new body of work at the Jeannie Avent Gallery in September in her solo exhibition entitled ‘Still’. This exhibition focuses on her inquiry into the genre of Still Life painting her starting point being the 17th Century Dutch Artists. It features new still life images of food , flowers and the micro world of insects and other small creatures. She founded Art@57 which she currently curates at 57 North Cross Road, in collaboration with local business woman and talented chef Suzanne James. Limited Edition Photographs by Louise Ward at Jeannie Avent Gallery , 14 North Cross Road, SE22.9EU from 30th August – 10th September 2019. Opening times Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11am – 4 pm, Friday and Saturday 10 am – 8 pm, Sunday 11am – 6pm, or by appointment, contact Louise – louise.ward2904@gmail.com.


Sunday 1 September: West Norwood Feast Community Market
10am-4pm.  West Norwood Feast is a community event built around 100 market stalls over five sites along the high street. It is run almost entirely by local volunteers who book the stalls and organise a full programme of free children’s activities and live entertainment. It is a farmer’s market, a craft fair, a flea market and a street food hub all rolled into one, yet the goal has always been to provide an experience that was wider than that. westnorwoodfeast.com


Tuesday 3 September: Honor Oak WI
7:30pm. “Climate Change – What Can We Do Individually and Collectively?” With inspirational local student and climate activist Daze Aghaji.  Honor Oak WI is a small friendly group with a wide-ranging programme of topics, activities and fun! We meet in the Lodge Cafe – entrance in Northwood Road, behind Stanstead Lodge, 260 Stanstead Road, SE23 1DD. All women are welcome. First visits are free.


Wednesday 4 September: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesday 4 September: Dulwich Runners Club
7.15pm (for 7.30pm). Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers.  Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 4 September: East Dulwich WI Meeting
7pm for 7.30pm. The Lodge, above East Dulwich Tavern, 1 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8EW. 7pm for a 7.30pm start. The EDWI is currently open for new members. Why not try us out – you can come along to 3 meetings before committing yourself (£3 fee per night). Email us at edwicommittee@eastdulwichwi.co.uk or visit www.eastdulwichwi.co.uk.


Thursday 5 September: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. Caller- Crys Rothon. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Keep the joy of summer alive! Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner or experience necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends. Contacts: Wendy 020 8769 9832; John 020 8693 2873 or email: johnhblase@aol.com


Saturday 7 September: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 7 September: Friends of Peckham Rye Park Annual Fete
12-5pm. The Friends of Peckham Rye Park have been holding a traditional fete for the local community on Peckham Rye Common for over 12 years. This popular event for all ages includes Children’s Fancy Dress, Dog Show, Punch and Judy, Coconut shy and sack and egg and spoon races. Also information and selling stalls including books and plants, hot food venues, Pimms and Beer marquee and Tea tent selling delicious cakes donated by local companies and residents. All profits go towards the funding and maintenance of the Community Wildlife Garden in Peckham Rye Park and supporting projects in the Park and Common. www.Peckhamryepark.org


Saturday 7 September: Plosive Comedy in Dulwich with Bridget Christie
Plosive’s flagship stand-up night, bringing the best in alternative comedy to south east London. Bridget Christie – Netflix, Radio 4 and ‘Have I Got News For Your’ star and Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner – headlines September’s show. Plus ‘Mock the Week’ regular Rhys James, ‘Live at the Apollo’ star Darren Harriott and Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Olga Koch. Age restriction: 18+. Time: 8pm (doors 7.15pm). Venue: The MCT at Alleyn’s, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, Dulwich, SE22 8SU. Price: £17 (plus booking fee). Event linkDirect ticket link.


Saturday 7 September: Piloxing Party – ‘Back to School’ 
9am-10.30am at The Charter School, Red Post Hill, Herne Hill, SE24 9JH. Join Amy and Annia for a 90-minute Piloxing Party….we will box, we will dance, we will work our core and we will sweat to our favourite school anthems! All levels welcome. Tickets In advance £14, on the door £18, concessions £6. Bookings can be made via: www.amylamontfitness.com AND www.danceuplondon.com


Sunday 8 September: Link Age Southwark Open Garden
2-5pm. 125 Court Lane, SE21 7EE. £4 entry on the door. Cash only.
Join us for the final open garden event of the season in this unique garden with winding paths and hosts renowned for their teas and cakes. Free street parking. Small dogs and children welcome. No wheelchair access – apologies for the inconvenience.


