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Brockwell Park Events 2020: Drop-in Information Sessions

Herne Hill Forum has received details on the drop-in sessions being run by the organisers of the proposed events for Brockwell Park in 2020.

The dates and capacities of the proposed events are below:

 WIDE AWAKE – Friday 5th June (20,000 cap, maximum) 

MIGHTY HOOPLA – Saturday 6th June (25,000 cap, maximum) 

CROSS THE TRACKS – Sunday 7th June (20,000 cap, maximum) 

Festival seeks local young musician or band to join 29 act musical line-up

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.

Festival organiser Andy Gray from JOM says, “We are looking for someone (or group) brave enough to get up on stage and present themselves to an audience of 500 and perform 1 song. They do not have to be experienced as the line-up is about showcasing a variety of performances – they just have to be between 4 and 17 years old.”

More Blooming Herne Hill News

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 

On Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th, we've got a whole bunch of bloomin' lovely flowers arriving that will then need to be planted into the gorgeous new planters as well as the tree pits outside Brockwell park and once again, we need your help to make this happen.

Here's all you need to know:

Brockwell and Tooting Bec Lido water polo returns for 2019

Two of south London’s iconic Lidos have joined forces to host another summer of recreational water polo sessions for all ages, genders and ability levels set in scenic locations.  Brockwell Lido and Tooting Bec Lido will be the homes of the sessions, hosted by South London Swimming Club. Newcomers are welcome to try it out with a FREE intro session.

The season will also contain the first-ever outdoor water polo tournament in London, welcoming teams from as far away as Cambridge and featuring involvement from ex Team GB players.

Brockwell Park Events: Drop-in Consultation

After Field Day decided not to return to Brockwell Park in 2019, the other one-day event, Mighty Hoopla, proposes to return on Saturday 8th June, with a 19,999 capacity, and a new one-day event, Cross the Tracks, the following day (15,000 capacity). 

Mighty Hoopla and Cross The Tracks are hosting a drop-in session on Wednesday 27th February at the Half Moon Pub, Half Moon Lane, with both daytime and evening times available. Their full press release is enclosed below:

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Mighty Hoopla – Saturday 8th June

Parks Events/Field Day Feedback Sessions: 16th & 17th October

Many of you have been asking us about Brockwell Park and Field Day, namely:
- Is there any update on the planned public feedback sessions?
- What is going on with repair work in the park (see the photo above for evidence of broken gates) and the restoration of the grass?

Field Day and Lambeth were both invited by the Forum, as before, to take part in a public meeting which would be an opportunity for local residents to put questions to them.

Autumn Mushroom Foray in Brockwell Park

Now that autumn is in the air, how about a mushroom foray in Brockwell Park? On Sunday 14 October at 2pm, join Fabrice Boltho, Community Gardener at Myatts Fields Park Project Group, at the Clock Tower next to the cafe. He will take you for a leisurely walk through the fungi of the park. Do wear warm clothes and sensible shoes as the ground may be wet. 

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.

London's Mulberry Heritage: Belair, Brockwell & Myatt's Fields

The Museum of Walking have a walk coming up in National Park City Week (21-29 July) which passes through Herne Hill - a walkshop that covers three historic estates where mulberry trees were grown (and where some still survive): Belair Park, Brockwell Park & Myatt's Fields. 

Paintings of Herne Hill @ Wild + Lees

Celebrating all things SE24

Herne Hill artist, Steven Voss, pulls together the urbanity and bucolic tranquility of Herne Hill in paintings, largely rendered in oil, acrylic or pastel.  All based in and around Herne Hill and Brockwell park.

Now until 8th August

@ Wild + Lees

2 Half Moon Lane, Herne Hill, SE24 9HU

Tuesday - Wednesday 1-9pm
Thursday - Saturday 12-9pm
Sunday 11-6pm
Monday Closed

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