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Eltham, Mottingham, New Eltham SE9
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Friday, 22nd November 2019

St Cecelia's Festival Chorus Concert - 7:00 pm-10:00 pm

St Andrew's Church Hall, 233 Court Road, Mottingham, SE9 4TQ

The repertoire will include Vivaldi's Gloria, Tavener's Song for Athene and Górecki's Totus Tuus

Contact Details:

Website: http://www.standrewandstalban.org.uk

Saturday, 30th November 2019

Christmas Fayre - 11:00 am-2:00 pm

St Andrew's Church Hall, 233 Court Road, Mottingham, SE9 4TQ

Christmas Fayre

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Website: http://www.standrewandstalban.org.uk

Wednesday, 4th December 2019

Art Exhibition and Demonstration - 11:00 am-3:00 pm

Eltham Library, Archery Road, Eltham, SE9 1HA

The Eltham Art Group will be back in the Quiet Room in Eltham Library when members will demonstrate their individual approach to producing a painting. Completed paintings will also be on show. Paintings and cards will be available for sale.

Contact Details: Chris Warrell

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Thursday, 5th December 2019

Westmount Lights Up! - 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Westmount Road Shops, Westmount Road, Eltahm, SE9

Our third independent Christmas Lights Up event. A local dignitary will be switching on the Westmount Road Christmas lights at 6pm. This event is funded by Westmount Road Independent Traders (WRIT) and there will be Carol Singing, Mulled Wine, Burgers and other goodies along with a visit by Father Christmas.

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Saturday, 7th December 2019

Stick Man at Christmas - 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Woodlands Farm Trust, 331 Shooters Hill, Welling

Stick Man at Christmas
Saturday 7th December
10am, 11am and 1pm
Come along to our Stick Man Christmas event. Watch the Stick Man film before heading off round the farm on The Stick Man Activity Trail. Find everything on the trail before heading off to Santa's grotto to be given your special certificate and a present from Father Christmas himself. £8 per child (+ booking fee). Sessions start at 10am, 11am and 1pm. Booking is essential. Please arrive 15 minutes before the time of your booking as the film will be starting on the hour. To book go to our website www.thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

For more information, see our website or contact Georgiana Irimia on education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Woodlands Farm is located on the borders of the London boroughs of Bexley and Greenwich. At 89 acres, it is the largest city farm in the UK. Our priorities are education and conservation, and we are part of the Natural England Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. Our education programme attracts visitors from pre-school to third-age groups. The Trust aims to involve local community groups, schools, volunteers and businesses in farming and conservation, helping to bridge the current town-country divide.

We are open 9.30am-4.30pm, Tuesday-Sunday (except Christmas Day). There is no entry charge except for special events, though donations are always welcome.

Nearest tube: North Greenwich
Nearest BR: Welling
Buses: 486 and 89

We are a farm so sensible shoes and clothing are recommended! Dogs are not allowed on the farm, unless they are assistance dogs.
(registered charity no. 1051680)
The Woodlands Farm Trust
331 Shooters Hill
Welling, Kent
DA16 3RP

Telephone: 020 8319 8900
Email: education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org
Website: www.thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Nearest tube: North Greenwich
Nearest BR: Welling
Buses: 486 and 89

Contact Details: Georgiana Irimia

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Website: http://thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Cost: £8.00

Stick Man at Christmas - 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Woodlands Farm Trust, 331 Shooters Hill, Welling

Stick Man at Christmas
Saturday 7th December
10am, 11am and 1pm
Come along to our Stick Man Christmas event. Watch the Stick Man film before heading off round the farm on The Stick Man Activity Trail. Find everything on the trail before heading off to Santa's grotto to be given your special certificate and a present from Father Christmas himself. £8 per child (+ booking fee). Sessions start at 10am, 11am and 1pm. Booking is essential. Please arrive 15 minutes before the time of your booking as the film will be starting on the hour. To book go to our website www.thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

For more information, see our website or contact Georgiana Irimia on education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Woodlands Farm is located on the borders of the London boroughs of Bexley and Greenwich. At 89 acres, it is the largest city farm in the UK. Our priorities are education and conservation, and we are part of the Natural England Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. Our education programme attracts visitors from pre-school to third-age groups. The Trust aims to involve local community groups, schools, volunteers and businesses in farming and conservation, helping to bridge the current town-country divide.

We are open 9.30am-4.30pm, Tuesday-Sunday (except Christmas Day). There is no entry charge except for special events, though donations are always welcome.

Nearest tube: North Greenwich
Nearest BR: Welling
Buses: 486 and 89

We are a farm so sensible shoes and clothing are recommended! Dogs are not allowed on the farm, unless they are assistance dogs.
(registered charity no. 1051680)
The Woodlands Farm Trust
331 Shooters Hill
Welling, Kent
DA16 3RP

Telephone: 020 8319 8900
Email: education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org
Website: www.thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Nearest tube: North Greenwich
Nearest BR: Welling
Buses: 486 and 89

Contact Details: Georgiana Irimia

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Website: http://thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Cost: £8.00

Thursday, 12th December 2019

Carols and Christmas Songs - 8:00 pm-11:00 pm

The Long Pond, 110 Westmount Road, Eltahm, SE9 1UT

Our resident pianist Dangerous Dave Jenkins will be playing our Victorian Joanna with all his might whilst we all sing-a-long.

