Take Control of Life by Better Training Solutions
Early bird tickets for a new mastery course at Manor House Library in Lee.
Date: 20-22 April
In this 3 day course you will identify and then work on whatever area of your life is stopping you being the person that you want to become or achieving what you want in your life.
You will look at your relationship with money, achievement, pride, love, family and health as well as areas such as business growth and personal growth as appropriate for you.
In a completely safe and supportive environment you are empowered to understand where you are now, define what you want and then identify how to make the changes you need.
Work will be in small groups with lots of support from facilitators.
Gin Tasting- Gin Club on Tour!
Forest Hill Gin Club is coming to Manor House Library with Mean London Dry Gin!
“A juniper and sherberty citrus flavour!”
Saturday 8 July, 7.30pm
Manor House Library, Old Road SE12
Competition: For a chance to win 2 Tickets-
It’s a Volunteer work day this Saturday at the Springbank Road Community Garden. The garden is being judged for London in Bloom next week and we’d love some help sprucing and titivating and also clearing up after these buffeting winds.
11am Saturday @ The Springbank Road Community Garden
Any time you can offer will be much appreciated!
We have gloves and tools or you can bring your own!
You may recall several years ago, Heidi Alexander MP successfully lobbied for the Department for Transport to include Hither Green in the AccessFor All programme to improve commuter access at train stations.
However, a couple of months back this extra funding for lifts and improved ramps was postponed by up to 5 years.
On Friday 28th April, Heidi will be joining campaign group Transport for All to protest for better access for disabled and older people; local people are invited to join the protest
Friday 28th April
Hither Green Station
Time: 14.00- 15.00
The group will be protesting at Hither Green and the other seven London stations which also recently had long-promised access works postponed.
More information: http://www.transportforall.org.uk/…/join-us-to-fight-rail-a…
To celebrate World Rivers Day, the QWAG Action Group are hosting a Duck Race on in Manor Park on Sunday 27 September.
Route: The ducks will race from the Longhurst Road Bridge to the Dermody Road Bridge!
Meet at The Arts Cafe in MANOR PARK (not Manor House Gardens!)
Quack quack, Good luck!
The Hither Green Community Association is committed to improving the environment around the train station.
To that end we are working with the Woodland Trust to plant tree and shrub saplings on Springbank Road embankment.
Date: Saturday 7 March
Time: 11am- 2pm
Location: Meet Platform 1 entrance to Hither Green Station, on Springbank Road SE13 6SS.
We will be planting saplings, clearing bramble and making new loggeries to encourage more hedgehogs to colonise the embankment.
Lunch, safety boots, and equipment will be provided.
Clothing: Jeans/ thick trousers, long sleeves and layers!
Sorry, over 18s only please.
Lewisham Mandarin Club is hosting a community Chinese New Year celebration in Hither Green.
Date: Sunday 8 March
Location: St. Swithun’s Church Hall, St. Swithun’s Road SE13 6QE.
Schedule of events.
|12.00pm Event starts with crafts and some games
12:30pm Tea and dumpling making
1.00pm Dance, music and Kung Fu performance 1
1.15pm Beijing opera (“San Cha Kou”) appreciation
1.50pm Mandarin workshop for children
2.00pm Kung Fu workshop
2.30pm Chinese calligraphy introduction
2.45pm Dance, music and Kung Fu performance 2
3:00pm Mandarin workshop for teenagers
3.15pm Dance workshop
3:30pm Chinese calligraphy workshop
Local mums Cindy Kwek and Nicole Newton-Williams met at a local playgroup three years ago. Nicole asked Cindy if she would teach her children Mandarin and what started in a living room is now a growing after-school club at St. Swithun’s Church Hall in Hither Green.
Working with teachers from Goldsmith’s Confucius Institute they offer a varied and enjoyable curriculum for young students.
Join the dancers and teachers from Goldsmith’s Confucius Institute who have been invited to perform and teach.
Come and jot your wish down for our wishing tree, write some characters and make a lantern! There should be something for everyone at our event!
Inspired by Brighton’s Seedy Sunday, we’re having a BIG Seed Swap at the Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden in Deptford this coming Saturday
Date: Sat 21 February
Venue: Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden, Reginald Road, SE8 4RS
How It Works: Bring your old seeds to swap for something new.
It’s a great chance to fill your garden for FREE while saving £££!
We’ve also got some lovely experts doing gardening workshops too!
- 5 Easy veg to grow in containers -by Dig This Nursery,
- Grow/ Your Own Bouquets– by Flowers by Shamini
- Gardening for wildlife- by Alison Marsden
- Gardeners’ Questions with Alison Marsden of Woolly Green and Gardening by Design
Our Amazing Venue: The Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden in Deptford were winners of an ITV People’s Millions Award in 2014. This former primary school is now creating fantastic, natural play spaces for children and run exciting workshops in den-making and imaginative play. They even have a tree house!
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