St Faiths

Calling all St Faith's neighbours: please give us your views

We'd love your views on St Faith’s Community Centre in Red Post Hill in order to make it an even better place to meet, learn and relax. Our consulation is almost coming to an end and your thoughts will make a big difference to us.

Dulwich & District Twins Club Nearly New Sale for SCBU - Sat. Sept 27th

Dulwich and District Twins Club Nearly New Sale - Saturday 27th September 2014 10am-12am at St Faiths Centre, bottom of Red Post Hill, Herne Hill/North Dulwich, refreshment available. Profits to King's College Hospital Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU).

Countdown to the Herne Hill Music Festival - starts Friday!

We've begun the countdown to the Herne Hill Music Festival! It all kicks off this Friday, October 11th with Blues & Gypsy Jazz Night at The Prince Regent featuring Alan Glen and Steve Morrison! It's going to be a 9 day festival of classical, jazz, folk and other "lighter" music ... which, according to HHMF founder Alan Taylor, basically means it isn't a rock/pop fest. But there's loads on for every preference and across a range of easily accessible venues - folk legend Wizz Jones at The Prince Regent (last year we featured a jazz legend, Stan Tracey), a Mozart opera at Methodist Hall, a Choral Evensong + other free events, Family Concerts, jazz gigs at The Cambria, our Composition Competition (as close to classical X-Factor as you're going to get!) and a Baroque Ball at St Faith's to close the Fest on October 19th. If you haven't had a flyer through the letterbox, you can usually pick one up at Brockwell Lido, or check out Festival listings online: www.hernehillfestival.org

Koruso! & London Consorts of Winds special family concert Oct 13 for HerneHillMusicFestival

Koruso! Community Choir (@korusosouthwark) & London Consorts of Winds take turns for a special family concert on Sun Oct 13 (4-6pm) as part of the #HerneHillMusicFestival, St Faith's Church in Red Post Hill SE24 9JQ.

Koruso! began in Oct '08 as a Southwark Council initiative to promote community cohesion. Members come from all walks of life and all across Southwark. The London Consorts of Winds are a group of wind instrument ensembles and are sometimes called the Ancient and Modern Consort because LCW plays new music and especially arranged early music. In this concert the ensemble will perform a wide variety of engaging pieces from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Get more details on our website: http://at.orpheusweb.co.uk/Festival/?page=programme&id=2013-10-13&id2=60


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