Sunday 8 September: SINGAROUND at The Ivy House
Another popular Singaround hosted by The Goose Is Out! All are welcome, whether to sing or to listen. It’s an informal and supportive atmosphere, so don’t worry if it’s your first time! Songs of any country or culture welcome. Door 7pm. Singing starts 7.15pm, finishes by 10.30pm at the latest. £3 on the door. More information from www.thegooseisout.com


Monday 9 September: New Women’s Institute in East Dulwich
7.30pm. Dulwich Constitutional Club, East Dulwich Grove, East Dulwich, SE22. For further details if interested in more information please contact Sue Jarvie on suejarvie53@gmail.com


Monday 9 September: William Dalrymple: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company
William Dalrymple discusses his new book, The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company. The Great Hall, Dulwich College, SE21 7LD. 19.00 – 20.30. £30 (Admission for one + a copy of The Anarchy RRP £30), £40 (Admission for two + a copy of The Anarchy RRP £30), £5 (Under 18s ticket – Admission only). Eventbrite ticket link.


Wednesday 11 September: Goose Green Coffee Morning with guest speaker Robes Project
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesday 11 September: Dulwich Runners Club
7.15pm (for 7.30pm). Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers.  Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Thursday 12 September: Jeff Warner  at The Ivy House
We are delighted to be welcoming Jeff Warner to the Goose for the first time! Jeff is among America’s foremost interpreters of traditional music. His songs, rich in local history and a sense of place, bring us the latest news from the distant past. Jeff’s  instruments include banjo, guitar, concertina, bones and spoons! Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. Tickets £8 (on the door only, no advance tickets). Unbooked floorspots welcome, put your name on the list by the door! More information from www.thegooseisout.com


Thursdays 12 September: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm.Caller- Sibby.  St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Keep the joy of summer alive! Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner or experience necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends. Contacts: Wendy 020 8769 9832; John 020 8693 2873 or email: johnhblase@aol.com


Friday 13 September: East Dulwich Community Centre Open Day
11am-2.30pm. FREE. Meet the animals from Vauxhall City Farm From 11-2.30pm. Meet the staff from Community Southwark- umbrella body for voluntary and community sector, volunteers and social action in Southwark. Refreshments will be on sale. Do you:

  • Know what activities already happen at the centre?
  • want a meeting place for a group you bel ong to?
  • have an interest you would like to share with others?

East Dulwich Community Centre, 46-50 Darrell Road, SE22 9NL. For more information contact Edcc2010@gmail.co.uk. This event is supported by a grant from Dulwich Community Council.


Friday 13 September: Salsa comes to The Portico Gallery
El Swing hits the dancefloor with a monthly night of the very best in Salsa – from the hottest new salsa dura to the deepest, classic Fania – and all the amazing stuff in between. The DJs: Johnny Gee, Dave Hucker, Carey Lyseight and Gerry Lyseight have hosted some of London’s most legendary club nights: Sol Y Sombra, Salsa Fusión, Latin Swing at Wessex House, Mambo Inn, Villa Stefano, as well as lighting up Notting Hill Carnival with the Latin Rave Sound System. The all-comers salsa dance class kicks off at 7.30 – led by the wonderful Yamile – before the club night gets into gear at 8.30 for 100% Lean Latin through until midnight. 7.30-8.30pm Mixed Salsa Dance Class led by Yamile. 8.30-12am – Club.  £10 – Salsa Class + Club. £7 – Dance class only. £5 – Club only. The Portico Gallery, 23a, Knights Hill, SE27 0HS. www.porticogallery.org.ukEl Swing begins on May 10 and then on the second Friday of the month thereafter.


Saturday 14 September: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 14 September: Car Boot Sale
9am-1pm.  Stallholders from 8am.  Cars £10/Vans £15.  Contact Alison@pgtimebank.org– no pitches available on the day, advance only. Paxton Green Time Bank is a local skills exchange where members are valued as assets and help each other out one hour at a time.  Fundraising for Paxton Green Time Bank Charity number 1132577. Alleyns Head pub car park, Park Hall Road, West Dulwich, SE21 8BW.


