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Healthy = Happy

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2015 can be a year of optimism and accomplishment for you and your health. We all know that overcoming bad habits is very difficult. But getting better health habits is more successful when you enlist […]

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By 1927, Emily Carr had given up her boarding house and was making a living breeding bobtails (sheepdogs) and making and selling pottery knick-knacks decorated with ‘Indian’ designs to tourists keen to acquire a piece […]

Christmas Tree Recycling in Southwark

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If you have a food and garden waste collection, real Christmas trees can be collected as part of your normal household collection service. Simply remove any decorations and its pot or stand and place your […]

Noah’s Ark; The secrets finally revealed after thousands of years

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Dr Irving Finkel’s book The Ark before Noah is a great read but the story how the author got hold of the facts for his exciting tale is worth another book. Irving Finkel is the […]

Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a Happy 2015!

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To all our readers – It’s been a brilliant 2014 for Dulwich OnView and it seems an apt time to look back at some of the main highlights of the year. We are a fantastic (award […]

Kurt Jackson: River

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Horniman Museum are exhibiting a selection of paintings and sculpture of different river projects from acclaimed British artist Kurt Jackson. Kurt Jackson was born in 1961 in Blandford, Dorset. He graduated from St Peter’s College, […]

Do Book Awards sell book?

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The short answer is yes, the slightly longer answer is yes but, and the very long answer follows. The shortlist for all the Costa awards has been announced and with that a huge amount of […]

A local Christmas show in the heart of Dulwich Village

Sneak peek of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase to get your excitement building!

The Dulwich Players like nothing better than uprooting themselves from the comfort of the Edward Alleyn Theatre to bring their productions to the heart of Dulwich Village! Having regularly performed Shakespeare in the gardens of […]

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Seen around Dulwich

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Loving the new window display at Tales on Moon Lane. Yes, those are real doughnuts!

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