Details about Kellet Road Street party June 2016
The motto of the tale is to “Keep chipping your pets’: ‘Misty’ was returned to a local neighbour after being taken by the finder and investigation by Brockwell Vets to discover his chip.
Thanks to those who put up posters emailed friends.
‘Misty’‘Patch’ the other cat who mysteriously turned up in Rattray Road is still being looked after contact us if you recognise this black and white bundle of fun.
Further fun can be had in June with Kellet road Street party to get involved contact Jo Sloman by email : firstname.lastname@example.org
I know you might not qualify for this but (if you know anyone under18 who wants to write plays please forward) I am sending this email about ‘Young Voices’ as there is a link to 16feet Theatre production organisers ‘First Draft’ last year’s young writers competition which took place at Brixton Library. These master classes are at Brixton Community Base Talma Road SW2 1AS for under 18 year olds first class Friday March 11th.6.30 Lambeth Young Voices Press Release 3(1)
When: Friday 11th March (6 – 8pm)
A free Masterclass in playwriting with Andrew Walsh: an award-winning writer/director with credits across film, television, theatre, radio, animation and videogames. http://www.andrewwalsh.com
in partnership with Brixton Youth Theatre www.brixtonyouththeatre.com
Sees a Community Day 11am-4pm event by local community groups.’Not for profit but Fun to be had’
The plan of the day will be released shortly but there will be something for everyone.
Horticultural, Heritage , Creative and Environmental via Freshview links to Friends of Windrush Square. Friends of Windmill Gardens in their bicentenary
Friends of Tate library and Brixton Society will be present, Vida Walsh Centre Age UK.
Creative Writing Author in the library Ravinder Randhawa indoors, an inclusive Qui Gong session outdoors c/0 Friends of Tate library.
Arts and crafts and Lamonte Johnson ‘Bling Ya Bike’, Lambeth Young Co-op and stalls highlighting issues in the square.e.g. suggested Memorial to West Indian Serviceman and a proposed Mosaic will be on display along with other ways to brighten up the square . Volunteers welcome to get in touch with Friends of Windrush Square : email@example.com or Friends of Tate Library Brixton; firstname.lastname@example.org who are still involved with the library campaign http://www.defendthe10-lambeth.org