Made in Loughborough Junction exhibition goes to 198 Gallery
Made in Loughborough Junction, the photographic exhibition featuring local artists and makers working in Loughborough Junction, is getting a second showing with a new set of smaller prints on show at the 198 Gallery, at 198 Railton Road, SE24 0JT from Tuesday 9 September to Sunday 14 September
; opening hours are 10am to 6pm except at weekends when the times are 12pm to 4pm.
Look out too for a whole programme of events at 198 Gallery in September and October featuring artists working in Loughborough Junction all part of Building Communities in Coldharbour's Arts Collaborative.
Would you like to see a local market in Loughborough Junction?
Join members of Loughborough Junction’s fledgling business forum on Sunday 7 September
as we meet with the organisers of the West Norwood Feast. We’re planning to pick their brains so that we can organise a local market event in Loughborough Junction.
Everyone is welcome so come along and join us at the church on the square between Knight’s Hill and Norwood High Street.
Please let us know if you would like to join us, or give Amanda a call if you can’t find us on the day - call 07904 956239 or email
A busy autumn of events at Minet Library
Autumn looks set to be busy for staff and visitors to the Minet Library with an exciting series of films lined up, a fundraising coffee morning and a bake off competition. Read more
Making uncovered, Saturday 13 September
Ever wondered how to make your own hair conditioner, dye an egg or upholster a chair? Well now’s your chance to find out. Makerhood are hosting an exciting sounding event on Saturday 13 September giving you the chance to find out all of these things and more from the many talented makers based across Lambeth. Read more
Second local enterprise takes over old toilet block in Loughborough Junction
After a successful first month hosted by local start-up Recovery Arts, The Platform is now welcoming its second project to the space. Community focused enterprise Alifya Education Ltd provide classes and workshops to support children of disadvantaged families to achieve their maximum potential in schools. Alifya Education will be based in the old toilet block at 2 Ridgway Road until 19 September 2014. The block has been taken over by Meanwhile Space
and turned into a place where local entrepreneurs can try out their ideas.
The next business to take on the space will be The Grain Grocer, who will launching their pop-up shop selling re-fill organic wholefoods & ecological household products from 21 September through to 11 November 2014.
For more information please do drop in to the space or visit www.theplatformproject.com