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Events Around Croydon

Today to Wed 14 Aug, closest first.    

More details - Friday morning Market
Friday mornings through July there is a Market in the Memorial Hall in Kenley, selling Crafts and Pre-loved goods, Clothes and jewellery, Free entry, and a Cafe’ for Tea and Coffee.... Do pop in, there are steps to the front entrance,but the side road has a level entrance through the car park...
THE MEMORIAL HALL ,GODSTONE RD,KENLEY, cr8 5ab
Fri 19 Jul, Fri 26 Jul

More details - Downland Chorale concert
What’s happening at the Roxy? Songs from Guys and Dolls and other shows
Canon’s Hill Old Coulsdon
Sat 20 Jul 19

More details - Choir Festival
Come and enjoy Soul Symphony Choir’s third annual choir festival! It will be spectacular evening of inspirational music! GET YOUR EARLY BIRD TICKETS bit.
Emmanuel Church, Normanton Road, South Croydon
Sat 20 Jul 19

More details - Banstead Summer Foraging Courses
There is a huge variety of edible plants in the South East, most of which can be found in the areas around our vast capital and Banstead has to be one of our favourite places under that umbrella.
The Woodman, Woodmansterne Street, Banstead
Fri 19 Jul, Sat 3 Aug

More details - The Retro Pop festival at The Sausage and Cider festival
RETRO POP FESTIVAL IN WARLINGHAM NEAR CROYDON LIMITED EARLY BIRD TICKETS Are Still Available FOR JUST £12 PER ADULT OR £15 FOR THE WEEKEND. CHILDREN GO FREE WITH AN ADULT. FAMILY TICKET £20 PER DAY OR £30 FOR THE WEEKEND WITH UP TO FOUR CHILDREN FREE plus a small booking fee.
The John Fisher Sorts Club Limpsfield Road Warlingham
Mon 29 Jul, Tue 30 Jul

More details - Walking sport taster morning
Come and try walking sport at a free taster morning. We will be running sessions in walking cricket , football and netball . Walking sport is a slower version of the sport suitable for older people . Sessions are designed to be fun, improve fitness and make new friends .
The Cricket Centre, Plough Lane, Wallington
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Carshalton Lavender annual harvest fair
Carshalton Lavender, an award-winning heritage community project, opens its gates to the public at its 20th Open Weekend on 27th and 28th July from 10am until 4pm both days.
Stanley Road Allotments, via Oaks Way, Carshalton
Sat 27 Jul 19 and Sun 28 Jul

More details - Garden Party
Garden Party. Games to play, quizzes, a bring and buy table, book stall and plants to buy.
The Guide Hall, Wright’s Row, Wallington
Tue 6 Aug 19

More details - Toad on the Road:  Half-day fun for children with SEND & their family
Suitable for children/young people with PMLD, ASD, ADHD, Down’s, Complex Health Needs, SLD, MLD, ABI, neurodevelopmental disorders. Head2Head Theatre presents TOAD ON THE ROAD, bringing siblings together in age appropriate FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Approx. 70 minute walkabout, interactive performance.
Clifton Hill School, Chaldon Road, Caterham
Mon 5 Aug 19 and Tue 6 Aug

More details - FREE:  Autism Friendly Session for Families
FREE EVENT: Head2Head offers a small group session for children with Autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders and their families. Relax in a safe and secure environment while your children explore our sensory tent and have fun with games and craft activities.
Clifton Hill School, Chaldon Road, Caterham
Mon 5 Aug 19

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Croydon
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St. Mildred’s Bingham Road London
Mon 12 Aug 19

More details - Croydon Barracudas Activity Day Camp
Fun activity days and weeks for children aged 4.5-14 years during the Easter and summer holidays. Offering 80+ activities including archery, motorsports, arts and crafts, sports and more!
Trinity School, Croydon
Mon 22 Jul 19 to Fri 23 Aug

More details - Ultimate Activity Camps at Sutton High School, Sutton
We provide outstanding activity day camps for children aged 4-14 during the school holidays, where the children’s welfare and fun are at the heart of all we do! Children will enjoy over 40 sports, games and art activities every week led by engaging staff at amazing locations.
Sutton High School Sports Complex, Grove Road, Sutton
Today to Fri 23 Aug

