Dear Friends of Telegraph Hill Park
You may be aware that there is no Friends’ meeting scheduled at the moment, the last having taken place on April 8th. This has happened for various reasons, including some members moving away or resigning due to other commitments. As past chairs, we feel it is important to keep the lines of communication with Glendale and Lewisham active in order that the park continues to be maintained in a pleasing way, so we have arranged a meeting for Mon, 29 July at 8pm in the Hill Station, to which everyone is cordially invited. The purpose will be to explore how we can get the group back on track.
We are happy to chair this meeting but do not want to resume our previous roles.
Please do come if you can – there is so much more we can do for and with the park we all love so much.
Sylvestra Le Touzel and Paul Milnes
This is what team Trinity RumBQ say about this event in Telegraph Hill Park this sunny Sunday afternoon…
DJs confirmed so far:
Hylu & Jago
Decks Ray Spex
powered by Unit 137 Sound System
Several more announcements to come… Watch this space…
This is a FAMILY FRIENDLY event, please bring your children, make the scene nice.
There will be food and drink on sale. Please support our food and bar, as that’s how we’re backing this event.
All the artists are playing for free. It’s a family affair, a community happening. LOVE, every time.
Some HEAT this time round please Missa British Wedda. All prayers for sunshine appreciated and no doubt noted.
SKAM (Skate Art and Music) is the skate park launch event and part of the Festival. It is on Sunday 25th March from 12pm – 4pm.
Message from the Skatepark group:
Please would you forward this to anyone who might be interested in Telegraph Hill new Skatepark. We need lots of people to join our Facebook page to get sponsorship for the launch event.