Listen to the River: a new musical inspired by John Ruskin

Herne Hill Heritage Walks, September 2019

You are warmly invited to join local historian, Robert Holden, for
three walks following the Herne Hill Heritage Trail, the award-
winning, 168 page book published by the Herne Hill Society, which
will be available on the day from the leader at £8.00, or online from
the Herne Hill Society at £9.50.

If necessary, a megaphone will be used to ensure that everyone can hear.
Saturday 14 September 2019 at 2.30

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:

Herne Hill's Great War

Dan Hill is a full-time military historian who works as a battlefield guide across Europe and a historical consultant and researcher for some of the UK's leading military charities, broadcasters and commemorative organisations.

In this illustrated talk, the final event in Herne Hill Society and the Charter School's "Remembering Herne Hill 1914-18" research project, Dan looks in detail at just six of Herne Hill's war casualties, each of whom took part in one of the six key battles of the war.

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. 

“The Honourable Member for Norwood” by Helen Hayes MP - Thomas Lynn Bristowe Memorial Lecture

Sat 9 June, 7:45pm
“The Honourable Member for Norwood” by Helen Hayes MP
Thomas Lynn Bristowe Memorial Lecture

The Story of a Lambeth Midwife

“Seven o’clock and Not a Baby Bathed: The Story of a Lambeth Midwife”

A talk by Robert Holden for the Herne Hill Society

Wed 9 May 2018, 7:45 – 9:30pm 

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