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Seasons Greetings and holiday closing times


Love it Lewisham website has launched where you can share your ideas, your Lewisham ‘secrets’ and spread the love!


Horniman Museum and Gardens have some fantastic musical learning opportunities for schools throughout the year, these include...


Local Lewisham Primary School's Exhibition and Fundraiser


Information about local activities for under 5s


Congratulations! Silver Award winner for Secondary teacher of the year went to Mr Simpson of St Matthew Academy Fim and Digital Media Department.


Lewisham residents and organisations are invited to nominate people who volunteer in their spare time for the Mayor’s Award. The new scheme was launched to recognise individuals, community groups and businesses for their voluntary work in Lewisham.


The Aviva Community Fund offers you the chance to secure funding for an important cause in your community.


Check out our most recent bulletin and newsletter for Summer 2017


Local project Made in Lewisham – Celebrating & Sharing Tamil Heritage wins National Lottery Support


One hour left to help us make Lewisham Live 2018 the best festival yet… Keep Lewisham Live!!


Creative Schools is a strategic planning and delivery model that aims to create a step change in how children, young people and schools access East London’s incredible arts and cultural opportunities. They are reflecting on their first year of work.


Running an arts activity with children, families and young people in Lewisham? Let us know!


Place your booking now to ensure your moderation takes place before the end of July.


Aiming to embed dance in the Government’s Health & Wellbeing agenda in England.


Training programme for all those working with young children - events until Sept 2017


Lewisham Live 2017 officially finished on Monday after weeks of fantastic performances and workshop opportunities for young people across Lewisham.

Animate Orchestra’s one-day course round up the festival, with a brilliant public showcase after hours of hard work creating new music.

This event followed a back-to-back weekend with live performances, spoken word showcases, street art workshops and body art at CLUB YMA, before the Albany Young Creatives took to the stage and disputed everything you have heard about the ‘millennial generation’.

Lewisham's strong plans for Catford lost out to Waltham Forest and Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, in London, to embed arts and culture in communities. Image: Barnsley's historic Town Hall


Lata Nobes (Albany Young Creatives) and Jane Hendrie enjoyed an inspiring morning at Millwall Football Ground for the SELCHP Community Fund award ceremony.


Taking up her post in April, Gemma will continue to broaden and develop Blackheath Halls’ diverse programme of concerts and events, as well as building on the venue’s thriving community programmes.