Peckham Weeklies is a multi-disciplinary, multi-generation weekly forum of Peckham residents. They got together in autumn 2014 to help brainstorm ideas for the new station square and ended up becoming a weekly focus group continuing […]
“The Iron Man came to the top of the cliff. How far had he walked? Nobody knows. Where did he come from? Nobody knows. How was he made? Nobody knows. Taller than a house the […]
Every Mother has a very busy life – trying to juggle and be the very best at work, as a mother and as a partner. This can lead to suffering from exhaustion and low self-esteem. So to […]
Why does a butterfly represent Camberwell, including at the entrances to Burgess Park and the shopping parade, Butterfly Walk? Until the 19th century most of Camberwell was open fields, the Camberwell Beauty was first seen in the locality in […]
Listen to these amazingly magical poems from Peter Bently and Jeanne Willis, and teller of tall tales, Andra Simons. For ages 5 to 7. Recorded by The National Poetry Library, part of Imagine Festival for Children.
Last week I met Alexandra Spencer-Jones, theatre director and artistic director of Action to the Word company which is resident at the Broadway Theatre in Catford, South East London. I first came across Action to […]
Jesse Dupré, a fellow South Londoner and a former pupil of James Allen Girls School, Dulwich, is returning to Southwark in a revamped version of the much-loved fringe show, Oyster Boy. Jesse is one-fifth of […]
I’m a fan of Antic pubs. The Royal Albert was my stalwart local during my four years in New Cross, and I could while away hours in there with friends, sipping on pints and playing Shithead. I frequent […]
Seen around DulwichDavid Bowie on the Bovril wall
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