Heritage Festival 2023 Week 2

Festival Events Week 2Festival Exhibitions

Exhibitions in September that are open during the Lambeth Heritage Festival that we think will be of interest to residents of Clapham and relevant Walks in the area during week two.

  • Until Tuesday 19th September
    Windrush Photography – Exhibition 10.00am -5.00pm
  • Until Sunday 10th September
    Over A Barrel: Windrush Children Exhibition Thurs- Sat10.00am 6.00pm
  • Sunday 12.00am-5.00pm
    Thursday 14th to Saturday 30th September
    The Living House Exhibition 12.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Until Sunday 1st October
    The unearthed collective – Exhibition 10.00pm – 5.00pm

Walks During Week Two

Friday 8th September
Welcome to West Dulwich
Walk TIME: 1.45pm
Meet at West Dulwich Station, Thurlow Park Road, SE21 8HN
The little house built by a master plasterer as a showcase for his skills, the building that would not be out of place in an episode of Poirot, the pub where Thomas Harris died, as reported in newspapers across the UK, the boulevard that leads to nowhere, and more.
£12 Booking: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/665666445257

Saturday 9th September
Plant Survey of West Norwood Cemetery
Walk TIME: 11.00am
Meet at Main entrance West Norwood Cemetery,
Norwood Road SE27 9JU
Take part for about 90 minutes in the ongoing survey of the wild flowers growing in the Cemetery organised by the SLBI with Amanda Tuke and Roy Vickery. All welcome regardless of ability.
FREE Booking not required Contact: info@slbi.org.uk

Sunday 10th September
The History of Clapham Common
Walk TIME: 2.30pm
Meet at the Bandstand on Clapham Common SW4 0AB
Tom Jansz leads this walk, tracing the history of Clapham Common from medieval grazing ground through place of recreation for eighteenth century incomers who built villas around it, transformation from rural village to Victorian suburb, home of some notable residents, to its important community role in WW2, and today’s green heart of a thriving, multi-cultural area.
FREE Booking essential with tom.jansz@hotmail.co.