Saturday 14 September: Tea with Ruskin
3pm. Part of the Lambeth Heritage Festival a month long festival led by Lambeth Archives & the Lambeth History Forum. Come and enjoy an afternoon of entertainment with tea and cakes, hosted by the Friends of Carnegie Library, to celebrate the bi-centenary of the birth of local boy John Ruskin; highly-acclaimed critic of art, architecture and society, gifted painter and distinctive prose stylist; influential in cultural and social change. With local actor Bernard Lawrence reading extracts from Ruskin`s works, and singer Pam Williams performing contemporary songs from the famous Vauxhall Gardens (by kind permission of Lambeth Archives). Admission free (donations to the Friends would be greatly appreciated!). As space is limited, please come early to avoid disappointment.  You can also view the exhibition in the Library entrance hall, which explores the life and local associations of Ruskin. Carnegie Library, 188 Herne Hill Road, Herne Hill SE24 0AG. Contact: Annie Bright 020 7733 0564. Email: brightannie2@gmail.com.


Monday 16 September: Spanish Evening Language Course – Adult Beginner A1 part 1
Spanish and French beginner courses for anyone over the age of 18 who would like to learn a new language. All courses will take place in the state-of-the-art facilities in the Lower School building. Dates: Monday 16th September to Monday 2nd December for 10 weeks (no classes on Monday 21st and Monday 28th October due to half term break). Times: 7pm to 8:30pm. A1 Part 1 is for you if you have no or little previous knowledge of Spanish. For more information and booking click here or contact enterprises@alleyns.org.uk


Monday 16 September: Nunhead WI meeting 
We are a friendly and exciting Women’s Institute group, established 2015. If you’d like to join us or pop along as a guest (£3 fee) to our next meeting, we’d love to meet you. We meet upstairs at the Old Nun’s Head pub on the 3rd Monday of each month at 8pm.  You can get in touch via nunheadwi@gmail.com, Facebook/Nunhead WI, Twitter @nunheadwi, Instagram @nunheadwior our website www.nunheadwi.wordpress.com/about


Tuesday 17 September: French Evening Language Course – Adult Beginner A1 part 1
Spanish and French beginner courses for anyone over the age of 18 who would like to learn a new language. All courses will take place in the state-of-the-art facilities in the Lower School building. Dates: Tuesday 17th September to Tuesday 3rd December for 10 weeks (no classes on Tuesday 22nd and Tuesday 29th October due to half term break). Times: 7:00pm to 8:30pm. A1 Part 1 is for you if you have no or little previous knowledge of French. For more information and booking click here or contact enterprises@alleyns.org.uk


Wednesday 18 September: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesday 18 September: Dulwich Runners Club
7.15pm (for 7.30pm). Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers.  Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 18 September: Spanish Evening Language Course – Adult Beginner A1 part 2
Alleyn’s School Enterprises Ltd has launched Spanish and French beginner courses for anyone over the age of 18 who would like to learn a new language. All courses will take place in the state-of-the-art facilities in the Lower School building. Dates: Wednesday 18th September to Wednesday 4th December for 10 weeks (no classes on Wednesday 23rd and Wednesday 30th October due to half term break). Times: 7:00pm to 8:30pm. You can join A1 Part 2 if you have studied Spanish for about 15-20 hours and have learnt all the course content outlined in A1 Part 1 (see website). For more information and booking click here or contact enterprises@alleyns.org.uk


Wednesday 18th September: The Super Tutor by Joe Norman
7.30pm. Joe Norman has been a tutor for over 15 years. For him, education is what you still remember when you have forgotten everything else. Joe will share his top seven essential and imaginative lessons, including: how to write, how to read, common mistakes and, most importantly, how to think.  Stripping away grades, praise, university places or examiners, this book celebrates the love of learning things for their own sake. Joe Norman won an assisted place at Winchester College, and studied at Oxford University. Lower School, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, Dulwich, SE22 8SU. Tickets: £10/£8. www.village-books.co.uk


Thursday 19 September: Pub Quiz
6.30pm, The Lordship Lane, 211 Lordship Lane, SE22 8HA. Put your general knowledge to the test at Link Age Southwark’s autumn pub quiz. Teams of maximum 6 people. Tickets £10 per person, raising money for lonely and isolated older people in the community. Tickets available from www.linkagesouthwark.org/events.


