Some community events

A couple of local events people have asked us to publicise:Art Auction FundraiserFrom Niamh at the Hill Station Cafe, Kitto Road, SE14: 'I am holding a fundraiser art auction at the Hill Station to raise money for camera equipment for a new photography youth project i'm running. The show will include works from many local ...

Archive: Brockley Society Newsletter article – October 2012

This article originally appeared in the Brockley Society Newsletter in October 2012. Please note that the current prices for sponsoring a street tree can be found on our blog here.Oxygen in Brockley ... and treesIf you're interested in a simple way to improve air quality and a lot else in Brockley, I think you'd better read on.The Brockley Society's ...

Archive: Brockley Society Newsletter article – April 2012

The following article originally appeared in the Brockley Society Newsletter in April 2012Are our trees in crisis?A debate is raging among the tree officers of the Brockley Society as to whether to define the present predicament of the conservation area's tree-stock as a crisis. But whether a "crisis" or a "chronic situation", there is agreement that something urgently must be done ...

Archive: Brockley Society Newsletter article – May 2011

The following article appeared in the Brockley Society Newsletter in MAY 2011. Please note that the current prices for sponsoring a street tree can be found on our blog here.IT'S A GOOD TIME TO BE A TREE IN BROCKLEY . . .Thanks to the continuing support of Lewisham's Green Scene and in consultation with residents, four ...

Save the Ivy House!

You saved our lives, now we’ll save yours

As health secretary Jeremy Hunt ponders whether to commit political hari-kari by approving a high profile closure of essential NHS services at Lewisham Hospital, a last minute musical intervention shows further evidence of how the threat to emergency and maternity services has united so many people with a common purpose to defend free healthcare in ...

Lewisham council rejects call for borough-wide 20mph speed limit

Lewisham council has rejected a proposal put forward by the Green Party councillor, Darren Johnson, to impose a 20mph speed... [...]

Deputy Mayor Sets out Policing Strategy for Lewisham

Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, visited Lewisham on Monday evening as part of a public consultation event on the future of policing strategy in the borough. [...]

Waes Hael!

Sunday 27th January saw the annual Wassail take place at the orchard on Hilly Fields. Last year was a rather snowy affair and we just missed that this year alas melted snow makes for a very wet ground under foot!This year was arguably the best wassail yet as we improved on the whistles and pots ...

Theatre Costume Making – A Talk