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The Uber of laundry – Laundrapp review

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We give many things to many apps – time, attention, information, money… but today was the first time I’ve given an app my laundry! Launched earlier this year, Laundrapp is London’s laundry and dry cleaning app. […]

Film and Social Change – A film-maker’s perspective

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Rosa has fifteen years experience making broadcast films as well as working in the educational/corporate sector. Many of these films have won prizes and been shown at festivals around the world. She has extensive experience of […]

The Subject Index: Peckham’s Growing History

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Nestled in the vibrant neighborhood of Peckham lies Peckham Platform, a gallery whose current exhibition, The Subject Index, aims to provide the public with a history of the South London town. The exhibit is a collaboration […]

Will you join us to make Southwark greener and healthier?

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… Hope you will support us in our plans for a healthier greener Southwark! We are powered by volunteers, so get involved today and join the Southwark Meat Free Monday campaign. We are encouraging all sectors […]

Bestselling books in 2015 – my predictions

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By the time you are reading this we’re nearly two months into 2015 so it might seem a little late to making my predications for the bestselling books of this year however it is with […]

The Art of Portrait

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A particular alchemy occurs when we look at a portrait. We see a picture not of an object, a place or simply a design; we see a thing like ourselves, another human being. Because the […]

Grange Lane Group‏

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The Grange Lane Group made up of twelve Friends of the Picture Gallery who regularly attend the Education Department water colour courses run by Liz Butler was formed in the autumn of 2011. We also […]

Viva Flamenco – another chance to see the most inspired group of dancer

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What is it with the Flamenco that inspires the British? Juan Ramirez has no simple answer. It is the most sought after word on Dulwich OnView and a Viva Flamenco’s evenings at St.Barnabas Hall in […]

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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!

Seen anything interesting around Dulwich? Send us your photo!


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