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Public art trail launched to revive Herne Hill after devastating floods

Have you seen a flying boot, rabbit, hairpins, and what looks like a wig suddenly appearing across Herne Hill?  A number of metal art works have started to appear above shops, in the railway tunnel or inside the Half Moon pub.  They are part of “Flying Boots and Eyes on Fire”, a new public artwork celebrating the Herne Hill community’s resilience and revival after devastating floods in 2013, which left 58 businesses with losses in excess of £6.7m.

Coming Soon to Herne Hill Station: Free Ice Cream!

You may have noticed a new arrival inside Herne Hill Station: Minus 12 are opening a craft ice cream kiosk on Saturday 28th July, and to celebrate the opening day, they will be giving away FREE ICE CREAM!

Opening at 11am, there will be small tubs of ice cream available on the day (1 per person) until they run out. All ice cream is made on site daily in small batches using the highest quality natural ingredients, and all packaging is biodegradable, compostable or reusable. 

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