Monday, 28 March 2011

Events this week at The Cinema Museum

I just wanted to remind you about the two events we have on this week that may be of interest:
 
Thursday March 31st at 7:30pm
 
DAVID ROSE : My Journey Together. Renowned produced David Rose will peresent an illustrated overview of his career which began with Z Cars, included commissioning many dramas such as Licking Hitler and culminated with founding Film on Four and commissioning 136 films by directors such as Mike Leigh and Stephen Frears and writers Alan Bleasdale and Willy Russell. This will be a fascinating evening of anecdotes lavishly illustrated with clips.
 
Saturday April 2nd at 7:30
 
The fabulous Peggy Cummings star of Gun Crazy, English Without Tears, The Love Lottery, Street Corner, Night of the Demon and many more will be in conversation with Jo Botting about her career in both Britain and Hollywood.
 
If you would like to come to either or both tickets are £6.50 in advance or £8.00 on the door (Concessions are £5). You can book by contacting me or via www.wegottickets.com
 
Best wishes
Martin
 
 
Martin Humphries
The Cinema Museum
The Master's House
2 Dugard Way
London
SE11 4TH
T: 020 7840 2200
F: 020 7840 2299
e-mail: martin@cinemamuseum.org.uk
www.cinemamuseum.org.uk

Oval Farmers' Market special day 2 April

Come and enjoy the Farmers' Market

Now that the sun is shining, the Farmers' Market in St Mark's Churchyard at the Oval is in celebratory mood. Make a date to come to a special market on Saturday 2 April, when we will be marking the official granting of planning permission for the market to use the site. We have invited the new Mayor of Lambeth to join us.

Oval Partnership will also have a stall at the market where we will be updating you on the progress of the project to upgrade and landscape the St Mark's Churchyard area. Many of you will have been involved in the consultation last year and have been asking what's happening. We will hold a short Annual General Meeting at 10.30am, where we will elect officers for the coming year and present our accounts. Please try to attend that meeting to support us in our continuing work. If you would like to stand as a member of the management committee, please get in touch at contactovalpartnership@gmail.com to let us know and find out what's involved.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 2 April!

Ghislaine Stewart
Oval Partnership

What is Oval Partnership? It is a community-based voluntary organisation run by volunteers to improve the Oval area. It initiated the weekly Farmers' Market, and is continuing to work on plans to upgrade St Mark's Churchyard. For more information please go to our website - www.ovalpartnership.org.uk/

Friday, 25 March 2011

All Sewn Up : new classes

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Supper Club : Wednesday 23rd March

Diary Alert: Kennington Village Fête - Sunday July 10th

Dear Neighbours

Start spreading the news!

The date is set for this year's
Fête in Cleaver Square:
Sunday July 10th

The KA will have our usual stall inviting donations for new but not in perfect condition books from The Kennington Bookshop raising funds for 'Secret Santa' and 'Grey Power'.

Further details to follow.....

Best wishes
Cathy Preece
Administrative Assistant

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Bazaar Collections - do you need a pick-up?

Dear Neighbours

Thanks to Gisella and the team
this Saturday's Bazaar is coming together nicely!

Galo and Mike are lined up to pick up the van
from Pimlico Plumbers on Friday afternoon.

If you would like a collection,
do be in touch and they will do their best to get to you.
If you could let us have your phone number,
Mike will phone when they heading to yours.

Very many thanks
Best wishes
Cathy Preece
Administrative Assistant

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Volunteer Needed: TREASURER

Friday, 4 March 2011

KGS: Nature Reserves and Wildlife Gardening - 8pm Thursday 10th March @ Roots & Shoots

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Roots & Shoots: Science Day - Sunday 20th March 11am - 4pm

Reminder: Bazaar - Saturday, 12 March

Dear Neighbours

Volunteers are busy in the background preparing for our next Bazaar!
Our Bazaar Coordinator, Gisella, is doing a great job
pulling it all together in her cheerful way.


Pimlico Plumbers have very kindly offered us a van again,
and Galo is available to drive once more.
Thank you to them both!

  • We need a strong man to accompany Galo to load and unload the van, please.
Once that's confirmed,
we'll be able to come back to you regarding
possible collections on Friday late afternoon / early evening.

We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of neighbours donating items,
so much so that the garage is now full!!
  • Can anyone offer temporary overflow storage space, please?
This looks to be a Bumper Bazaar,
so Gisella would be glad of more helpers,
especially volunteers to
  • Set up on Friday evening 6-8pm, unloading vehicles
  • Man stalls
  • Clear up on Saturday afternoon, loading the van
  • If you can help, please phone Gisella on 020 7820 0434

Very many thanks
Best wishes
Cathy Preece
Administrative Assistant


To make our Bazaars even more successful, we need more volunteers to help before, during and after the Bazaar.  We are looking especially for a few strong people to help collect and carry the more bulky items.  We also need a van and driver to help pick up items from homes.  We especially need help Friday evening.  The next Bazaar is scheduled for Saturday, 12 March, from 11am to 1.30pm at St. Anselm’s Church Hall at Kennington Cross.  Donations can be dropped off at the Hall on Friday evening between 6 and 8 pm and Saturday morning from 9 to10 am. 
How much money we make is directly tied to how much is donated and how many people turn up, so please come along and help us.  We hope to use the proceeds from the March Bazaar to fund Tai Chi classes, free to all our community!


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