Organised by the local children had some table top stalls for our Rattray Road Play Street Yard Sale Sunday 28h. June went well despite weather .Next one is July 26th. Volunteers always welcome. contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or just come along and join in Children welcome to reclaim the street, with a little help from Adults.
Fun and Games assured. We aso had a call out for helpers for this years Probert Road Street Part y1st August they are having a meet up Monday 6th July 7.30pm at Brixton Community base, Talma Road. Go and meet discuss give suggestions to Shezhnaz The main things they need help with are:
1. Sourcing a sound system for the bands, but they can play
acoustic if needs be
2. Sourcing a drum kit for the bands, but they can do without if needs be
3. Sourcing a stage for the band
4. Kids entertainment ideas, we’ll be having a bouncy castle and
paddling pool, but would like face painters/cartoonists if possible,
any contacts or suggestions welcome
5. Entertainment for adults, we’ll have a salsa dance class,
table tennis table, volleyball/badminton net, other ideas welcome
6. Food stalls, we’ll have a BBQ and have asked neighbours to
bring a dish, but we need to know what the legality is for caterers
selling food on the street.
Wind in the Willows – Walled Garden, Brockwell Park 25th July-2nd August or Streatham Rookery Gardens 13th-16th August Would you be willing to have a board advertising ‘Wind in the Willows’ outside your home? These will be from an estate agent (probably Pedder) promoting the show in the same way they advertise school fetes. The boards would go up around 11th July (1st August Streatham) and come down week following the production (so w/c 3rd August Brockwell – Streatham w/c17th August). If you know anyone in the Brixton/Herne Hill?Streatham
If you would be happy to do this please let me know – we haven’t done this before and it could really help with promoting the show. If you would rather not we completely understand.
Thanks Caroline 07958 448690 (16feet productions are local. ed.)
They were collating views earlier this month if you have a chance get in touch 0207 7039630 or email@example.com
We are doing research into what Brixton residents think about the Somerleyton Road development. We have been asked to do this by igloo who are the development managers for Somerleyton Road.
We have set up a website where people can let us know what they think about the development.
On Sunday 28th June from 2-6pm we will be closing Rattray Road for our monthly Street Play. This month children are invited to bring a table and have a table top sale.
Please let your friends know !
MADD for Brockwell Park is pleased to present music, storytelling and art inspired by The Great North Wood on Sunday 14th June at the Performance Space by Brockwell Hall.
The event – an initiative of local artists Zoe Burt and Sarah Glover – is free and open to all local residents between 1pm and 5pm.
See you there!
Dates for Diary
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Alsp please : Check out the best of Lambeth’s writing talent at Brixton Library this Fri & Sat! For tickets: contact: http://www.sixteenfeet.co.uk call 07958448690 or go to the Library
Caroline of Rattray Road’s Sixteen Feet are organising. It was great last year some plays written by under 21yr olds. Prize awarded after judging
No More Starmix by Conor Carroll • The Body by Olu Alakija • Fault by Holly Robinson
Surveillance by David Lydon • It’s My Party by Poppy Corbett • The Malteser Falcon by Chazz Redhead
Readers prize to Fluteman by Sandra Wareham and Under 21 prize The Lilies to Riona LMillar
Professional capabilities on our doorstep.