Articles tagged South London

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My history of Peckham

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Peckham Weeklies is a multi-disciplinary, multi-generation weekly forum of Peckham residents. They got together in autumn 2014 to help brainstorm ideas for the new station square and ended up becoming a weekly focus group continuing […]

Why does a butterfly represent Camberwell?

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Why does a butterfly represent Camberwell, including at the entrances to Burgess Park and the shopping parade, Butterfly Walk? Until the 19th century most of Camberwell was open fields, the Camberwell Beauty was first seen in the locality in […]

Former JAG’s pupil to perform at the Blue Elephant Theatre

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Jesse Dupré, a fellow South Londoner and a former pupil of James Allen Girls School, Dulwich, is returning to Southwark in a revamped version of the much-loved fringe show, Oyster Boy. Jesse is one-fifth of […]

Thai cookery lesson with Deethechef from The Begging Bowl

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I really like spicy food, coconut and rice, so it was a perfect match when I had a cookery lesson with Deethechef who runs Cooking Happy cookery classes and also cooks at The Begging Bowl […]

A Little Love For South London

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As an artist and designer I have always loved the vibrancy of life in South London. I graduated from Camberwell School of Art and went on to become a freelance textile designer in the home […]

Views from the Emirates Airlines

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Contrary to what its name suggests, the Emirates Airlines that Londoners refer to is a cable car journey across the River Thames. Other popular ways to see London from above include the London Eye, The Shard, […]

Hear it Live! at Horniman Museum: a review

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On Tues 29 Dec, Masumi Yamamoto and Daniela Braun performed in the Music Gallery as part of Horniman Museum‘s Hear it Live! event series. Hear it Live! takes place on the last Tuesday of every […]

Imperial War Museum Highlights

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Open every day from 10am-6pm, the Imperial War Museum offers free admission to exhibits that tell the history of war and conflict from World War I to the present day. Filled with artifacts, photographs, letters, […]

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