Tag: herne hill

The importance of being organised

Do you have a to-do list that is never completed and clutter that just won’t go away? You should talk to Rachel Mitchell –...

Palestine protest back at Herne Hill

The local Palestine Solidarity Campaign group is organising another “Protest for Palestine” at the main gates of Brockwell Park in Herne Hill tomorrow (27...

Junior Open Mic provides a stage for young musicians

Herne Hill’s Off The Cuff venue will host six hours of free music from talented local young people on Sunday (16 January). Junior Open Mic...

Herne Hill Kids’ Lit Fest is coming

Some of the country’s best children’s authors, illustrators and book industry figureheads will take part in the third Herne Hill Kids’ Lit Fest. Supported...

‘Momentous win for clean air and common sense’

Local MP Helen Hayes (Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood) today (28 July) joined celebrations for the victorious #ScrapTheYard campaign. In a highly unusual, if not...

Traders petition council against Covid team ‘persecution’

Businesses around Herne Hill station have started a petition against their “persecution” by Lambeth council Covid officers. One of them is The Flower Lady, run...

Herne Hill tenants welcome council improvement order

The London Renters Union (LRU) has welcomed Lambeth council’s announcement that it will serve an improvement notice to compel the landlord of Dorchester Court...

Hedge with a serious message

We know that Jay Rayner’s Tweet of his neighbour Tony’s hedge in Herne Hill already has more than 30,000 likes. My neighbour Tony has found...

Have you seen this bike?

It’s not a bike you would miss, and South London NHS workers are keen to get it back to its owner, Oli McDonough. He has...

Rent support for businesses in railway arches

Businesses in the railway arches in Brixton and Herne Hill were told today by landlords The Arch Company that a support package put in...

UK first as rainbow crossing opens outside Brockwell Park

The UK’s first permanent rainbow crossing will open officially today (16 August) outside to the Herne Hill entrance to Brockwell Park. The crossing, which joins...

Jim Davidson gets (back) on his bike in aid of hospice

Herne Hill picture framer Jim Davidson (65 today), showed uncommon grit and determination on Saturday 28 June when he completed the 350-plus miles of...

New Exhibition: Identity! A Poly Styrene Retrospective

There is a new exhibition launching later this month at the 198 Contemporary Arts & and Leaning in Herne Hill from 17 May -...

Art trail is response to devastating 2013 flood in Herne Hill

A new public art trail will be launched in Herne Hill today (11 February) as part of a drive to revive local businesses, many...

Olley’s in last 10 for top UK chip shop award

Olley’s Fish Experience, the upmarket fish and chippy opposite Brockwell Park, is one of 10 finalists shortlisted by the Seafish Authority as the UK’s...

Pool Party: Lido Lates

Carina Murphy dives into Brockwell ‘Lido Lates’ Ah, Brockwell Lido. Where better to head in the sun-blasted hazy days of endless heatwave than South London’s...