You might be wondering why you haven’t heard from us for a while? We’ve had a 20% cut in our core funding and are working hard to fill the gap. Our trustee Matt Craig is […]
From an English country garden to a balmy Venice evening, Dulwich Choral Society presents a summery collection of romance, heartbreak and joy! Founded in 1944, the Dulwich Choral Society is a buzzing friendly choir with about 80 […]
What makes Dulwich a lovely place to live? There are many reasons one could outline as to what makes an area however I am going to focus on one element, unsurprisingly that’s bookshops. Bookshops make […]
Join the people of Brockley on 19 July to help recreate a 100-year-old group photo in Hilly Fields. Brockley Society found this remarkable photograph in the Brockley Society archives: a massive group portrait of the men, women and […]
We are looking for a London-based family to take part in another Back In Time social history experiment for BBC Two, summer 2015. Wall to Wall Television – one of the country’s leading independent television production […]
Southwark Council wants to destroy beautiful wild woodlands at Camberwell Old and New Cemeteries, felling dozens of trees, clearing woodland and undergrowth, and excavating acres of old graves, to make way for over 4,800 burial […]
JP Art Gallery’s successful, nomadic Pop Up formula has helped them to secure their first permanent Gallery in the heart of Clapham, London SW11! Opening 1st June 2015: they specialise in sourcing some of the […]
You are invited to an evening of good food, good wine and good music on Sunday 21 June in the stunning garden of 39 College Road from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. This gorgeous contemporary garden was designed to […]
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