This year the free flower show is back – in person – at St Lukes church SE27 0HY. Lots of lovely flowers but also home baked cakes, art & handicrafts . If you are up for a challenge why not enter one of the many categories. The deadline to apply is Wednesday 1st Sept – 15p per entry.
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To find out about local summer activities for children, young people and families check out Lambeth’s web site:
Or you can download this brochure.
With the coronavirus lockdown reducing there are changing government guidelines every week. So do check regularly for the latest information.
Here is are examples of activities:
Lambeth Libraries programme includes the Summer Reading Challenge https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKLAMBETH/bulletins/292c570
Fun packed summer programme filled with engaging activities for young people aged 11 to 19 years.
Rathbone in West Norwood have fun-packed summer activities for young people aged 11 to 19 years. include Sports, Arts and Creative Crafts, Music, Dance, Media, Cookery, Trips and much more – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CEF Lyncx are offering 5 weeks of activities for children and young people aged 8 – 15 and volunteering/work experience opportunities for young people aged 16+ http://cefi.org.uk/home
Lambeth Autism Group (NAS Lambeth) will be hosting a range of online sessions this summer -contact: email@example.com
Inspirational Youth have a one week 3rd to 7th August Summer Club for Year 6 children transitioning to Year 7 – at Streatham Youth and Community Trust SW16 – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This Saturday and Sunday ( 5th & 6th October) Lambeth artists & crafts people open their studios to visitors 10am to 6pm. Free entry.
Our local artists in West Norwood include:
Megan Dowsett, Martin Grover, Wendy Horler and Liorah Tchiprout.
For details see; http://www.lambethopen.com/
Makerhood Norwood is new network of local makers – to support local making and skills, and promote new business and social opportunities for everyone interested in making.
- Makers, whether hobbyist and professional, who are looking to promote their work and meet other local makers;
- Projects and organisations working in art, craft, food or other-making related areas;
- Local residents who’d like to join us in running the project.
It’s completely free – please let us know on Eventbrite if you are coming.
More details at http://makerhoodwestnorwood.wordpress.com/