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Herne Hill Station, a local landmark and a historical treasure trove

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:

The Herne Hill Mural - More News...

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

  • Gathering over 2,000 people together in one place to paint on a huge colour-by-numbers canvas required a particular location. Thanks to the lovely people at Southeastern Rail, we were allowed free occupancy of their disused waiting room on the first floor of Herne Hill Station.

Finishing the painting

Armistice Centenary in Herne Hill, Sunday 11th November

There will only ever be one Centenary of the First World War Armistice. On that day, Sunday 11 November 2018, we hope you will join us at Herne Hill's popular market. We are currently in the process of organising a one-minute silence at 11am, to be followed by a short choral concert.

Meanwhile, thanks to our friends at Southeastern Railway who operate Herne Hill station, we are working on the design of information panels for installation in the ticket hall of the Station. There will also be panels at Charter School North Dulwich.

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