To find out about local summer activities for children, young people and families check out Lambeth’s web site:
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 email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
Stalls near York Hill
West Norwood Feast is back on Sunday 7th April after its winter break ! The weather will be warmer at a welcome 16 degrees C too!
Markets & activities at Artisans’ Market (Chatsworth Way SE24 9HR), Food Fair (in the garden of St Luke’s church SE27 0DT), Retro Village (Rosebery’s 74-76 Knight’s Hill SE27 0JD), Family Hub (outside the West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre, Devane Way SE27 0DF) and Fresh & Green (along Norwood Road from the corner of York Hill SE27 9AF)
Free music & kids activities at Portico from 10am, Food Fair from 12noon, Artisans Market from 10am, Family Hub from 11am. Picturehouse Cinema is showing unique short local films at 11.30am . The Book & Record Bar has DJ 12noon to 2pm.
Activities on Sunday:
Queuing to see the vegetable sculptures
Now is the time to start thinking about your day out to this year’s Country Show 12noon to 8pm over the weekend 21st & 22nd July at Brockwell Park SE24 . Bring friends & family too.
The Main stage & Village Green host a wide range of musicians– something for everyone. And there are numerous other activities , entertainments, animals, food & drink and of course show piece entertainments at the Arena.
Why not enter some of the free competitions? Can you carve vegetables? Bake a cake? Grow flowers? Knit? The traditional & highly popular flower show has 83 competition classes! The Scarecrow competition is free to enter with a chance to win £100 first prize…
Last Years’s winning veg sculpture
Apply online by 14th July: http://lambethcountryshow.co.uk/getinvolved/
The Country Show changes a bit ever year. This year safety measures include searches at the 2 entry points (Herne Hill & Lido) so the show area has to be fenced within the park. Come early to avoid queues. Last entry 6.30pm. Entry remains free and unticketed.
To get to the Country Show please walk, cycle or travel by public transport ( 68 or 196 bus from West Norwood) . The only parking is for Blue Badge holders who apply in advance.
The British Home, in its historic building on Crown Lane SW16 3JB, is hosting a concert of light classical music at 3pm on Sunday 21st February. The Mark-Fitzgerald Orchestra will perform with pianist Stephen Dickinson.
Tickets £7/£5 including light refreshments. To book: http://www.britishhome.org.uk/events/view/british-light-music-at-the-british-home or call in at Yeatmans, 384 Norwood Road SE27 9AA.
South London’s newest acoustic music venue launches on Saturday 13th July 4pm to 8pm with Lotte Mullan , Yo Zushi, Simon Prager , Shadrack Tye, Jo Lepine, The Green Ravens and Jazzman John Clarke playing at Portico Gallery 23a Knights Hill SE27 0HS. Tickets £8.
Non-alchoholic refreshments! .http://www.folkofthewood.co.uk/
Councillors gave planning permission for a new pub at 13-17 Knights hill – to be called Knowles of Norwood
, which is the original shop name and still incorporated into the tiles of the entrance. The owners need to get a licence specifying the hours they can sell alcohol & have music etc. To see details of the licence application check out the council’s web page
The deadline for comments is Wednesday 20th January 2010 Attached photo – Jackie Meldrum reading licence notice displayed outside 13-17 Knights Hill
Councillors gave planning permission for anew pub at 13-17 Knights hill – to be called Knowles of Norwood, which is the original shop name and still incorporated into the tiles of the entrance. The owners need to get a licence specifying the hours they can sell alcohol & have music etc. To see details of the licence application check out the council’s web page:
The deadline for comments is Wednesday 20th January 2010
Cllr Jackie Meldrum reading licence notice displayed outside 13-17 Knights Hill
Southern Pride is re-opening as Scandals club and councillors will decide on the details of their alcohol and entertainment licence at a meeting on Tuesday 19th January at 7pm in the Town Hall in Brixton.