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Open house at The Capitol 18 August 2011

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As part of London Open House weekend, The Capitol on London Road is arranging tours to see bits of the Art Deco building they don’t normally allow the public into on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September. If you’re interested you need to book a place by phoning 020 8291 8920.

Saving Honor Oak Rec 19 April 2011

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Millennium Green event: Free May Day Kids’ Event with Bedlam Bunch interactive shows 18 April 2011

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News just in about an event organised by one of the groups supported by Forest Hill ward’s Locality Fund: the Friends of Millennium Green.

Kids May Day Event

Albion Millennium Green (end of Albion Villas Road, SE26)
Sunday May 1st 2011, 12 noon – 3pm

The Bedlam Bunch Children’s Theatre

Rocket Ron and Fairy Fidget crash land in their space rocket at the Green. An adventure awaits as they discover what Spring time means in this magical place. What will they learn? Who will they meet? And can the children help them rebuild their space rocket in time to get home…?

Show times 12.00pm and 2pm

Children aged 3 – 8 years and parents welcome.

Bring your own picnic lunch (1.00pm – 2.00pm)

Face Painting – Squirrels, Badgers, Foxes and Hedgehogs galore (small charge applies)

May Kings and Queens, Cup Cakes, More Entertainment (tbc)

Volunteer Helpers and Stewards are welcome from 9am – 3pm. Please call Roz on 07846 068 583 if you can help.

Please Note: There are no toilet or wash room facilities on Millennium Green. Local residents have offered private facilities for emergencies.

Please wear sturdy shoes and warm clothes.

For more on Albion Millennium Green see;

http://www.amgfriends.org.uk/

Public Art in Forest Hill 13 January 2010

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Exciting piece of news from the Horniman Museum, where they’re looking for local residents to help create a new piece of public art in Forest Hill.

Deptford collective, Artmongers, has been chosen to deliver the piece which will transform the wall adjacent to Sainsbury’s on London Road. The art work, which has been funded by Sainsbury’s, will use objects from the Horniman as inspiration and Artmongers want your ideas!

You’ll need to commit to three Artmongers workshops at the Museum, these will be informal and fun and will take place:

  • Tuesday 26 January 7 – 9pm – Hands on Base (research / object selection)
  • Sunday 31 January 3.30 – 5.30pm – Education Centre (design)
  • Sunday 7th February 3.30 – 5.30pm – Education Centre (further design / making)

If you’d like to be involved please e-mail marketing with Artmongers in the subject line. Space is limited and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.