Between WWI and WWII, Brixton was the third busiest shopping centre in London. It had one of the first department stores in the country and, of course, the famous market halls – now listed buildings. […]
Stealing the glamor and limelight baton from London Fashion Week, Forest Hill Fashion Week (FHFW) returns on 18 September. The local community of SE23 will up the fashion stakes and provide South London and its […]
During the summer many thousands of people flock to Peckham to enjoy the open spaces that have been created on the roofs of iconic buildings by Frank’s Café, Bold Tendencies and the Bussey Building, bringing […]
As an artist, – who has a lot of non-artistic friends – I understand how uninviting and daunting the art world can appear to people who are not involved. However, the bottom line is, no matter […]
We’re an amateur theatre company from Forest Hill. Currently we produce two shows a year. Our first in a series of readings will be Monday 15 September at the newly opened Honor Oak Pub. As part […]
Possibly the most obvious reminders of the bombing are the post-war housing estates which were built on the extensive bomb sites, and in particular the many fences around them which were made from redundant stretchers. […]
GalleryFilm has been going for several years now and it has achieved what every organiser dreams of; a steady and loyal clientele. Liz Buchanan who leads the team of five film-afficionados states that it is […]
Thanks to Peckham Vision for bringing our attention to this interesting film from 1970 at Peckham Park school about life in late Victorian times (19 min). The film features children from Peckham Park School preparing […]
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