At about five miles out of the city, the Dulwich and Sydenham Hill Golf Club sports the spectacular panoramic view of the London skyline over its 90 acres of greens. From the clubhouse, members have […]
After a strong start in 2013 with 8 screenings including outdoor events at Station Square, Brockwell Park and Brockwell Lido and a successful 48hr Film Challenge, planning is already underway for this year’s festival which […]
The Old Cycle Club filled with people and the thrum of conversation on the first night of “The Drawing Room” exhibition. The work of 12 local artists is being showcased for this weekend only. The aim […]
Approximately 20 people filled the small white-walled room beneath the Jane Newbery shop for the opening of “Dulwich Walks”. The Artist and Illustrator of “Dulwich Walks”, Greg Becker, was an attentive host and was met by […]
Nestled among the houses of the residential area just north of Canada Water Station is the Sir Marc Brunel Engine House, home to the Brunel Museum. Captured in this redbrick building is the history of […]
So the process of gentrification continues… Brixton is changing and it’s changing fast. Take a walk around Brixton and you will see what I mean, parts of it resemble Kensington and there are those, including the […]
After changing hands and getting revamped, the Belair House, formerly the Beauberry House, is rejoining the community with hopes to be the major focal point of West Dulwich again. There have been many changes to […]
You may wish to commemorate those who lost their lives in the First World War by planting “Flanders” poppy seeds, as part of a national campaign by the Royal British Legion. Easy to grow, they should […]
Seen around DulwichThis used to be a tree. That’s awesome, right?
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