Christmas: Crafty Gifts for All

snowflakeCraftmas 2014 takes place at Telegraph Hill Centre on Saturday 29th November, 12:00–18:00.

Local designers & artists will be selling their handmade work, kids & adults can make Christmas wrapping paper, cards and decorations  (£2 per workshop) and all can enjoy homemade sweet and savoury treats, and hot drinks in the crafty cafe.

Pop along to browse and buy, join drop in workshops, have tea, savouries and cakes and meet neighbours and friends – it’s the perfect opportunity to pick up a stocking filler or Christmas bargain, whether upcyled or designed from scratch.

THCG: AGM & Minutes

Telegraph Hill Centre Group (THCG) is the group which manages and runs Telegraph Hill Centre.   THCG has six members from the Church and six from the Community.   It meets roughly every six weeks.   Here are THCG Summary of meeting on September 2014.

THCG AGM – Will you be part of our good news story?
It’s an exciting time here at the Telegraph Hill Centre. A time of growth, creativity and collaboration. We have an amazing space in the heart of our local area and it serves you.

During 2015 we will need to find people who could give financial support—or ideas about were we could get it—to help us renovate the Centre and pay for the many improvements we need to put in place over the next five years.

Do you have constructive suggestions for what could be improved?   If “yes”, come and share them with us or contribute through our website, thcentre.com. Every year, the Centre Management Group holds an open meeting to report on what’s been going on and the plans for the future. EVERYONE who uses the Centre, or lives, works, studies round here, is entitled to take part.

This year’s ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, will be on Saturday 15 November, 11am to 12 noon

The group that runs the Centre has six members from the Church and six from the Community. It meets roughly every six weeks. So please consider joining if you’d like to help shape the way the building is used and run. You can get a nomination form from the Centre in advance or fill one in at the meeting.

Aladdin – A thrilling tale of derring do …

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Aladdin and his brother Wisheewashee must defeat Emperor Poo’s deceitful vizier, Ababanana, who places every obstacle in their way as they hunt for the mysterious magic ring. Along the way they polish a lamp, meet a Genie, and consult the Wiki of the ring, a non-profit information provider, for clues.

Featuring a pouting and petulant Princess, a washed up washerwoman known as Widow Twanky, incompetent henchmen and ne’er do wells, star acts, an Emperor called Poo and lots more hilarious characters and situations. You’re in for a treat!

This Panto is a fund raiser for Telegraph Hill Centre, a much loved independent, self-funding community resource. Find out more about the Centre here. Join the Centre’s Facebook group here for tips on what’s on, where’s what and who can help you with odd jobs, gardening, building trades and more …

BOOK YOUR PANTO TICKETS PRONTO! Once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Here’s a gallery of pictures of some of the cast in rehearsal, they’re having fun!

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£10,000 grant for Telegraph Hill Centre

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We are happy to announce that a partnership between Grow Wild, Aurora Options and Telegraph Hill Centre has been awarded 10k from Lewisham Council under the small/faith grants scheme, to fund the development of the Cloister Garden for another year.

The grant will help fund a weekly educational and therapeutic gardening workshop for Aurora Options service users, Telegraph Hill Centre users and Grow Wild garden volunteers as well as monthly Community Cob Oven Pizza Evenings, a family friendly social event designed to utilise the cob pizza oven and its regular use by the community Investment in a quality greenhouse and general improvement to the garden structures and fabric.

AGM: Telegraph Hill Centre

Will you be part of our good news story?

It’s an exciting time here at the Telegraph Hill Centre. A time of growth, creativity and collaboration. We have an amazing space in the heart of our local area and it serves you. HAVE YOUR SAY AT THE CENTRE AGM

During 2015 we need to find people who could give financial support or ideas about were we could get it to help us renovate the Centre and pay for the many improvements we need to over the next five years. Do you have suggestions for what could be improved? If, yes come and share them with us.

Every year, the Centre Management Group holds a meeting to report on what’s been going on and plans for the future. EVERYONE who uses the Centre or lives, works, studies round here is entitled to take part. Find out what goes on at the Centre and a little bit more about its history.

This year’s ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be on Saturday 15 November, 11am to 12 noon.

The group that runs the Centre has six members from the Church (who own the building) and six from the Community. The group meets roughly every six weeks. So please consider joining if you’d like to help decide the way the building is used and run. You can get a nomination form from the Centre in advance or fill one in at the meeting.