With spring in the air, it's the April Friends of Brockwell Park fundraising car boot sale. Come along, meet the neighbours and buy some stuff (9am to 1pm, Lido car park, Sunday 8 April). We are open to the public from 9am. There's a refreshment stall and free parking in Dulwich Road.
Markets & Festivals
Tom Cox is an artist born and raised in Herne Hill and currently based in Tulse Hill. He normally aims to paint scenes with a balance of human activity and architectural angularity.
This is his recent painting of Brockwell Park, a space very much in local news recently in connection with Lambeth Council.
This Friday spring comes to Dulwich Village with the start of the Easter Egg Hunt featuring 30 beautiful eggs created by local artists.
This six-week course offers an overview of basic Buddhist concepts and principles and an exploration of two core meditation practices that bring about self-awareness, change and spiritual insight.
The organisers of the Field Day festival in Brockwell Park have 500 FREE tickets allocated per day for local residents on Friday 1st June and Saturday 2nd June 2018.
Community group Brockwell Tranquillity is launching a fundraising campaign for a legal challenge to Lambeth Council’s decision to allow the Field Day music festival to take over Brockwell Park in early June.