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.
Volunteering & Community
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.
JOM Micro Music Festival in Brockwell Park this autumn is seeking a young musician or band to join a line-up of 29 young musical acts. The festival is a celebration of young musicians from open mic events and youth music organisations.
Herne Hill based garden designer, Alexandra Hollingsworth, has created a ‘Suburban Sanctuary’ garden at BBC Gardeners’ World Live, an event which attracts over 100,000 visitors to the NEC in Birmingham and finishes this Sunday. Alex’s garden will also be featured on Gardeners’ World on BBC2 this evening, after which it will be available on iPlayer.
Take a canvas measuring 40m x 2m, add over 2,300 artists, eight local schools, a World Record attempt and lots of sticky paint - what could possibly go wrong?
Finding a home for the mural
"The Wonderful Walk mural has brought people from across Herne Hill together."
After two incredibly successful and fun days of planter making we are now onto the next step of our project - it's finally time to plant
253 Provost Company, Royal Military Police, based in Tulse Hill, are running open evenings for anyone interested in joining the Reserves. The soldiers within 253 routinely support the Regular Army, providing individual support across a breadth of operational roles in the UK or abroad.