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Gallery/publication studio/cafe in Brunswick Park, SE5
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The Bower Jun 20
Yes residents! Keep ‘em coming. Locals maintaining a hostile environment to our least favourite neighbour
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The Bower Jun 14
Ughhh his presence is like a dark poisonous cloud over our beautiful 🦠
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SE5 Forum Camberwell Jun 12
Camberwell Banners - support our Spacehive campaign to celebrate our area with high street banners and get a free Travel Guide to Camberwell. If we get 150 pledges by 18 June, the Mayor of London could matchfund our campaign. To pledge as low as £2:
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Southwark Park Galleries Jun 11
Durational Reading Group begins their year-long residency . Can't wait to see the events from this year's research!
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Art Licks Jun 6
New work by Oona Grimes, 'Hail the new Etruscan 3', now open Runs from 6 June - 21 July, Wed-Sun 12-5pm
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The Bower Jun 5
Sun’s out in See you tonight for the opening of Hail the new Etruscan 3 by Oona Grimes 🥂 6-9pm
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Burgess Park Jun 2
Wonderfully encouraging report from - if managed well, inner city parks like can provide homes for - even African migratory species!
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Camberwell Arts May 28
🦋 Camberwell Banners 🦋 is a community proposal to install raised banners on lamp posts lining Denmark Hill - locally designed to represent and advertise what makes Camberwell great. See more here to support the campaign:
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FVU May 30
’s new film PHX [X is for Xylonite], using 3D scanning & 16mm film to explore plastics’ invention in east London, now showing part of
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The Bower May 29
Oona Grimes, Hail the new Etruscan 3, opens Wed 5 June 6-9pm. It’s also our 1st birthday - there will be fizz, there will be cake 🎂 🍾
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South London Gallery May 21
Join us for a weekend 31 May – 2 June at the with artists, activists, historians and local residents to celebrate and interrogate south London’s dynamic heritage. Read more:
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NorthcrossNel May 20
The fountain in Brunswick Square c1905. Originally the space was only for use by the residents of the square but became a public park in 1907.
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Brunswick Park TRA May 19
Please come to our TRA General Meeting on Monday 20th May, 7-9 pm. We will be discussing proposals to create a new community-led plan for Camberwell in which you can get involved; Policing in our ward; Veolia will be talking all things bins and
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TINTYPE Gallery May 16
PHX (X is for Xylonite) - Frances Scott’s commissioned film for Raw Materials: Plastics ⁦⁩ Nunnery Gallery. Beautiful fusing of laser scanning and photogrammetry techniques.
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BBZ London Apr 30
We are over the moon to announce that submissions are NOW OPEN for our Alternative Graduate Show 2019 with Media Partner ! Check out for more info.
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Glengall Wharf Garden Apr 30
We’re hiring - again! We need a Lead Food Grower (paid) and trainee food growers (volunteers) to resume our Thursday session. For more information, see the previous tweet. 🌽
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Glengall Wharf Garden Apr 29
Come join the hen party. 🐔 We’re looking for volunteers to come and help care for our lovely hens, especially on weekdays. It usually only takes around 30 minutes. It’s a quick feed, water and clean. If you’re interested you can send a direct message here.
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The Bower Apr 29
please spread the word 🙏🌿
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The Bower Apr 29
Replying to @TheatrePeckham
maybe some of your young people would be interested?
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The Bower Apr 29
We are looking for local children aged 9-11 years to take part in our Bower Builders workshop ‘Leaves Remain’ with Rose Nordin from this Saturday 4 May 1.30-4pm. Free! More info on our website
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