All posts tagged: events

Peckham Sponsors Refugees

Peckham Sponsors Refugees are now delighted to launch their fundraising page www.give.net/peckhamsponsorsrefugees They have a fundraising target of £20,000 which will secure a deposit on a home, furniture and provide extensive, expensive support with interpretation and counselling. They need to hit £9,000 before they can formally start the process with the Home Office.  How can you help? Peckham Sponsors Refugees are arranging several fundraising events which will help build awareness of this cause and raise funds… But there is loads that you can all do individually or in smaller groups to get the ball rolling. Donate! Visit the page now  www.give.net/peckhamsponsorsrefugees and remember to include gift aid with your donation (if you are eligible). Share the link. If you’ve been talking to your friends and families about this initiative then I’m sure you’ve had lots of offers of support. Please send the link to anyone who’s shown an interest, or post it on social media. Can you raise money through work/social groups/school? You might want to organise a bake sale for the office or a bucket collection in your …

Brockwell Lido hosts The Modern Movement, a festival of 20th century design 

Back again this year, The Modern Movement, south London’s prestigious, free festival celebrating 20th century design, is taking place on 5th – 6th May at Brockwell Lido, Herne Hill, London from 10am to 4.30pm. A range of specially selected dealers and architects, including Retro Barn,Dad Design, GP Lights & More, Da Silva Interiors and ID for London will be selling a stunning range of classic vintage furniture, jewellery and object d’art set against the back drop of the art deco Grade II listed lido building. The Modern Movement was started in May 2008 to bring together 20th century vintage furniture dealers to display interesting furniture in architectural surroundings. The main organiser of The Modern Movement is Moses Otunla, owner of the vintage furniture showroom, Bleu. Moses sources his stock from around the world and recent finds have included designs by Merrow& Associates, Saarinen, Alvar Alto, Finn Juhl, Fritz Hansen, Han Wegner, Charles & Ray Eames

Horniman Museum and Gardens – April events

Exhibitions Colour: The Rainbow Revealed 10 February-28 October Colour: The Rainbow Revealed is an award-winning exhibition exploring the endless ways in which colour shapes our world. Be dazzled by how colours are made and perceived, discover how animals use colour to attract and hide, and look into how different colours mean many different things for people across the planet. The exhibition is also full of family-friendly displays and interactive games including an Art Machine for you to create your own vibrant masterpiece, a Mood Room with multi-coloured lights, and a Colour Café to learn why only certain colours tempt our taste buds. Ticket prices: Child £4.40; Adult £7.70: Family (2 adults, 2 children) £18.70. Prices include voluntary 10% Gift Aid donation. Standard prices also available. Horniman Members and Benefactors enjoy free, unlimited visits to the exhibition. For more information and to book tickets go to www.horniman.ac.uk. Horniman Butterfly House 10am-5pm March to October Last admission 30 minutes before closing. See the website for seasonal opening times. Get up close with hundreds of beautiful butterflies in …

April events at Village Books

An Evening with Susie Steiner in conversation with DS Graham McMillan Wednesday 18 April 7pm at Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich Village SE21 7BG Village Books invites you to join Susie Steiner and DS McMillan for an evening discussing working together on plotting the crimes so the books have a real authenticity. Whilst researching her latest book Persons Unknown, Susie Steiner worked with DS Graham McMillan. DS McMillan is a real life detective with the Met Police and his views and thoughts add a reality to Susie’s crime novels making them unique. Tickets £10, includes drinks & entry. Book here. Introducing debut novelist AJ Pearce Monday 23 April 7pm at Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich Village SE21 7BG Village Books invites you to meet AJ Pearce. Picked as one of the leading debut novelists of 2018 this will be an event you’ll not want to miss. Irresistibly funny and enormously moving, Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce is a love letter to the enduring power of friendship, the kindness of strangers and the …

Bell House – April events

Bell House is an educational centre that offers support outside the mainstream school curriculum, lifelong learning, short courses, exhibitions, talks and musical events. The house is a centre for educational needs such as dyslexia support. They champion wider learning courses for all age groups, offering children and adults the opportunity to unleash their creativity or engage with subjects they have never tried before. There are free events and bursary places available on all courses. GCSE revision workshop for teenagers This workshop is perfect for al dyslexic teenagers who feel that, despite working hard, they are still not achieving the results they want. Caroline Bateman will cover a range of tips, tricks and strategies for learning, revising and coping with stress. Students need to bring a laptop, tablet or smartphone that can connect to a wireless network. Date: 3rd April Time: 1-4pm Location: Bell House, 27 College Road, London, SE21 7BG Tickets: £45 (subsidised places available, please email info@bellhouse.co.uk) Ticket link Beekeeping for beginners Join us at Bell House for an introductory beekeeping course, where we have …