Learn about Lambeth Borough and trace the history of your Herne Hill house

This September, Lambeth Heritage Festival takes place.  A programme of free events and activities all about the history and heritage of the borough, and its communities led by Lambeth Archives. On Wednesday 4th September, 8pm at Carnegie Library, Alan Piper of the Brixton Society and Len Reilly of Lambeth Archives will tell the story of … More Learn about Lambeth Borough and trace the history of your Herne Hill house

Brixton Market’s new website: built with the community and ‘wired’ audience in mind

Brixton. It’s South London’s trendy hub for the eater-outers, the dance all-nighters and especially the market-goers. But the markets aren’t a new thing – they’ve been around for decades. Traders started out by selling fruit and veg. But now they sell everything from clothes and furniture, to foods from around the world. This August 2013 … More Brixton Market’s new website: built with the community and ‘wired’ audience in mind

Sweet music to while away the weekends’ and it’s free! September 1st & 8th 2013

I speak for myself here when I say a weekend to remember would be one filled with good food, inspiring company, whilst enjoying a line up of great bands….. Who’s with me? Well, these memories are upon us, so dust off the diary and block out the afternoon of 1st and 8th September as the … More Sweet music to while away the weekends’ and it’s free! September 1st & 8th 2013

Kids drama classes launch Saturday 24th August at The Florence Pub, Herne Hill

Mum’s and dad’s, visitors to the Half Moon pub garden on a Saturday afternoon will have experienced the delights of the Tippee Toes team.   Due to recent circumstances and the unfortunate, temporary closure of The Half Moon, the classes have moved to a new venue.     I’m pleased to announce the new Tippee … More Kids drama classes launch Saturday 24th August at The Florence Pub, Herne Hill