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Saturday, 14th December 2019

The Long Pond's 5th Anniversary Party Night - 8:30 pm-11:00 pm

The Long Pond, 110 Westmount Road, Eltahm, SE9 1UT

A specially assembled Pub Rock Supergroup will be performing from 8:30pm. A night not to be missed!

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Wednesday, 18th December 2019

The Celtic Hearts - 8:00 pm-11:00 pm

The Long Pond, 110 Westmount Road, Eltahm, SE9 1UT

Eltham's own Irish Folk Band will be entertaining you from 8pm with a Christmas theme to their set.

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Saturday, 4th January 2020

Rapunzel Pantomime - 2:30 pm-5:00 pm

The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-9 Footscray Road, New Eltham

It's panto time again at New Eltham Methodist Church and this year NECP present our version of the famous Grimm's fairytale, cleverly re-worked to include all your panto favourites. Poor Rapunzel locked in a tower by wicked fairy Gothel longs for a life in the real world but has only her friends the squirrels for company. How will she escape the clutches of the wicked fairy and her evil accomplices and find happiness? Come along and find out but book early for best seats!

Contact Details: 020 8300 9027

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Website: http://www.necp.org.uk

Cost: £8.00

Rapunzel Pantomime - 7:30 pm-10:00 pm

The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-9 Footscray Road, New Eltham

It's panto time again at New Eltham Methodist Church and this year NECP present our version of the famous Grimm's fairytale, cleverly re-worked to include all your panto favourites. Poor Rapunzel locked in a tower by wicked fairy Gothel longs for a life in the real world but has only her friends the squirrels for company. How will she escape the clutches of the wicked fairy and her evil accomplices and find happiness? Come along and find out but book early for best seats!

Contact Details: 020 8300 9027

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Website: http://www.necp.org.uk

Cost: £8.00

Friday, 10th January 2020

Rapunzel Pantomime - 7:30 pm-10:00 pm

The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-9 Footscray Road, New Eltham

It's panto time again at New Eltham Methodist Church and this year NECP present our version of the famous Grimm's fairytale, cleverly re-worked to include all your panto favourites. Poor Rapunzel locked in a tower by wicked fairy Gothel longs for a life in the real world but has only her friends the squirrels for company. How will she escape the clutches of the wicked fairy and her evil accomplices and find happiness? Come along and find out but book early for best seats!

Contact Details: 020 8300 9027

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Website: http://www.necp.org.uk

Cost: £8.00

Saturday, 11th January 2020

Rapunzel Pantomime - 2:30 pm-5:00 pm

The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-9 Footscray Road, New Eltham

It's panto time again at New Eltham Methodist Church and this year NECP present our version of the famous Grimm's fairytale, cleverly re-worked to include all your panto favourites. Poor Rapunzel locked in a tower by wicked fairy Gothel longs for a life in the real world but has only her friends the squirrels for company. How will she escape the clutches of the wicked fairy and her evil accomplices and find happiness? Come along and find out but book early for best seats!

Contact Details: 020 8300 9027

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Website: http://www.necp.org.uk

Cost: £8.00

Rapunzel Pantomime - 7:30 pm-10:00 pm

The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-9 Footscray Road, New Eltham

It's panto time again at New Eltham Methodist Church and this year NECP present our version of the famous Grimm's fairytale, cleverly re-worked to include all your panto favourites. Poor Rapunzel locked in a tower by wicked fairy Gothel longs for a life in the real world but has only her friends the squirrels for company. How will she escape the clutches of the wicked fairy and her evil accomplices and find happiness? Come along and find out but book early for best seats!

Contact Details: 020 8300 9027

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Website: http://www.necp.org.uk

Cost: £8.00

Saturday, 18th January 2020

Quiz Night - 7:30 pm-10:00 pm

St Luke's Church Hall, , Westmount Road (corner of Dumbreck Road), Eltham, SE9 1XQ

Come to the St Luke's Quiz Night. Money raised will go to our Church Heating Appeal (we need to raise £100,000 for a new heating system).

Teams of 8 (maximum), but if you don't have a full team don't worry, we can find you other people to join yours.

Please bring your own drinks and nibbles.

Advance booking essential!

Contact Details: Margaret Almond 020 8850 7696

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Website: http://www.saintlukes-eltham.org.uk

Cost: £5.00

Thursday, 30th April 2020

Orpheus in the Underworld - 7:30 pm-10:15 pm

Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham

Ferrier Operatic Society perform Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach.
Most of us have probably heard the myth of the gifted musician Orpheus, who loved his wife Eurydice so much that he descended into hell to save her from death, only to fall at the last hurdle, but what if that isn’t exactly the whole story? Join us in this fun romp through mythology as we meet conniving Gods, a cheating husband and wife, and the most powerful force in the world, Public Opinion, and learn the truth behind the myth.
This is a rare opportunity to see the Jeremy Sams’ English translation of Offenbach’s original comic opera with great music (including the can-can) and a load of laughs – whoever thought a trip to hell would be so much fun!

