‘Accessible Britain’ – Free to Download Guide -Post Lockdown- For People of All Abilities

Wondering where to go for a break of visit this summer but maybe restricted in choice? Rough Guides has come up with the UK’s best inclusive attractions celebrated in the new Accessible Britain As UK attractions begin to reopen and lockdown restrictions ease, many are keen to start safely exploring our shores. Available online for … More ‘Accessible Britain’ – Free to Download Guide -Post Lockdown- For People of All Abilities

Balance health and wellbeing while working from home

Working from home? We are diving into health and wellness and excited to introduce Annabel Jeffcoate our freelance fitness expert talking about how best to deal with #wfh and how to gain a better life, work and wellness balance. Check out the blog, some useful advice and a video with great tips too. #selondonblog #healthandwellness #pilates … More Balance health and wellbeing while working from home

Mont58 Coffee – ‘Serious about coffee but not serious about life!’

What does a cup of coffee mean to you? Is it a drink that gives you a boost in the morning or a passion that drives you to give up your city career. Well for Shai Eilon of Mont58 coffee, it was the latter and ‘a no brainer’. Steve Wingrove visits Mont58 Coffee, an independent … More Mont58 Coffee – ‘Serious about coffee but not serious about life!’

#SpotlightOn local author Anna Sayburn-Lane

The inaugural Deptford Literature Festival kicks off this Saturday 14th March featuring 17 events over the day; 14 of which are free to attend. The one-day festival features local writers and artists celebrating Deptford’s literary heritage and looks to its future. There will be a host of talented writers, artists and organisations who are based … More #SpotlightOn local author Anna Sayburn-Lane

International Women’s Day: Celebrating #SELondon Women

This International Women’s Day (March 8) all over the world women will be celebrated for their achievements; from the work they do, the people they care for, the innovations they create, the opportunites they give to others: a revered and celebrated way of recognising the social, cultural, political and economically achievements globally. Here at south east … More International Women’s Day: Celebrating #SELondon Women

Theatre Review: You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner

Community and culture correspondent Julie Bird reviews You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner, Southwark Playhouse, SE1 You Stupid Darkness, the first performance of which took place on 7 February 2019  at Theatre Royal Plymouth, transferred to Southwark Playhouse in London in January 2020 and is running until 22 February. The play focuses on four volunteers … More Theatre Review: You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner

Bell House, Dulwich wins Historic Houses Award for Innovation in Education

Bell House is a charity based in Dulwich that supports the community with educational lifelong learning skills and various other cultural services outside of what the mainstream curriculum offers. The team reached out to us to share the good news that they had won an award from Historic Houses – ‘the Frances Garnham Award* 2019, … More Bell House, Dulwich wins Historic Houses Award for Innovation in Education