Caroline Cross steps back in time with the world famous Crystal Palace park dinosaurs. Fundraising efforts have paid off for a south east London charity who has campaigned to build a bridge to connect visitors of Crystal Palace Park to the 167 year old resident dinosaurs. Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs (FCPD) has been on a mission … More Walking With Dinosaurs
What do you do to help make the community greener? Recycle packaging and food scraps, use a compost or even a wormery? You may carry a reusable coffee cup, or offer those that do money off a cuppa? We’d love to know. It is always good to see individuals and local businesses moving towards a … More What do you do to help build a more sustainable, greener environment? A Spotlight On: Norwood Collective and the south London #LocalGreenHeroes
In 2017, Hatch Enterprise, a charity that supports social enterprise in South London opened 55 East: a co-working space set up as an affordable hub for the community on East Street. After a successful crowdfunding campaign, it has now launched three spaces: 55 East Studio, an affordable co-working and training space; 55 East Lounge, events and … More Look Local – 55 East: A Social Enterprise Hub, East Street, Walworth.
I’m posting this as it’s a matter close to mine and my families heart and I’m sure many of yours. On Sunday 15th July – Ryan who lives down at the Crofton Park end of Brockley is hosting a family fun day and a dads football tournament down at St Dunstan’s in Catford called Festiball. It’s a big … More KICK CANCER IN THE BALLS – SIGN UP NOW!!
Here at @SELondonBlog we’re all about community and culture and try to do a damn good job to celebrate the creative passionate individuals that make it even more brilliant to live here… We’ve met a few Shona Chambers @spaceat61, Featured in 15s Maya and Helen and we’ve still hundreds more to meet, so when we stumbled … More Step up and say hello to @SESussed
There’s a new market in Myatt’s Fields. Every Sunday the Market aims to bring quality food to local people, and celebrate South London’s finest makers and traders while also playing a big role to help sustain the local economy. Myatt’s Fields and the Loughborough Junction area is a food desert – an area with very … More A new Sunday mooch: A New Market At Myatt’s Fields
The Time Out Love London Awards are here and the Capital will be voting for their favourite independent businesses and honour those most loved around the city and the world. South East London is spoilt for choice with food and drink and cultural joints. It was hard for us to pick all our faves so … More Time Out Love London Awards: South East London’s Hidden Gems
Fellow South London blogger Vince and Andy better known for their wiley words at http://www.southlondonblog.co.uk/ have landed a publishing deal. Slacker storytellers, Deserter, have signed with Unbound to release their first book, Today South London, Tomorrow South London, featuring their unique portraits of life below the river. Readers have the opportunity to support their crowdfunded project at: … More Get In!!! South London Blog Lands Publishing Deal
I was keen to share this great blog to celebrate International Women’s Day courtesy of @Brixton Blog. Lulu Lincoln: Teacher An exhibition by photographer Fiona Freund will put Brixton’s working mothers on the map as part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations. MotherWorks is the vision of local creative team (and working mums) Mothers … More Celebrating International Women’s Day: Fiona Freund putting Brixton’s working mothers on the map
We’ve made it through Christmas, past winter solstice; it can only get sunnier from here right? 2017 was our year to launch monthly feature ‘Spotlight On’, and we’ve been lucky to speak to some creative and inspiring individuals to mention a few: Space @ 61, Nina Baxter, Only Girl Music and Casilda’s Nice Things. This month we … More January Spotlight On FEATUREDIN:15