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Lee Miller, the legendary photographer who speaks to women of today

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Lee Miller was born in 1907 but for women of today she is a real shape-shifter. Her life would make an exciting film, all the ingredients are there; glamour and fame, lovers in exotic places, […]

Talks at St Faith’s, Red Post Hill

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The third cycle of talks by local residents to local residents about their work and their interests is starting this month, the 22nd to be exact. The speakers give a presentation and then we all […]

Dulwich Croquet Club – “probably” the best croquet club in the country

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Dulwich Croquet Club is hidden off Burbage Road as part of the Dulwich Sports Club. We retained our title as the national club champions, and on top of this and various other successes this season, it is […]

Herne Hill Music Festival – update

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Thanks to all our helpers The Festival publicity has now been distributed – during two great Sundays of bandstand music at the Herne Hill Market, and through letterboxes in Herne Hill, Dulwich Village, East Dulwich, […]

Peckham Bazaar, Peckham

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Towards the end of last year, Peckham Bazaar was becoming one of my favourite restaurants. Serving food from the Balkans, the menu was littered with sauces and seasonings I could barely pronounce, let alone come across before; […]

Promote more “kind and nice” in Southwark schools and streets

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Mel Nugent has owned the Blue Mountain Cafe for 21 years and will be celebrating soon offering coffee at 1993 prices! At the moment he is helping our small charity by running the Royal Parks […]

Cool Bermondsey Street posters and prints‏

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South East London artists Dougal Gordon and Steve Overbury have knocked up some colourful limited edition posters and prints of Bermondsey Street, which, as it says on their website, has become “one of the hippest roads […]

In Transit at the Blue Elephant Theatre

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For those who enjoy a show that pushes them to the edge of their comfort zone, Artichoke Theatre‘s In Transit provides the perfect opportunity to experience a one woman act at the level of performance […]

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Dynamo is apparently levitating above the Shard... (image thanks to @MikeWatson1971)

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