Herne Hill Christmas Fair


Join us on Railton Rd on Saturday 14th December for our annual Christmas Fair! There will be handmade crafts, vintage bargains, foodie gifts, hot food & seasonal drinks, live music, fun for the kids and lots more besides!

East Dulwich Christmas Cracker


East Dulwich Christmas Cracker will be full of fabulous festive spirit with musical entertainment, exclusive offers from the fantastic local traders, a wonderfully seasonal extended North Cross Road market and The Art Trail

Workshop: Negotiating Leases


In July Antonia Swinson, CEO, Ethical Property Foundation, wrote a piece for us on the challenges facing the voluntary sector in negotiating and managing property leases. We are delighted that Community Southwark has teamed up with UK’s leading property advice charity, the Ethical Property Foundation, and is delighted to offer a one-day property workshop on managing … Continue reading Workshop: Negotiating Leases

Creative Network Southwark


An event to share information and network with like-minded people in the creative sector. About this Event Community Southwark will be holding the next Creative Network meeting on 29th October at 2pm. We are delighted that the South London Gallery has kindly agreed to host this meeting. At this meeting the Council’s Culture & Events team will … Continue reading Creative Network Southwark

Democracy Fund 2019/20 – Now Open!


A new Democracy Fund is now open for applications. The fund is part of the council’s new Empowering Communities Programme for Southwark, which makes it easier for residents to discuss and get involved with the issues that directly affect them. The Democracy Fund is part of the new Empowering Communities Programme for Southwark, where local people … Continue reading Democracy Fund 2019/20 – Now Open!

A Black and British History: The Jamaican Slaves Who Abolished Slavery


Was it WILBERFORCE or WILL-BY-FORCE? That is the question! Trailblazing family historian and author Paul Crooks captivates his audience with his account of how he traced two of his African forebears. They were captured of the West Coast of Africa and enslaved on a sugar plantation in Jamaica, 200 years ago. When researching his ancestry, … Continue reading A Black and British History: The Jamaican Slaves Who Abolished Slavery