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YOGA WITH ANNA at Manor House Library

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The Grape Code at The Dirty South- 18 Oct

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Lee Manor Society AGM 2018

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A Street Party celebrating  the life of Jo Cox MP. Much needed. Date: 17 June Time: 2-5pm Location: Micheldever Road Se12 Join the Great Get Together on Micheldever Road for: Car boot sale Tea, cake, jam, goodies… Raffle Face painting Live music Chalk painting and crafts for kids Bring a picnic, pull up a chair …

Concerns about dangerous levels of air pollution in the forum area were recorded in the forum’s survey. You can type your postcode here to see pollution levels on your street. Government and councils are legally bound to reduce dangerous air pollution levels. Upcoming measures affecting Lee Forum’s Area – the Mayor of London proposes future public consultation on an ‘ultra low …

Your chance to get involved! Lee Forum is moving onto it’s next phase. We are looking for volunteers to work in a team, analysing evidence to consider what planning policies should aim to achieve in the draft objective areas below. If you would like to get involved please reply to info@leeforum.org.uk * Family & community …

Sing your Heart Out!  The Hither Green chapter of the London Soul Choirstarts its new summer term shortly.  at Trinity. Fun performances including with other choirs! Date: Mondays  from 7.30pm New Venue: Trinity School on Taunton Road. There are always fun live performances at prestigious venues,  including massed performances with other choirs!

Are you interested in running a group or club at Manor House Library? Please get in touch via info@mhlibrary.co.uk Pilates, Scouts, Arts and Crafts… the prestigious building is looking to fill its  new schedule. In addition, the Library is gearing up to reopen in the first week of May,  with new computers, network and IT …

A Neighbourhood Plan for Lee Monday 20th March, 7.30pm – 9.30pm Soul Cafe, 9 Leegate PROGRAMME 7.30        Welcome and Introduction 7.40        Some facts about the Lee neighbourhood area 7.50        What people said: Survey results Lee walkabout and maps 8.15        Exercise: What makes Lee special – in a sentence 8.25        Your map of Lee: What do …

SAT 4 MARCH 19.30h ST MARGARET’S, LEE and musicians from TRINITY LABAN CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC AND DANCE TRADING WITH CRAIG – FOLK BAND Trinity Laban students and alumni present an interactive and creative exploration of the colourful world of folk music. Wesley Frankel flute/whistle/banjo Niamh Sanders violin Jack Pennifold guitar Fin O’Hare accordion Lewis Reid …

Often hidden as it winds it’s way through Lee and Hither Green; come explore the River Quaggy with Lee Forum and Qwag Saturday 21st January 1.30-4.30pm Meet at the Arts Cafe in Manor Park Everyone welcome! Choose whether to walk next to or in the river (weather permitting). Quag will supply waders. If you would like some please …

On 7th January Lee Forum will be walking Lee High Road to discuss it’s inclusion in the developing neighbourhood plan.The walk is open to anyone with an interest in the past and future development of Lee High Road and it’s surrounding streets. The idea is to share what we know; understand what we don’t know and discuss options for the area in …

The Lee Green Open Studio event got off to a terrific start last week,  despite the weather. “We had lots of visitors, including many families,” says  David Weekes, chair of the highly popular event which  invites the public into the studios of working artists. “This weekend we look forward to another enjoyable two days of …