Travel & Transport
The Forum has received an update from Network Rail about the current repair works to the Half Moon Lane railway bridge. Full details of the letter are copied below.
Railway Improvement Works - Half Moon Lane Bridge, Herne Hill - UPDATE
Journey Makers are looking for volunteers for Herne Hill Station!
Journey Makers Volunteers are the friendly face advising and reminding people to wear face masks as we start to move back to work and use public transport. We are currently recruiting volunteers for this post.
Since the lockdown in March commenced, Max Roach One O' Clock Club - LCC have delivered, 4815 happy lunches, to 140 children, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Herne Hill is impacted by aircraft from both Heathrow and London City.
Train fun for autistic children at Herne Hill
For October half-term, Engine Shed is returning to Station Hall at Herne Hill station with its huge Brio, Tomy and Hornby train sets for autistic children to build and play with.
We'll be there on Wednesday 23 October from 1pm to 3pm.
Southwark Council have released an update on the first phase of consultation about their Healthy Streets project for Dulwich: you can read the summary report of Phase 1 here.
Herne Hill Forum and Mums for Lungs invite you to an open community meeting on 16th September at Herne Hill Baptist Church.
The focus will be on air pollution, traffic, and safety around the Herne Hill area, and the opportunities for developing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods locally.
An event has been organised on Thursday 25th July at the Effra Space (from 7pm) to promote the Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood Scheme.
Simon Phillips, Lambeth officer, will be presenting the Council transport improvement plans for the Railton Rd area.
Herne Hill Forum and the Station Hall team are delighted to be hosting a local history exhibition exploring the history of Herne Hill Station itself. Here's a bit more information from the curator and creator of the exhibition, Sarah Waite: