What do Pete Townshend, Madness, Paul Weller, Sham 69 (pictured), The Damned, and Elvis Costello have in common? They’ve all played to tens of thousands of people in Brockwell Park. 150,000 people already attend a popular summer festival held every year in the Park – the Lambeth Country Show.
Herne Hill residents have launched new a website in response to Lambeth Council's proposal that Brockwell Park be turned into a venue for large commercial events in 2018, such as Field Day and Lovebox.
A chance to cut out the corporates and support your local businesses this Christmas. The annual Friends of Brockwell Park Winter Fair is on Sunday 3 December in Brockwell Hall (the cafe on the hill) between 11am and 3pm. Expect local gifts, beautifully handmade items and a lovely catch-up with your neighbours. Christmas shopping with a conscious and a chat.
It looks like Field Day and Love Box are both coming to Brockwell Park next year, with Field Day moving over from Victoria Park. Sally’s written to us on our Facebook mentioning getting a letter concerning a meeting to review plans put in place at 7pm on Monday November 20th at Herne Hill Baptist Church.
Over on our Facebook page, Emily has written in with concerns about a new storage development in Herne Hill: