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.
The Elephant & Castle Community Fund has launched for 2017, its fifth year, and would like to see applicants from the local area. Delivered through The London Community Foundation, the fund will see £50,000 donated to support the Elephant & Castle community. Lendlease and Southwark Council created the fund in 2012 as part of their … More APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR ELEPHANT & CASTLE’S COMMUNITY FUND
We’ve tasked ourselves to get to know our local breweries, ooh it’s a hard life. First stop, Brockley Brewery. Steve Wilcox reports. As one matures (gets older..) certain vice’s need to be curtailed and one such vice is alcohol. Now don’t panic, I’m not saying ditch the booze just improve the quality as opposed to quantity. So as … More South London Ale Trail: Part One
I’m excited to announce Herne Hill based Cavaliero Finn curates two shows for local art & design lovers to mark the 21st Dulwich Festival. Contemporary art and design lovers alike should head to Herne Hill and the sumptuous Belair House in Dulwich on the weekend of May 10th and 11th where two exhibitions curated by contemporary art and … More Contemporary art and design to celebrate 21st Dulwich Festival
Jazz by the poolside on a Saturday night. Okay, so the weather’s turned a little bit dreary, but who cares, let’s stand up to those ever so grey and moody sky’s. This Saturday the South London Jazz Orchestra will be bringing their mellow harmonies to our favourite Herne Hill Lido. Starting at 5:15pm you can get … More JAZZ AND A DIP IN THE POOL THIS SATURDAY?
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