Around Dulwich Articles

Remembering My Friend, Ingrid Beazley

It’s 2010 and I’m cuddled up on a large armchair in Cafe Nero, East Dulwich, waiting for the late Ingrid Beazley. I was in my final year at university and as part of my course […]

Transmitter-Ville

A pulsing beacon welcoming jet age travellers home, a transmitter radiating esoteric messages, a mighty H.G.Wellsian Martian fighting machine, defiantly astride a tall green hill, or even a whiff of exotic Gallic flavour come to […]

The Street Art Walks continue…

By Amanda Greatorex, who has big shoes to fill, is continuing Ingrids legacy by leading the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Street Art Walks. Extra date added for Dulwich Festival Saturday 20th May 2-5pm £9 includes Dulwich […]

Better Living Through Massage!

Research has shown that massage therapy can lower your heart rate and blood pressure, relax your muscles and increase the production of endorphins, your body’s natural “feel good” chemical. Better living through body chemistry? It’s […]

Ingrid Beazley: A Passion for Dulwich

Ingrid Beazley, co-founder of Dulwich OnView, passed away last week. She was much loved in Dulwich and far beyond and we are all saddened to say goodbye to an inspiring, warm-hearted force of nature whose […]

Death, tea and cake – talking about death won’t make it happen!

In September 2011 Jon Underwood ran the first ‘death café’ in London – in his own house. He had been inspired by the work of Swiss sociologist and ethnologist Bernard Crettaz and his work on […]

London Bridge

London Bridge blends in with its city. Its appearance is unassuming, but it is this spot that has seen London’s history unfold more than anywhere else. This bridge was the only one over London’s River […]

It’s The Dog’s Life

When the Crown and Greyhound pub (aka ‘The Dog’) in Dulwich Village closed for refurbishment and hotel conversion in September 2014, it was expected to remain closed for 15 months. In April 2017, locals are […]

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