Thursday 19 September: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. Caller- Sue Hastings. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Keep the joy of summer alive! Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner or experience necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends. Contacts: Wendy 020 8769 9832; John 020 8693 2873 or email: johnhblase@aol.com


Saturday 21 September: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 21 September: Green Rooms Market at Dulwich Picture Gallery
10am-5pm. Green Rooms Market will be back to the renowned Dulwich Picture Gallery for a day of plant shopping and botanical workshops.  Browse the carefully curated selection of independent botanical sellers, selling plants, pots, hanging planters, terrariums, macrame and everything in between for green fingers and plant novices alike. Green Rooms Market will be complimented by live music, drinks and street food within the gallery’s beautiful grounds. Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, SE21 7AD. www.greenroomsmarket.com


Saturday 21 September: Garthorne Road Nature Reserve
Bake-off competition. Try / buy cakes from 2pm. Winner announced at 4pm. Details from garthorne.reserve@gmail.com.


Saturday 21 September: Art Market
10am-4pm. No 57 North Cross Road, East Dulwich SE22. Visit www.infoartat57.wixsite.com/artatfiftyseven.


Wednesday 25 September: Goose Green Coffee Morning
We meet every Wednesday from 10:30 until 12:00 at St. John’s Church by Goose Green. Come and meet others over tea, coffee and cake. Find us at 62a East Dulwich Road SE22 9AT. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month there will also be a short talk given by an interesting speaker.


Wednesday 25 September: Dulwich Runners Club
7.15pm (for 7.30pm). Edward Alleyn Clubhouse, 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24 9HD We have various groups that run between 4 and 10 miles on different routes each week. There are groups for a variety of paces to suit all levels of ability from beginners, those looking to build on the parkrun bug to experienced racers.  Guests are very welcome and encouraged to try us out with a small £1 fee for all runners each Wednesday they run. The Club House has shower and changing facilities, off road parking and a bar offering hot and cold drinks for post run socialising. For more details including our tuesday night track training at Crystal Palace and other events please visit our website.


Wednesday 25 September: Cooking with Scissors 
An opportunity for local business professionals to meet, make new contacts and gain new business.  Meets downstairs at Franklins. 157 Lordship Lane, SE22. 6.45pm – 8.45 pm on the last Wednesday of every month. Free Admission. To find out more or register your interest in attending, please email sbn@cookingwithscissors.co.uk.


Wednesday 25 September:  Geoffrey Munn – Fabergé at the Court of Edward VII
7.30 pm. Special Fundraising Lecture organised by the Dulwich Friends of St.Christopher’s Hospice to benefit the Hospice. The Dulwich Suite, first floor, The Crown and Greyhound in Dulwich Village, SE21. Tickets £20, to include glass of champagne afterwards. Please make cheques payable to St Christopher’s Hospice and send to Barbara Richardson, 30 Dovercourt Road, SE22 8ST. Contact 020 8693 8711 or email barbara.richardson.30@gmail.com. If you have email your ticket(s) will be sent as an attachment, otherwise please send an SAE.


Wednesday 25 September: Workshop – Advanced Instagram Strategies
7.30pm- 9.30pm. Station Hall above Herne Hill Station, SE24, £50. This 2 hour workshop, run by Anna from hellosocial.media is for business owners who are on Instagram and want to explore the lesser known features including IGTV and Instagram Live, and better understand the Instagram Algorithm and Audience Insights. For more info email anna@hellosocial.media.


Thursday 26th September: Tracey Chevalier: A Single Thread
7.30pm. Join Village Books for an evening with bestselling author Tracy Chevalier. It is 1932, and the losses of the First World War are still keenly felt. Violet Speedwell, mourning for both her fiancé and her brother and regarded by society as a ‘surplus woman’ unlikely to marry, resolves to escape her suffocating mother and strike out alone. A new life awaits her in Winchester where she falls in with the broderers, a disparate group of women charged with embroidering kneelers for the Cathedral, and is soon entwined in their lives and their secrets. As the almost unthinkable threat of a second Great War appears on the horizon Violet collects a few secrets of her own that could just change everything. Great Hall, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, Dulwich, SE22 8SU. Tickets; Book & Ticket £22 (Book RRP £14.99) £10/£8.   www.village-books.co.uk


Thursday 26 September: Dulwich Folk Dance Club (Country Dancing)
8 – 10 pm. Caller- Carol Hewson. St Barnabas Parish Hall, Gilkes Place, Dulwich Village SE21 7BT. Keep the joy of summer alive! Dust off those dancing shoes and come country dancing! Exercise for mind and body and lots of fun. No partner or experience necessary: We guide you through the dances. Just come along and make new friends. Contacts: Wendy 020 8769 9832; John 020 8693 2873 or email: johnhblase@aol.com


