News and Events from Brockley Society

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OUR NEXT EVENT:
Brockley Society Barbecue, Friday 5 July, 7.30pm, 
Hilly Fields Stone Circle
Bring friends and family – meet others from the Brockley area. Some food and refreshments are provided – and bring your own to cook on BrocSoc’s large barbecue. All welcome!
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FREE Taster Workshops at the Albany:

Interested in drama and having your say? Want to work with a professional cast & perform at the Albany?

Come to a taster to find out how:  Sat 6 July 10am–1pm & 2–5pm

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Brockley Open Studios

Saturday 6th July, 2.00 – 8.00pm

Sunday 7th July, 2.00 – 8.00pm

Monday 8th July, 5 – 8.00pm

Explore the rich variety of art on show in our artists’ homes and studios. Discover the influences of Goldsmiths and Camberwell colleges, alongside more traditional work.  42 artists are taking part; works on show include sculpture, prints and paintings. Download a map from www.brockleyopenstudios.co.uk

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 Mixed fruit hedge on Hilly Fields
Thanks to the work of BrocSoc’s tree wardens, the Tree Council has donated 40 metres of mixed fruit hedge – planted around the orchard in March. The hedge has made a good start, but  we need to keep it weeded and mulched for the first couple of years, after which it can fend for itself and give plenty of fruit and nuts.
We need  2 to 3 weeding sessions before the autumn and watering once a week if we get prolonged hot weather!
Email me if you can give an hour or two to help the hedge get established and I’ll forward it to our tree wardens
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The next Catford Broadway Market is Sunday 7 July 2013 – Celebrate our first anniversary!

Facebook http:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Catford-Broadway-Market/143688855771066.  Twitter https://twitter.com/CatfordBroadway

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Clare Cowen
Brockley Society

Brockley Street Trees blog:  http://brockleystreettrees.blogspot.co.uk/p/welcome.html

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Author: catherine

Part of the initial group that started thinking about our community space

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