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The Herne Hill Music Festival returns this Autumn

Camilla George, performing on 7th October

The Festival this October opens in spectacular style with two contrasting events on Friday 7th – Mozart’s Don Giovanni performed by Dulwich Opera Company in the new hall at Herne Hill School, and the Camilla […]

Memories: Festival of Britain at Battersea Park


In 1951 Battersea Park hosted the Festival Pleasure Gardens, one of the major exhibitions of the Festival of Britain. Judith Taylor (nee Reid) joined the Festival of Britain project in 1949 and worked as Personal Secretary […]

On Seeing`The Edge of the Abruzzi’ To Winifred Knights

Winifred Knights, Edge of Abruzzi; boat with three people on a lake, 1924-30, Oil on canvas, 68.5 x 68.5 cm, Private Collection. © The Estate of Winifred Knights

Dreamed last night I was on this lake About to drown in the simplicity, The exactness of it, The eerie calm, The water did not move Neither mountain. Nor hill. It was the edge of […]

Coffee, Tea and Harmony…..A New Crystal Palace Choir!


If you like cake, coffee and singing, then you might like to find out more about Crystal Palace’s latest singing group – B&G Cafe Choir! It launched at Brown & Green Cafe in June this year […]

Dulwich Burial Ground‏ – Open House

Typical monuments

Dulwich Burial Ground in Dulwich Village is open for London Open House on 17 & 18 September. 2016 marks the 400th anniversary of the historic Burial Ground which has been at the heart of Dulwich Village since 1616. Originally […]

Wonder Day fun for the whole family at Veolia Southwark‏


Southwark’s annual Wonder Day will take place on Saturday 17 September, in time to celebrate Recycle Week (12 – 18 September). On the day there will be tours of the facility so residents can learn […]

The Santissima Trinita

Winifred Knights-7

How far have I travelled through these sultry fields where flowers wilt the lake too merciful to reveal my indiscretions no reflection wavers in its mirror it shows no stain upon my dress no countenance […]

Mill-hands Conversing, 1919


Outside the mill the women gather to agitate for equal pay. A red jacket indicates their leader, who could be a Labour activist today. This was a year of nationwide strikes, that spread like influenza. […]

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Seen around Dulwich

Finally! Finally!

At long last the parking sign in Dulwich Village for single yellow line. Parking restriction stops at midday. By @DulwichSociety

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