Brockwell Park hosts the London BMX race series 20/9/15

Brixton BMX ClubBrixton BMX club and MADD for Brockwell Park are delighted to host the London BMX race series on Sunday 20th September 2015.

The London Series aims to provide a platform for novice riders to get a taste of BMX racing whilst also providing an opportunity for more experienced riders to continue racing after the core racing season is over.

Registration takes place at the BMX track between 9.30am and 11am on Sunday, with racing starting from noon. The event closes at 5pm and is free to spectate. For further details and race day format please see the London BMX website.

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Brockwell Hall hosts community sports exhibition

A new collection of pictures were on display in the Picture Room at Brockwell Hall this weekend.

Curated by Director, Lee Dema, the photographs record young participants through 10 years of the St Matthew’s Project, which offers football and sports education to young people from St Matthew’s Estate and surrounding areas.

The St Matthew’s Project is one of Brockwell Park Community Partners stakeholder groups and this initiative was supported through the MADD for Brockwell Park programme.

St Matthew’s Project Exhibition at Brockwell Hall – 16th & 17th May 2015

MADDBrockwell Hall hosts a free photographic exhibition by the St. Matthew’s Project on the weekend of 16th and 17th May 2015, to celebrate and document ten years of the SMP in the local community working with young people. The exhibition will be open during Hall opening hours and is part of the MADD for Brockwell Park Programme

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The SMP offers free, structured football and coaching sessions in safe, friendly environments such as Brockwell Park to young people from Lambeth aged from 6 to 21.

It also offers support off the pitch to the young people, including literacy and numeracy workshops.

Please come along to the exhibition and show your support for this important community initiative.

The St. Matthew’s Project celebrates tenth anniversary – Sunday 3rd August 2014

FutebolBrockwell Park marks another anniversary at 1pm this Sunday, 3rd August, with an urban dance, capoeira and football freestyling performance at the Peformance Space, Brockwell Hall, by Light Up The House.

 

 

The performance celebrates the tenth anniversary of The St Matthew’s Project (SMP), a community group which offers football and coaching sessions to young people aged 6 to 21 from disadvantaged backgrounds in Tulse Hill, SW2, in the friendly environment of Brockwell Park.

You will see SMP coaches Lee Dema and James Alexander on Saturday mornings on the ‘Tulse Hill’ side of the park encouraging and inspiring young people to fulfil their potential through football. The SMP has also initiated numeracy training for the young people at nearby Jubilee Community Hall.

SMP is kindly providing refreshments and encourages all park users to come to the dance performance on Sunday 3rd August and show their support for the SMP.