At our event you will be able to buy top quality pre-loved baby, children’s (0-6 years), maternity and pregnancy goods and equipment at a fraction of their high street price – all great brands in top condition!
Jack Nicholson’s iconic bellowing of ‘You can’t handle the truth!’ is probably what first comes to mind when thinking about Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. However, the compelling trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine was actually a play before it was a film.
Whitgift Performing Arts Centre, Whitgift School, Haling Park, South Croydon
Come and join us for a night of dancing to all your favourite tunes played on vinyl by two of Brighton’s top soul DJs Dave Sallis and Rik Taub.
Upstairs Function Room, Caterham Ex Servicemen’s Club, 15 Town End, Caterham CR3 5UJ. Licensed Bar. Wooden dance floor
Carshalton Choral Society (est. 1946) and the Carshalton Orchestra present a concert of works by ’local’ composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor:-
Three Choral Ballads
Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast
The Death of Minnehaha
Musical Director and Conductor | Jonathan Eyre
Carshalton Methodist Church
If you love singing, don’t miss this marvellous opportunity to spend a day with members of the Croydon Bach Choir exploring and performing Handel’s four Coronation Anthems, under the inspirational direction of Tim Horton, our Music Director and William Munks who will accompany on the piano.
Kingswood Big Band and vocalist directed by Bill Geldard present another evening of Ballroom, Swing, Latin, Jive, and Rock ’n Roll.
Dance the night away to the music of Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Sammy Nestico, Neil Hefti and others or just relax with friends and enjoy the big band sound.
We would love you to join us for our first Moonlight Walk in Croydon on Saturday 24 February 2018!
The walk will start and finish at Coloma Convent School and is approximately 4 miles long. The route will take in the historic Shirley Windmill and the beautiful Addington Hills.
Thousands of Books, CDs, DVDs & Records at bargain prices. Non-Fiction is sorted into categories. Dedicated room for Children’s Books.
Getting there: Take the 119, 194 or 198 bus to the Upper Shirley Road stop OR take the 130 or 466 bus the the Shirley Church Road stop
Come and Join us at our open evening for the 2018/19 academic year! There’s no need to book, just come along - everyone’s welcome. Meet our staff and students, have a look around, and find out more about studying at Nescot.
This year’s theme is Mother Nature learn about local green and natural organisations, local open spaces and see the flower displays ,buy locally produces honey .Meet the Born Free charity. Children activities and games. Learn about Ewell’s spring and its Roman Gods.
Ewell Horticultural Association invites you to an illustrated talk:
Growing for the Kitchen by Paul Patton.
Fully accessible venue
Public transport: Buses 293, 406, 467, 470 & E16.
Nearest station Ewell West (Waterloo line)
On-site car park, evening parking fee 40p
Visitors very welcome
Midnight had not long struck when the British and American airborne armada began its mission on 6 June 1944 in the moonlight. They landed at the edges of the invasion area on the Normandy coast to secure the western and eastern flanks of the beachheads and protect them from German attacks.
Swedish pianist Greta Åstedt and Spanish violinist Lucia Veintimilla bring a European flavour to the Saturday afternoon recital series at Epsom’s St Martin of Tours Church. Having both completed their musical training in London these prizewinning musicians have become regular duo partners.
#TeamMencap is taking on the ultimate run in the park, and you can be part of it!
Choose your distance and pick your pace, With 5k, 2.5k and 1k options, you can either aim for a personal best, or take your time and enjoy the sights and sounds of one of London’s most historic parks.
Let us take you back to Georgian London for a special evening of fiction and history with Imogen Hermes Gowar and Rachel Hewitt.
Imogen is the author of The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock, a spell-binding debut novel set in 1785.
Bestselling spy novelist Mick Herron returns with London Rules, the fifth of his acclaimed Jackson Lamb novels. Mick will be at Dulwich Books on Wednesday 7th March to discuss his writing, read from his new book and sign your copies.
Mick’s Jackson Lamb novels started with the bestselling Slow Horses.
The snowdrops and crocuses will have been and gone, the daffodils and tulips will be beginning to flower. The days will be longer, the sun a little warmer and our spirits a bit brighter.
In celebration, the Concordia Chamber Choir is putting together a spring concert full of joy and exuberance.
Interactive storytelling, Dragon dancing, learning Mandarin, making lanterns, plus much more! Let us know you’re coming by clicking ’attending’ and then get tickets.
We look forward to you celebrating with us!
The much photographed garden of a member of The Society of Botanical Artists. 150ft x 40ft with large and varied range of plants. Herb garden, herbaceous borders for sun and shade, climbing plants, pots, terraces, lawns. Gravel areas to reduce watering. Immaculate topiary. A garden for all seasons.
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