More details - Shared Reading in Ashburton Library, Croydon
Shared Reading groups bring people together through great literature to talk, laugh and share. Just drop in and enjoy listening to a story or poem – no pressure to talk or read. Day and time: Saturdays, 11.00am – 12.30pm Location: Ashburton Library, Croydon CR9 7AL Get in touch with london@thereader.org.
Shirley Road Croydon
Sat 20 Jul, Sat 27 Jul, Sat 3 Aug, Sat 10 Aug, Sat 17 Aug

More details - 41 Shelvers Way - Open Garden for NGS
Visitors say one of the most colourful gardens in Surrey. In spring, a myriad of small bulbs with specialist daffodils and many pots of colourful tulips. Choice perennials follow, with rhododendrons and azaleas. Cobbles and shingle support grasses and self sown plants with a bubble fountain.
41 Shelvers Way, Tadworth
Sun 11 Aug 19

More details - The Morden Hall Park & Country Fair
ow to get there: Road: off A24 and A297 South of Wimbledon and North of Sutton Foot: Wandle Trail from Croydon or Carshalton to Wandsworth Bus: 020, 7222, 1234 Underground: Morden (Northern Line) then 500 yards walk along Aberconway Road Tram: Phipps Bridge stop on park boundary then 1/2 mile Now in its 9th year,
Morden Hall Park, London
Sat 20 Jul 19 and Sun 21 Jul

More details - Morden Hall Park Summer Fair - Sat 20 & Sun 21 July, 10am-5pm
Oakleigh Fairs return with a weekend not to miss. With animal shows, craft stalls and food vendors, it’s a great day out for the whole family. Parking on event site only.
Morden Hall Park Morden Hall Road Morden London
Sat 20 Jul 19 and Sun 21 Jul

More details - Life drawing classes in Morden Hall Park - 21 Jul & 18 Aug
Enjoy the great outdoors with life drawing sessions (clothed model) in the beautiful scenery of Morden Hall Park, led by our artist in residence. All materials provided. All levels Paper, board, pencils and charcoal will be provided, or you can bring your own sketch book and materials.
Morden Hall Park Morden Hall Road Morden
Sun 21 Jul 19

More details - The Great Big Tree Climb at Morden Hall Park! Wed 24 Jul & Wed 21 Aug
This summer, for the first time, you can join instructors from the Big Tree Company for an exciting tree top adventure at Morden Hall Park. Experts will lead the session and show children and adults too on how to safely climb into the canopy of our tallest London Plane.
Morden Hall Park Morden Hall Road, Morden
Wed 24 Jul, Wed 21 Aug

More details - Give a plant a home!  Adopt a plant for free with Wayward
Following a successful collaboration in 2018, the National Trust is once again teaming up with landscape, architecture and art practice Wayward to facilitate a plant give away event.
Morden Hall Park
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Come out and play at Morden Hall Park, 30 Jul-29 Aug (Tue, Wed & Thur)
Come along and get the whole family involved in active play over the summer holidays. How many active adventure will you have and how many skills you and your little champions take away?
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden.
Tue 30 Jul 19 to Thu 29 Aug

More details - Outdoor acrobatic family theatre: Star Flower
A magical performance of aerial acrobatics, live music and storytelling in the rose garden of Morden Hall Park created by award winning company Whispering Woods.
Morden Hall Park National Trust, Morden Hall Road
Fri 2 Aug 19 to Mon 5 Aug

More details - Ultimate Activity Camps at Chinthurst School, Tadworth, Surrey
We provide outstanding activity day camps for children aged 4-14 during the school holidays, where the children’s welfare and fun are at the heart of all we do! Children will enjoy over 40 sports, games and art activities every week led by engaging staff at amazing locations.
Chinthurst School, 52 Tadworth St, Tadworth
Mon 29 Jul 19 to Fri 30 Aug

More details - Roman Ewell
What was it like to live under an Empire? Discover how life changed for local people and how the building of a road brought a small native village in touch with a new world of ideas and trade. Hear tales of underworld gods, sacred springs, shafts and sacrificed puppies – and hear what was found in recent excavations.
Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell
Wed 7 Aug 19

More details - Who wants to be an archaeologist?
A fantastic opportunity for all budding archaeologists to discover how to unlock the mysteries of the past. Find out how objects are used to date sites and support documentary evidence. Learn about environmental archaeology and what you can tell from bones, pollen and even snails.
Bourne Hall Museum , Spring Street ,Ewell
Wed 14 Aug 19

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