Can you find Invisible People in the Walled Garden on Sunday 27th September?

IP3rdthoughttheatre company reprise their successful Invisible People show in the Walled Garden at Brockwell Park on Sunday 27th September 2015 between noon and 4pm.

You’ll be a given a packet of coloured counters that will enable you to enjoy a FREE story, a poem, a joke, a scene, a conjuring trick and a bit of good advice – each 2 minute show from a different member of 3rdthoughttheatre.

The show is designed as ‘non intrusive’ so park users can use the Walled Garden as normal.

Brockwell Park Community Partners (registered charity no 1137168) will also conduct a fundraising collection for future community events in the Park.

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Brockwell Park’s Soul Train 2015 Style

DSCN1248[1]With thanks to local group Soul Intent for another very enjoyable set on a sunny afternoon in the Park, and thanks to around 400 park users whose generous donations enable us to support community events through the MADD for Brockwell Park Programme.

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Brockwell Park Tree Towels at the Lambeth Country Show 2015

Tree TowelThe popular Brockwell Park Tree Towels are available from our stall at the Lambeth Country Show, Charities West area, pitch ZW20, on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July.

The perfect gift for friends and family.

Price £10. Proceeds go to BPCP, a registered charity, which finances community events in the Park such as the much loved Dog Show and wildflower slope.

We also request your views on the proposals to restore Brockwell Hall and increase public access to the historic grade II listed building. See you there!

What we need for a friendly, safe park

DSCN0754 DSCN0751The local community turned out in force for Brockwell Dog Show 2015 on Sunday 12th July. Only months earlier the annual Show had been faced with cancellation following the unexplained withdrawal of Lambeth Officer support.

DSCN0747 DSCN0767A number of local residents were determined that the Show must go on and approached BPCP for support to make this happen. They led on the event delivery – creating fantastic new publicity posters and convening a panel of celebrity judges, while BPCP provided operational support, advice and infrastructure.

DSCN0765 DSCN0762A great example of the community working together, generating a huge crowd, over £600 towards future community events in the Park and an article in the Standard!

Standard article