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Dulwich front Garden competition 2016

Front garden

The Dulwich Society is sponsoring a front garden competition in 2016. Entry is free and open to all households in the Dulwich area. The closing date for entry is 31 May, and judging will take […]

Dolly Did It


Local Dulwich based business Dolly Did It’s main aim is to upcycle unloved pieces of furniture and make them not only loved again but unique. I run Dolly Did It with the help of my […]

Botanical artist’s garden open for charity – Sunday 10 April

Seen over froth of blue Brunnera macrophylla Langtrees, bench sits in shade of birches beside bed of pulmonaria, camassia, lamium, cow parsley, comfrey, hellebore.

Dulwich’s open gardens season gets off to a swing in April with the opening of Rosemary Lindsay’s stunning garden at 5 Burbage Road, SE24 9HJ. Rosemary is a well-known botanical artist, illustrator and writer. Numerous […]

What Does Your Front Door Say About You?


When it comes to curb appeal it’s all about the first impression. Decorating your home reflects your taste and your personality. However, we all know that first impression often counts the most, so forget your […]

Community orchard planted in ‘secret garden’ at Rosendale Gardens Estate


Tenants of Rosendale Gardens Estate in West Dulwich are converting a forgotten area of the 1950s council estate into their first ever community orchard. The initiative is part of wider plans by Helping Britain Blossom (a partnership […]

Let’s be proud of our front gardens in Dulwich


The Dulwich Society’s Garden Group is focusing on front gardens this year. Each Spring the Gardens Committee organises an annual talk, this year the talk is on what we can do to enhance our front […]

Prakti stove – perfect for a winter BBQ!


Good for outdoor cooking. Easy to light and fires up fast. It can also be lit in windy weather. I am rather fond of this red charcoal burner stove by Prakti from a local company based in […]

Westwood Hill House


Westwoodhill House is a Victorian country house hidden away in deep south London. Situated in Upper Sydenham, it’s a five minute walk from Sydenham High Junior School. It’s an amazing venue that simply blew me […]

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