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A few memories from the day...more photos to come
The Cambria Choir
Snow Queen, Green Santa & Mama Santa
The Relatives Elizabeth Hungerford
Dulwich Opera Company Sweet Carolina
Canopy Beer Company
Blue Patch Perks & White
unfortunately Village Ward appears to be being targeted by burglars at the minute. There have been several burglaries and several attempted burglaries in just the last few weeks and it appears to be more than one suspect/team out there committing them. Needless to say I have posted every single resource available to me to patrol the affected areas and some officers have had their shifts changed to be tasked appropriately at the problem. The current theme of the burglaries that are occurring appear to be very low tech, in that the glass on front and rear doors is being smashed to gain entry. There were also three houses that have found tool marks where it looks as if someone has tried to prise open wooden sash windows, although thankfully access was not gained.
Please pass on to all residents to be extra vigilant and to make sure all doors and windows are locked when leaving the house and alarms are set. We are currently awaiting forensics results on some of the reported incidents and are doing all we can to identify and arrest suspect's. If anyone sees anyone acting suspicious then please call 101, the ward mobex or in a emergency 999.
I hope you all have a good festive period.
PS Iain Bartley 11 MD
Metropolitan Police Service
Southwark - Village SNT | Camberwell Green Police Station | 9 Wren Road, London, SE5 8QU
Tel : 0207 232 6327 (Internal - 26327) | Email : email@example.com
The exhibition of architects’ outline options will be taken down after today (Wednesday 17th December).
However you can still complete our questionnaire and/or submit your views until Saturday 3rd January 2015.
Paper copies of the questionnaire, illustrated leaflet and accompanying Q&A are in the library.
Online questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/carnegieoptions
PDF questionnaire and all other consultation papers: http://carnegiehernehill.org.uk/consultation/
Carnegie Shadow Trust Board
Herne Hill United Church, at the top of Red Post Hill, runs a recorder group for boys and girls aged 7 and above Fridays 4:15-5pm, during term time. Led by HHUC Director of Music Sue Thompson. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sue would also like everyone to know about the Youth Choir which assembles directly after recorder group sessions at HHUC on Fridays, recorder players and anyone else (aged 8 and older) keen to sing welcome for this as well. There is one more recorder session before Christmas break but students will be busy preparing for HHUC's annual Christmas music event. Still welcome to come have a look but in terms of participation, best to come when things resume on Friday January 9th. All boys and girls welcome to join on a rolling basis. HHUC office phone 020 7738 7434, www.hhuc.co.uk. Pictured below: Xmas event 2013 and recorders in action.
Sunday morning will see Robert Holden leading yet another of his legendary local history walks. We meet outside Mimosa in Half Moon Lane at 11:00.
After a potted history of the village of Herne Hill, we shall set off on a 90 minute walk that will take in the sites of two ancient cinemas, a Grade II railway bridge, a former Express Dairy milk depot, a view of a Grade I church, a pastiche house, the oldest extant cycle track in the United Kingdom, our Grade II* parish church with the bench mark on the base of the tower, and returning at last to Mimosa for croissants and coffee.
No doubt we shall pass other interesting objects on the way, and copies of the Herne Hill Heritage Trail and A Short History of Herne Hill will be available to purchase at the beginning and the end of the tour.
Please wear stout shoes, and bring an umbrella just in case, though some people think that Herne Hill looks even more beautiful when it is raining.
For more information, please email Robert.
Hope to see you all then!
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