Active Community Groups


Bling Ya Bike

Bling Ya Bike teaches young people how to repair, maintain and spray paint bicycles.

Ping Pong

Brixton Ping Pong Society aims to organise more ping pong in Brixton and the surrounding area.

Brixton Society

The Brixton Society helps to shape the future of Brixton by working to understand the surrounding history and built environment.

Brixton Community Base

Brixton St Vincents Community Centre (Brixton Base) is an arts-orientated community centre at Talma Road (Coldharbour Ward), providing a base for local community groups, projects and socially inclusive activities.

Brockwell Gate

Brockwell Gate Management Committee. Brockwell Gate is a modern development overlooking Brockwell Park and built on the site of the former Dick Sheppard School. BGMC represents 173 shareholders of the two thirds of the development that is private housing, with management conducted by a team of committed residents – some of whom are also active in the Park and in the local community. The other third of the development (Bristowe Close) is social housing managed independently by Metropolitan Housing Trust.

The Cressingham Gardens Residents Association meets regularly in the Tenants Hall (pictured, off Hardel Walk) to discuss the management and maintenance of the Estate. BPCP has held a number of its public meetings at the Tenants Hall and run community projects from there.

Herne Hill Forum

Herne Hill Forum is a well established community forum in SE24 which has recently started local markets on Sundays at Railton Road.

Herne Hill Film

The Forum has also established The Herne Hill Free Film Festival which provides free film screenings in SE24 that are open to all members of the community.

The Herne Hill Society is a membership organisation open to anyone who lives or works in Herne Hill. It aims to improve and maintain and enhance the SE24 area for the benefit of residents, visitors and local businesses.

London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust is a charity dedicated solely to protecting the capital’s wildlife and wild spaces.

New Leaf

New Leaf is an award winning community gardening project based at West Dulwich station. Founded by botanist, youth worker and former Tulse Hill Estate resident, Vinnie O’Connell, the project aims to encourage young people and ex offenders to develop skills and careers in gardening and horticulture.

Norwood Forum. A well established community forum for the Norwood area.

SLBI

South London Botanical Institute. Based on the Norwood Road, SLBI provides facilities for the study of plants including ecology and conservation, and aims to encourage public interest in all aspects of plant life.

St Martin's TRA

St Martin’s Tenants and Residents Association is a group of residents who live on the St Martin’s Estate in Tulse Hill. It covers Abbots Park, Atwater Close, Challice Way, Ewen Crescent, Gaywood Close, High Trees, Vibart Gardens and part of the estate that’s on Tulse Hill and Upper Tulse Hill.

Tulse Hill Estate

Tulse Hill Estate Tenants and Residents Association (THETRA) meets regularly at Purser House Community Flat to discuss the management and maintenance of the Estate which includes around 900 properties. In partnership with Lambeth Living, they recently refurbished and re-opened Jubilee Community Hall (opposite Ellacombe House / near Craster Road) which had been closed for 25 years. The Hall is available to hire by all Tulse Hill residents. Click on the image for their Twitter feed. Enquiries: 0208 671 7761

THF

Tulse Hill Forum. Organises choir practice in Tulse Hill for budding singers.

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