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

Posted in Local news, Street Trees and Plants

Lambeth’s tall buildings strategy vindicated by LSE research?

An article by Dave Hill  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

Posted in Local developments, Vauxhall cluster of tall towers

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) 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. / 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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