Contact Details: 020 8850 3702 (Tue-Sat 10-1pm)

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Website: http://www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

Cost: £12.00

Friday, 1st May 2020

Orpheus in the Underworld - 7:30 pm-10:15 pm

Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham

Ferrier Operatic Society perform Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach.
Most of us have probably heard the myth of the gifted musician Orpheus, who loved his wife Eurydice so much that he descended into hell to save her from death, only to fall at the last hurdle, but what if that isn’t exactly the whole story? Join us in this fun romp through mythology as we meet conniving Gods, a cheating husband and wife, and the most powerful force in the world, Public Opinion, and learn the truth behind the myth.
This is a rare opportunity to see the Jeremy Sams’ English translation of Offenbach’s original comic opera with great music (including the can-can) and a load of laughs – whoever thought a trip to hell would be so much fun!

Contact Details: 020 8850 3702 (Tue-Sat 10-1pm)

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Website: http://www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

Cost: £14.00

Saturday, 2nd May 2020

Orpheus in the Underworld - 2:30 pm-5:15 pm

Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham

Ferrier Operatic Society perform Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach.
Most of us have probably heard the myth of the gifted musician Orpheus, who loved his wife Eurydice so much that he descended into hell to save her from death, only to fall at the last hurdle, but what if that isn’t exactly the whole story? Join us in this fun romp through mythology as we meet conniving Gods, a cheating husband and wife, and the most powerful force in the world, Public Opinion, and learn the truth behind the myth.
This is a rare opportunity to see the Jeremy Sams’ English translation of Offenbach’s original comic opera with great music (including the can-can) and a load of laughs – whoever thought a trip to hell would be so much fun!

Contact Details: 020 8850 3702 (Tue-Sat 10-1pm)

Email >>

Website: http://www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

Cost: £14.00

Orpheus in the Underworld - 7:30 pm-10:15 pm

Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham

Ferrier Operatic Society perform Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach.
Most of us have probably heard the myth of the gifted musician Orpheus, who loved his wife Eurydice so much that he descended into hell to save her from death, only to fall at the last hurdle, but what if that isn’t exactly the whole story? Join us in this fun romp through mythology as we meet conniving Gods, a cheating husband and wife, and the most powerful force in the world, Public Opinion, and learn the truth behind the myth.
This is a rare opportunity to see the Jeremy Sams’ English translation of Offenbach’s original comic opera with great music (including the can-can) and a load of laughs – whoever thought a trip to hell would be so much fun!

Contact Details: 020 8850 3702 (Tue-Sat 10-1pm)

Email >>

Website: http://www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

Cost: £14.00

Sunday, 7th June 2020

Bring and Buy Plant Sale in aid of Cancer Research UK - 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

11 Colepits Wood Road, Eltham, Eltham, SE9 2QJ

Enjoy a cream tea and stroll around the garden. Bric-a-brac stall in the front. Books, plant sundries and tools, raffle.

All plant donations and garden sundries very welcome.

Entrance 50p - just turn up.

Contact Details:

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Website: http://www.cancerresearchuk-greenwich.co.uk

Cost: £0.50

Sunday, 20th September 2020

The Green Chain Challenge 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon - 9:30 am-4:30 pm

Mottingham Sports Ground, Grove Park Road, London, SE9 4NP

THE ROUTE WILL BE RUN ALONG SECTIONS OF THE GREEN CHAIN PATH

Start will be in the corner of Mottingham sports ground - race HQ start and finish will be based here - with a gazebo for bag drop off near to the chain rooms.

Follow field round to run with court farm road on your right hand side - stay on the grass / footpath.
Park field end run along pavement of Court Farm Road - pass the junction of the crossest .
Take care crossing from the end of Oaks Farm Road by the roundabout cross over Grove Park Road and head straight over into Mottingham Lane. Follow the road round for half a mile past Eltham College junior school - then turn sharp left into the Green Chain path which is enclosed for approx 1 mile.
Come out past the college and cross over Marvels Lane again you will see the green chain signs and follow a small river called Quaggy River. The path leads into a small park called Chinbrook Meadows follow the path and signs straight through . Eventually you come out of the woods to follow a railway line - at the end of the path you turn right and cross over a bridge into new street hill . After half a mile we turn left into the forest past hall farm allotments- eventually the path goes right over the railway bridge and into kings meadow playing fields.
The path eventually comes out to the main road A212 burnt ash lane. We stay on the right side of this lane until we reach ridgeway drive - where we turn right. Follow ridgeway drive all the way round and it will eventually leave back onto new street hill . Go up the hill and cross over the railway bridge - then turn right and follow the signs round marvels wood.
Follow the green chain route across charminster road and then straight across to Castleton Road - through the woods and across dunkers road and route eventually leads back into Mottingham sports ground where the lap completed will be 6.5 miles.

Contact Details: http://go.evvnt.com/543129-0?pid=1915

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Website: http://go.evvnt.com/543129-2?pid=1915

Cost: £22.00