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Open Air Eid Event Promoting Southwark Unity

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With Ramadan now in full swing – it means Eid is approaching! Join Southwark again for this year’s #SouthwarkEid Festival! The first ever Eid festival in Southwark took place at Dulwich Park back in 2010. Poetry and drama were the main themes, with […]

The real Jurassic Park

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Crystal Palace Park is definitely one of the most interesting parks I’ve been to in London. With different attractions like dinosaurs, a maze, the National Sports Centre, and it’s own form of ruins, it’s easy […]

Dog Kennel Hill School Summer Fair

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On Saturday 18 June, Dog Kennel Hill Primary School held its big annual summer fair. Since leaving primary school many years ago (I attended DKH), I try my best to attend the summer fair every […]

Words, music, glee and delight

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…summarises what was on offer on 13 June at the East Dulwich Library from Ian McMillan, the ebullient poet presenter of The Verb on BBC Radio 3, and musician-composer Luke Carver Goss. Together the pair […]

We’re worried about you Robbie‏

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Robbie Gibson, a familiar face to anyone around Crystal Palace, has gone missing. He was last seen heading for Dulwich Park. According to police, Robert left his Gipsy Hill home at around 3pm on June 13 […]

11 O’Clock Tick Tock – The story of U2 at the Half Moon

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In May 1980, U2 released their first single from Island Records, “11 O’Clock Tick Tock“, and embarked on a handful of low-key club shows over the next few weeks to promote it. During this period […]

The Capitol in Forest Hill is shutting down

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Yep, it’s officially shutting down. The Capitol is one of of 8 Weatherspoon pubs in London up for sale… The Capitol is a rare survival of a 1920s cinema, The Capitol, on London Road, first opened its doors […]

From the cheeky to the cheery – locals’ ambitions before they die….

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In his article of 8th May, Richard Ellis covered the installation of two ‘Before I Die…’ boards in East Dulwich, as part of Dulwich Festival and to mark Dying Matters Awareness Week. As the week […]

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