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Adding this to the Blackheath blog because the 108 bus goes almost all the way to the church.
I’m blogging on my phone so forgive typos…
Bow church finds itself in the middle of a very busy road that runs from Stratford to Mile End and beyond. It’s also where I sometimes get the 108 to Blackheath and isn’t far from Bow Church DLR and Bow Road tube station.
Next Saturday “Parallel Relay”, a project formed by a couple of artists, is putting on a free sound and light workshop in the afternoon, in the church, followed by an evening performance of the output from that.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to reserve a place.
Saturday 27 September 2014
Workshop / Experiments with light and sound 2.00 – 6.30pm
Performance / Light window and soundscape 7.30 – 8.30pm
Bow Church, 230 Bow Road
Probably kids from the Steiner school.
|We’re not short of railway stations in Blackheath with the main one in the village (well, it’s my main one, I might be being a bit village-centric here) but there’s one up near-ish to the Royal Standard called Westcombe Park (not to mention Lee, Lewisham, Kidbrooke, Charlton and the Woolwiches not that far away).
Blackheath station has had, for quite some time, a farmers’ market running on Sundays between 10 and 2pm but news has reached me today that there’s now one on Saturday’s at Westcombe Park station. Having been to Westcombe Park station (ooh – Maze Hill’s not far away either) a few times I’m struggling to imagine how practicable it might be to have stalls here as it’s a bit… hilly (in fact, I avoid the station in wet or icy weather). From memory there’s not a great deal of flat room… maybe there is and I need to check it out.
Anyway, I need to find a photo of an advert or more information. It’s probably available at the official Farmers’ Market website.
Has anyone been?
|I’ve deleted most of this email but you can sign up for your own copy at their website
http://www.blackheathcooks.com/ – there’s some stuff about Royal Wedding related activities, from which there is probably no escape 😉
|If you like Royal Wedding stuff and live near Blackheath, Charlton, Lewisham or Greenwich then you might like this. If you couldn’t give two hoots about royals or weddings then note the location for avoidance purposes 😉
There will be bunting and face painting and each of the shops is offering (a) a discount or a deal and (b) a raffle prize – see link below for more info.
Celebrate the Royal Wedding
at the Royal Standard
Support your local independent shops
at the Royal Standard and join in the
fun on Saturday 30 April 12noon-4pm
at our Royal Wedding Celebration!
FREE raffle tickets available from
Participating shops with every purchase
between Sat 23-Sat 30 April.
Special events and offers all week.
Prize Draw 3pm Saturday 30th.
Details at www.SettingTheStandard.co.uk
EDIT: Thanks to @nicferrier who pointed out that I’d rather duh-ly put 2009 in the title and yet, evidently, the wedding’s actually happening THIS YEAR. Fixed 🙂
Blackheath Art Society
Open Studios – Taster Exhibition
21st March – 14 May 2011
Mulberry Tea Rooms Charlton House
Charlton Road SE7 8RE
Tel: 020 8856 3951
Open Monday-Friday 9am – 10pm (tea rooms 9-4)
Saturdays 9am-5pm (tea rooms closed)
A chance to preview the work of 20 artists and designer makers taking part in the Blackheath Art Society 5th Open Studios.
Weekends 7-8 & 14-15 May 2011
Leaflets available from libraries and information centres or contact 020 8853 2259 / http://www.blackheathartsociety.org.uk