Monthly Archives: June 2018

Watercolour Art Show 16 June

“Flowers and Parks” by Sarah Whitton at the Oasis Nature Garden. For details please download: SW invite Advertisements

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Leaf blowers in VG – more pollution than a car!

Every Wednesday morning come rain come shine, a dull, continuous droning sound, sometimes roaring to a crescendo is slowly moving along the pavements outside Rosewood House and Pippin Court opposite my house. Glancing out of my window, I observe a … Continue reading

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Lambeth’s tall buildings strategy vindicated by LSE research?

An article by Dave Hill http://www.onlondon.co.uk/who-is-living-in-the-nine-elms-homes/  based on research by the LSE  seems to vindicate Lambeth’s tall luxury buildings strategy – however, it’s conclusions merely indicate that a lot of buy-to-let activity is taking place, and there is a limit … Continue reading

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Rhythm Village community dance and movement festival until 17 June

RHYTHM VILLAGE – a community dance and movement festival supported by the EU based around  Vauxhall Pleaure Gardens (incl. Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, St Peter’s) https://www.rhythmvillage.org/ in Vauxhall 7th – 17th June! With a wide range of events around dance and a host … Continue reading

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Singing for Wellbeing – 7 Week programme from 12 June

A 7 week programme on Tuesdays, starting 12th June, 7.30pm in the Oasis Auditorium SE1 7QP £2 suggested donation – FREE to those on low income. Contactfelicity.maries@oasiswaterloo.org / 020 7921 4205 The Oasis also hosts a reduced services public library in accordance with Lambeth Council’s … Continue reading

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New Shoots Training Programme at Vauxhall City Farm

New Shoots training programme at Vauxhall City Farm starts again in June to help 18-25 year old unemployed people in Lambeth to move into work or education.  Vauxhall City Farm is a positive learning environment where participants experience engaging, enjoyable … Continue reading

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Kennington Chartist Project – 3 free walks from 14 June

“Will You Fight For it?” A Radical History walk. from Camberwell Green to Kennington Park A snapshot of Chartism in South London and other radical wanderings in the local rebellious past.

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