Volunteering & Community
Are you looking for office space for your charity, start-up or project? Are you tired of commuting all the way into town to use your desk space? Would you prefer to use facilities where you know you are contributing to a fantastic cause (as well as gaining top notch space for yourself)?
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:
Do you have children who would love to take part in games, fitness and days out during the summer holidays? Are they interested in making new friends and healthy eating? The St Faith's Summer Playscheme runs between 29 July and 9 August and welcomes children between six and 11 years old. It is low-cost and there are concessionary places for families that need them.
It's with great sadness that Brockwell Lido Users have announced the sudden passing of CJ Faucher, BLU’s Chairperson, on Friday 21st June. CJ was a dear friend and a vital member of our Lido community. A fixture in the gym, CJ unified Lido users by constantly trying to improve Lido services and by pioneering innovative events.
Station Hall and Get Rid of And Donate are launching a Stay and Play session at Station Hall on Thursday mornings: come and meet other families, play and chat, and make use of the toy/book library to either take a toy home if you'd like, or bring one in to swap.
Thursdays from 10am-midday from today!
Cross the Tracks and the Mighty Hoopla have announced their Community Fund for 2019.
The fund consists of guestlist contributions paid by all attendees on the events guest list, and any profit from the eco glitter sales from the event days.
It's that time of year again, Herne Hill Forum are looking back on the first half of 2019 with many things to celebrate already: the completion of the underpass renovations, the installation of the Flying Boots art trail, the launch of Station Hall as a community venue for Herne Hill, and new gardening projects under way.
Join the Baytree Centre and Herne Hill Welcomes Refugees for an event on Thursday 20th June to celebrate Refugee Week. Free and open to all.
A member of the family settled in the area by Herne Hill Welcomes Refugees will give an opening speech and talk about her experiences arriving in the UK, followed by a dramatic performance 'The Journey' by the ESOL students and singing.