FUN Multi Sports Camp

FUN Multi Sports Camp
Holiday Camp offering a range of Sports, Arts and Cultural Activities. For children aged 3-13 - Option to book 1 to 10 days.
WEEK 1 Monday 31 July - Friday 4 August
WEEK 2 Monday 21 August - Friday 25 August

TIME 9am- 3pm

at Virgo Fidelis Convent Senior School, Central Hill, SE19 1RS

Activities include: Dance (Street Dance, Cheer leading, Ballet, etc.), Football, Tennis, Tag Rugby, Handball, Bench Ball, Boxercise, Drama, Dodgeball, Basketball, Poetry Club, Arts& Crafts, Team Games.

What Makes Sunnyhill Tick? DOLPH and Sunnyhill Primary

Last year DOLPH were approached by the staff at Sunnyhill Primary School to come up with a project as part of their Art Week at the end of Term 3. As the idea developed, a week became a term, and the project expanded to involve the whole school – 500 children from Reception to Year 6, culminating in an exhibition of the finished work. 


World of Worms (and waste)

Get up close to a gardener’s best friends: worms! Our composting worms have been busy turning our food waste into compost and we need your help sorting the worms from the compost in our fun light/dark experiment. Learn all about worms and their role in the composting process, and make a mini wormery to take home. Take our sustainability challenge to learn about waste and recycling, and plant a seed in an old food container to take home.

NB Please bring a small empty water bottle and a food container (eg bean or tomato tin) if you have any in your recycling box!

Hillside Gardens Great British Tennis and Sports Day

The Friends of Hillside Gardens Park and Streatham’s newest tennis club run by Serious About Tennis are planning the 3rd annual Great British Tennis and Sports Day on 13 May. This is becoming an annual fixture in Streatham’s calendar and along with Kite Day mean families can plan to spend the weekend in Streatham’s green spaces getting active.

The Woodfield Project Fair

Come along to this community event in Streatham on Saturday 17th June 1-5pm. There will be live music, stalls, food and refreshments, inflatables, children's games and activities and entry is free.
The Woodfield Project is a charity set up by local residents to bring a piece of unused public land with a pavilion back into community use.

Winnie the Pooh's Streatham Connection

It was 25 years ago, on the 10th March 1992, that Streatham's link with Winnie the Pooh went up in flames.

St. Andrew's Church stood in Guildersfield Road, south Streatham, and was a Grade II listed building of architectural and historic importance.

It was designed by Ernest George, a local resident, who was president of the Royal Institute of British Architects between 1908 and 1910.

The church was errected in 1886 in memory of the Revd. Stenton Eardley, the first incumbent of Immanuel Church, Streatham Common, of which this was the first "daughter church".

Peter and the Wolf - a pantomime of old Russia

Streatham Theatre Company in association with The British Home presents

A traditional pantomime with a non-traditional story and date!

Peter and the Wolf: a pantomime of old Russia
by Richard Lloyd
with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev

An inventive and irreverent panto based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf. A madcap dash through the spectrum of Russian folklore… Firebirds, ice queens, shape-shifters, wood devils, mad monks, nesting dolls, Cossacks, Bolsheviks, Prokofiev – it’s got the lot.