Lambeth’s Heritage Festival is taking place throughout September with at least one event each day. This year everything is online so book your free real time place early!
See the full programme here: https://love.lambeth.gov.uk/lambeth-heritage-festival-2020/
There are virtual walks, archive film screenings, talks, podcasts, virtual reality films, banner making and drawing workshops, discussion groups, virtual building tours and author interviews – hopefully there should be something for everyone.
A big thanks to Lambeth Archives, the Lambeth Local History Forum and local groups for setting up this event.
September is Lambeth Heritage Festival with over 60 events covering “The Lost Rivers of Lambeth”, “Some Lambeth Anniversaries”, “Architecture and Landscape”, “Culture and Recreation” and “People”. The highlights include walks along the Thames Foreshore and the hidden courses of the River Effra and Falcon Brook, linked with an exhibition “Water Lambeth” at Morley College.
Lambeth Archives Open Day on 26th September is a mix of local society stalls, talks and film with The South London Press celebrating its 150th anniversary.
See our events page for details of local events: Cemetery tours, Clockwork Museum, River Effra, Henry Tate Gardens, architecture of 1970s,and Crystal Palace Football Club. Booking essential for many events . Check out full details in the brochure or go online to http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/leisure-parks-and-libraries/libraries/lambeth-heritage-festival-2015
Jackie Meldrum with Heritage Festival booklet
Lambeth Archives, together with the Lambeth Local History Forum, are holding a month long heritage festival this September – a rich mix of mainly free events taking place all around the borough – with a focus on the commemoration of the centenary of the First World War.
See our event pages for Norwood events . More details at http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/leisure-parks-and-libraries/libraries/heritage-festival or pick up a Heritage Festival booklet in the library.