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HG Food: A very Span-ish pop Up- 29 Sept!

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Blackheath Society films talk- by BFI Historian 12 Oct.

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Blackheath celebrates 200 years of Culture

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A Valencian Foodie Pop- up:  Following their last successful evening, and for one night only, Span-ish  will be taking over the kitchen at Home & Kids Cafe and Store. Date: 29th September Time: 8pm Location: Home & Kids Cafe,  121 Lee Rd, Blackheath, SE3 9DS Chef Lilly was born in the UK , brought up in …

Blackheath: Permission has been granted for a new ‘Pop-up Library’ at Blackheath Station. The Friends of Manor House Library are helping to stock this new project. If you have books you’d like to donate please  email info@ourhithergreen.com for the Hither Green delivery address!

BACK TO BLACKHEATH – coming to you on Thursday October 12th Steven Foxon, the curator of Non-fiction films at the BFI National Archive, will tell us more about it and what went on there. Many have wondered about the interesting building with the blue plaque at the end of Bennett Park. This was the home …

October sees The Blackheath Society and Friends of Blackheath Halls hosting a short season of events celebrating 200 years of local cultural entertainment in Blackheath. Over the centuries, local residents have made a lasting contribution to Blackheath’s social and cultural life with fashions for amateur dramatics and opera, Turkish bazaars, scientific demonstrations and even roller-skating! …

Hundreds of easy to grow plants, for indoors and out, window boxes, pots or garden borders.Reliable free flowering, gorgeous colours. Date: Saturday 25th April 2015 Time: 10 am to 4pm Location: Age Exchange Centre, 11  Blackheath Village SE3 9LA. Plant Sale: Surfina petunias, blue bacopa, pelargoniums, brachycome, silvery foliage, herbs, vegetables, tomatoes, alpines, fuchsias, small …

Date: Saturday 22 November Time: 3pm Location:  The Recital Room, Blackheath Halls, Lee Terrace SE3 The Sea Legs Puppet Theatre are putting on a much loved family favourite at Blackheath Halls. The Oscar Wilde classic tells the tale of a miserly Giant who builds a wall around himself and his beautiful garden keeping out all …