For a poetry hangover, take Hair of the Dog…. join me, Kate Miller, hosting the local Stanza meeting for the Poetry Society on June 8 at 7.45pm at the Crown and Greyhound, free, in the […]
On Sunday 6 June, there is a Local Residents’ Open Day at Herne Hill Velodrome. An advanced track training session will be followed at 11am by the Veteran–Cycle Club Family Fun Day, with pre-1900 to […]
A garden opening with a difference. The garden at the former home of Anne Shelton (the World War II “Forces’ Favourite”) will be open this Sunday 6 June, 2 – 6pm. This is the most […]
Zumba is the new fitness craze that is sweeping the UK, and Dulwich too.
‘I loved it’
‘I don’t know I’m exercising, I love it so much’
‘Its not difficult, we learn basic steps’
Push Studios, East Dulwich, not content with offering pole dancing as an excuse to exercise – has now just started Zumba classes run by the dynamic Amanda Botterill.
We started opening our garden for charity by chance. Our next door neighbour, Ann Rutherford, used to hold a sale every year of plants grown from packets of seeds which produced too many plants for […]
The Wyeth exhibition (The Wyeth Family: Three Generations of American Art) is being put up at the moment, and I was allowed a sneak preview – No one is allowed in normally while the pictures […]
Garden openings have become a well-established feature of summer in Dulwich, with some fabulous gardens – many with teas to match. Jeremy Prescott, whose garden in Court Lane is open on Sunday 6th June, previews openings over the next three weeks.
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