Tulse Hill by Alan Piper
20 January 22
Explore the history of the extensive area between Brockwell Park and Brixton Hill in an illustrated talk by Alan Piper. Some landmarks from the early 19th century estate can still be found among later developments in this overlooked slice of SW2. Once a sprawling agricultural estate between Herne Hill and Streatham, its first identity was as a select residential suburb in the mid-19th century, then fragmenting into several distinct areas and estates in the course of the 20th century, with different influences pulling at each corner.
The title of this illustrated talk on Thursday 20 January at 7pm is Tulse Hill.
Update – June 2022
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The talk is Free to attend and is online only. It is held on Zoom so please book your place in good time!
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About this talk
Continuing the Spring Program of Monthly History talks, the speaker in January is Alan Piper of the Brixton Society. Talks are scheduled with a variety of speakers and subjects at 7pm on the third Thursday of each month from November 2021 to March 2022.
Lambeth History Unlocked Talks are Organised in Partnership with the Local History Forum.
Photo in Image: The Tulse Hill Hotel, photograph by William Strudwick, c1870