Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.Plato
Telegraph Hill Centre is pleased to be hosting the third Plant Fairs Roadshow on Saturday 21 May 2016 from 1pm to 4pm.
The Plant Fairs roadshow is a super opportunity to buy a variety of plants and also to get to meet and chat with the inspirational plants people who have specialist knowledge and oodles of enthusiasm for the plants they bring.
We’re also hosting a Garden Party in the Cloister Garden from 1pm to 3pm. Pop along for a look, enjoy some tea and cakes, buy plants, or donate plants or money for tools to maintain the Cloister Garden. You can also register to help out in this lovely, productive space.
Save the Date
Saturday 21 May 2016 – See gardens and get ideas – Visit the Plant Fair or consult the Plant Doctor – Check out community spaces and donate a plant to Somerville’s garden – Telegraph Hill Open Gardens … more details follow the pictures.
The Plant Fair Roadshow coincides with the first Telegraph Hill Open Gardens Trail which will take place Saturday 21 May from 10am-2pm.
You’ll see a variety of local gardens of all sizes and styles as well as some of our community gardening projects. Some gardens will have refreshments as well as plants on sale so come prepared.
- Telegraph Hill Open Gardens Trail – Saturday 21 May 2016, 10am–2pm.
- Telegraph Hill Centre Plant Fairs Roadshow – Saturday 21 May, 1pm to 4pm
- Telegraph Hill Centre Garden Party – Saturday 21 May, 1pm to 3pm
Somerville Adventure Playground
Following their opening, Somerville Adventure Playground will be sharing their plans to improve their surrounding landscape and create a vegetable garden for children and the wider community to enjoy. Call in between 10 and 1pm to see what’s happening or drop off your plant donation. Look out for more details.
Two roles have come up at Telegraph Hill Centre – we need a cleaner and a facilities-co-ordinator.
The deadline for applications is Midnight Sunday 24 April 2016.
An outline of the roles and how to apply are available below:
Telegraph Hill Centre is an independent self-funded community centre – we don’t rely on grants or local authorities. The financial independence Telegraph Hill Centre enjoys makes it a unique venue – not vulnerable to cuts, but also in constant need of ensuring its finances are secure. Improvements to the spaces which sustain the diverse Community are paid for from letting out rooms for activities.
More than 1500 people a week from all walks of life use Telegraph Hill Centre. It is a vibrant space serving the needs of a hugely diverse community with a combination of free to use services and paid for classes and activities. This is your chance to work with us to make it better. Find out more about Telegraph Hill Centre.
Telegraph Hill Centre is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination and considers itself an equal opportunities employer.
It’s here. The 2016 Telegraph Hill Festival has been a tough one for the team to pull together.
- Time and space constraints have been a real issue
- Telegraph Hill Centre and St Catherine’s Church have been very accommodating, hosting the Community Production Into the Woods
- In addition, the Centre has been working with the Festival to create great new bespoke storage space within the Centre.
The partnership between St. Catherine’s Church, Telegraph Hill Centre and Telegraph Hill Festival endures.
There are lots of exciting and creative events taking place this year. Many events are free. There is a new spirit of inclusive diversity, reflecting the ethos of Church, Centre and Community.
See what’s on here – Telegraph-Hill-Festival-2016-Programme
An exciting business opportunity to work in partnership with the Telegraph Hill Centre and St Catherine’s Church The Old Library – formerly known as Cafe Fed
The space above the Hill Station, formerly known as Cafe Fed is seeking a new tenant.
Over the last 40 years this space has been a library, a cafe and a sixth form common room. This is a terrific space, with great views over London and access to the creative hubs of both the Telegraph Hill Centre and the Hill Station, the amenities of Telegraph Hill, Nunhead and Brockley, with good transport links to central London, and the continent via St Pancras, and ample free street parking.
We are looking for new tenants to take that space who will fit with the feel and ethos of the Telegraph Hill Centre.
The successful tenant would outline a business proposal that would :
- be of benefit to the community;
- work creatively and collaboratively with the Centre;
- be financially viable and stable;
- have a proven track-record; and
- seek a tenancy for a minimum of five years.
The Old Library is a self-contained, single storey open plan space, partitioned into two large working areas (Units 1 and 2) with an additional office, conference or storage room plus a galley kitchen and toilets to the rear. The facility forms a part of the Telegraph Hill Centre of which St Catherine’s Church is the freeholder.
- Unit 1 approx. 143 sq.m.
- Unit 2 approx. 53 sq.m.
- Total approx. 196 sq.m.
St Catherine’s Church will undertake reinstatement to the facility prior to the commencement of a new letting, or provide a financial contribution to the tenant, if it seeks to undertake works (to be approved by the Church) itself. The Church seeks an annual rent of £35,000 excluding business rates, utilities and normal operating & maintenance charges.