Tempting Failure: Embrace The Unexpected

This Sunday join Tempting Failure’s internationally renowned artist Ernst Fischer as he takes you on a ‘Alice through the looking glass’ style adventure that will offer ‘surreal encounters with the negligible, the lost and discarded – with art and rubbish, objects and people – in the streets of Herne Hill, South-East London.’ Be bold, be brave … More Tempting Failure: Embrace The Unexpected

Lambeth’s Big Idea

Lambeth’s Community Root’s team is helping Capita with ‘The Big Business Idea‘. Taking place November 21 2013 at The Piano House Brixton, The Big Business Idea is an event for those who live in Lambeth Borough, aged 17-27 years, who have an idea to pitch and put forward as a business.  The day event will present a selection of … More Lambeth’s Big Idea

If you never did, you should. These things are fun and fun is good

There is simply so much to do this weekend, you have no excuse to stay in. One of the many reasons I love Herne Hill is that there is always something to do nearby, and this weekend is no exception. Here is a myriad selection of events taking place this weekend: Crafty Fox Market at … More If you never did, you should. These things are fun and fun is good

People of Lambeth: Support Brixton Market and say hi to Levi Roots, Mayor of Lambeth and others

The Brixton Market team are at it again.  Feeding the community delectable food and drink.  Oh it’s a hard life living in Lambeth. The  International Food Market, opening Saturday October 5 on Brixton Station Road, is a celebration of community, food and culture, where you can experience some of the best street food Brixton and beyond has to … More People of Lambeth: Support Brixton Market and say hi to Levi Roots, Mayor of Lambeth and others

HAVE YOUR SAY IN NAMING LAMBETH POUND – DEADLINE FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER

Lambeth Council has asked Love Herne Hill to share their online poll with you.  The poll is collecting votes on the name of the borough-wide community currency and ends this Friday 20 September. Right now the paper votes are neck and neck, but the online poll is trending in favour of Lambeth Pounds.  Who knows how … More HAVE YOUR SAY IN NAMING LAMBETH POUND – DEADLINE FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER

A DEE DEE DEE, A DA DA DA IS ALL I WANT TO SAY TO YOU

LOVE HERNE HILL VISIT DEE DEE’S JAZZ AND THE FUNK Launched 12 May 2012, by founder and entrepreneur Brook Anderson, Dee Dee’s Jazz and the Funk is on the hill in Herne Hill, South East London. As soon as you walk through the front door of Dee Dee’s, you are greeted by an intimate, slick, jazz vibe. … More A DEE DEE DEE, A DA DA DA IS ALL I WANT TO SAY TO YOU

Tales on Moon Lane update & #1 New York best seller comes to Herne Hill

We dedicated a page on the @lovehernehill blog to bring you news and updates from independent shops in Herne Hill that were affected by the flood.  This update is one of both encouraging and exciting news, please read on……… Dear Herne Hill, It has been four weeks since the flood that had such a dramatic impact … More Tales on Moon Lane update & #1 New York best seller comes to Herne Hill

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