Due to unavoidable changes to the programme this year, the printed version contains some inaccuracies but our updated Pdf will help you plan for Events during the Heritage Festival this September. Please scroll down to download your copy.
An early event of the festival is the Local History Fair on Saturday 3rd September. There will be local history experts on hand, bookstalls, local society stands, walks and free illustrated talks. This is a great day out and an opportunity to learn about Lambeth’s diverse history.
This year’s Local History Fair will be held in St. John’s Waterloo Church, just a couple of
minutes’ walk from Waterloo Station.
Address: St. John’s Waterloo Church, 73 Waterloo Road SE1 8TY
About the Festival
Organised by Lambeth Archives and the Lambeth Local History Forum, the Lambeth Heritage Festival celebrates the diverse history of Lambeth, often focusing on some of the less well-known parts of our borough’s heritage. Most of the events in the programme are free and these include talks, films, author events, theatre, exhibitions, readings, walks and workshops.
Venues vary for different events, and locations are clearly stated on the programme. Some events need to be booked, so be sure to book your place early.
Download the Updated Programme
Since the programme was printed there have been some unavoidable changes to the programme. Enjoy browsing the updated programme and book the events of your choice.
Please click here to download the new pdf – or click the image of the cover below.
We look forward to seeing you at the Local History Fair!