Thursday 26 September: Suzanne James East Dulwich Supper Club
6.30pm-10.30pm, fifty seven, North Cross Road, SE22 9ET. Suzanne James is hosting a Supper Club at her fantastic fifty seven venue in aid of local charity Link Age Southwark. Enjoy a welcome drink, canapes and a delicious three course meal. Tickets £70 per person. Tickets available from www.linkagesouthwark.org/events


Friday 27 September: Martin Carthy & John Kirkpatrick, James Riley, Johns & Nowak
A very welcome return to the Goose by both Martin Carthy and John Kirkpatrick! Both of them have headlined here many times, both solo and in various  bands, duos and trios,  but this is the first time that they have headlined together as a duo. Get your tickets early! James Riley is an absolutely fantastic singer, songwriter and  guitarist who has played all around the world but happily (for us) is currently based in London. Johns & Nowak are an English acoustic duo who like to have fun with American music; weaving together mandolin and guitar and singing songs of heartache and longing. Tickets £16/14  advance, £18/16  on the door (if any left). Door 7pm. Live music starts 8pm. For advance tickets and further information, please see www.thegooseisout.com 


Saturday 28 September: parkrun
Saturday mornings at 9am. The parkrun is a free weekly timed 5k run, which is open to all standards of runners; it is not a race.
Peckham Rye start is near the Colyton Road entrance of Peckham Rye park and run three laps of the gardens www.parkrun.org.uk/peckhamrye
Dulwich Park start is Queen Mary’s Gate on the south side of the park. This is the entrance on the South Circular (A205), Dulwich Common www.parkrun.org.uk/dulwich


Saturday 28 September: Street Art Walk Peckham & Nunhead
2pm-4pm.  Part of Nunhead Art Trail 2019 this walking tour will take you around the Nunhead & Peckham area, starting at Nunhead Green SE15 ending at Rye Lane by Peckham train station/Bussey building. You will see works by renown contemporary global street artists inspired by the Baroque paintings within nearby Dulwich Picture Gallery – the oldest public gallery in England, opened 1817. Tickets available via www.eventbrite.co.uk.  www.dulwichoutdoorgallery.co.uk


Saturday 28 September: SoLo Craft Fair Dulwich Autumn Market
SoLo Craft Fair will be back in the heart of Dulwich Village with 60 talented traders selling everything from jewellery to beauty products to homeware. This is a shopping event not to be missed with some of London’s most talented makers coming together to showcase their talents. In addition to supporting independent businesses, there will be a kids corner where the little ones can play and create their own crafts. There will also be a refreshments bar, so you can have a nice tipple after you’ve shopped. So join SoLo Craft Fair for their Dulwich Autumn Market inside the beautiful St. Barnabas Parish Hall, SE21 7BT Saturday 28th September 11am – 4pm. Free entry and sweets for all. www.solocraftfair.com


Saturday 28 September: Clean Air for SE23 10am @Forest Hill Library 
10am-12pm. Forest Hill Library, Dartmouth Road, SE23 3HZ. Clean Air for SE23 is a local environment group working with the Forest Hill Society.  We want to reduce air pollution by enabling cycling, promoting electric cars, School Streets, and mitigate emissions by planting trees and hedges. In our next meeting, we will be discussing Tree Planting along the A205, Citizen Science Air Monitoring collaboration with Cambridge University, Impact of ULEZ and ideas to improve walking and cycling. Come along to see how you can help and share your ideas. Visit www.facebook.com/groups/cleanairSE23


Saturday 28 September: Stride London’s Spectacular Skyline by Twilight
A unique, skyline-spectacular sponsored walk through Greenwich and Blackheath to support South East London`s two hospices promises a night to remember on Saturday 28 September 2019. With selfie-spot views over the capital worthy of any Instagram feed, the Twilight Walk hopes to raise thousands of pounds for good neighbours St Christopher’s Hospice and Greenwich and Bexley Community Hospice. New for this year, 2019’s route has been adapted to include even more iconic London vistas, including Royal Greenwich Park, the Old Royal Naval College and the Cutty Sark, just as the sun sets over the city. Starting on the north-side of Blackheath Common, the walk finishes on the south-side of the common, just minutes from Blackheath`s bars and restaurants where fundraisers can choose to spend the rest of their Saturday night, celebrating their achievements! This year’s Twilight Walk is kindly sponsored by Grant Saw solicitors. Further information can be found at www.stchristophers.org.uk/twilightwalk


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