Brockwell Community Partners

New Brockwell Park festival offers young people chance to perform

Organisers of the JOM Micro Festival in Brockwell Park on 16th September are extending the 20 act line-up to offer 3 additional single song slots to young people who wish to experience the buzz of performing with full sound equipment and a sound engineer. For further details or to apply email info.jomfest@gmail.com.

When a Biodiversity Assessment is Just a Chat on the Phone

At the meeting on 18th January to discuss the proposed Field Day and LoveBox music festivals in Brockwell Park this summer, Lee Fiorentino of Lambeth's Events Department made some very encouraging statements about Biodiversity and Brockwell Park, as I am highlighting below. For why the biodiversity of Brockwell Park is so important, and Lambeth Council's legal requirements to safeguard it, see Helen Firminger's comprehensive article posted 21-1-18:

https://brockwellparkcommunitypartners.org.uk

Locals start campaign against Brockwell events

Herne Hill residents have launched new a website in response to Lambeth Council's proposal that Brockwell Park be turned into a venue for large commercial events in 2018, such as Field Day and Lovebox.

www.brockwellstreets.org 

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