Category Archives: Youth activities

Writing workshop

There is a free writing and performing workshop this coming Wednesday (29th May) at Cressingham Gardens Estate – see below. The event is aimed at 11 to 16 year olds and will feature readings from local poet and authors, lunch and a book giveaway! If you are interested in attending, you must book in advance with the organiser, Anne Cooper.

Hillside Gardens Park Annual Sports Day

The Friends of Hillside Gardens Park are holding their annual sports day on Saturday 18 May. There will be events for all ages and abilities, including those who just want to drink tea and eat cake! Everything will be free of charge. Check out the picture below for timings.

There should be no need to book, for most events, but some may be very popular. To be sure you can get to do the event that you are interested in, book here: https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/HillsideGardens/Events/Event/1f398361-d0bf-440c-8e0f-4bac8a550380


Football at Hillside Gardens Park

Last summer, the Friends of Hillside Gardens Park organised some football training sessions at the park for local children. The sessions were a great success, so this Easter the Friends will be holding some more.

The sessions are aimed at girls and boys aged 7 to 12. Expert football coaching is provided is provided by Furzedown United FC. Attendance is free of charge, due to support from PRERA and Lambeth Council.

Latest events at the Yellow Qube

The programme of events at the Yellow Qube for October and November has been published – see below. Do look out for the following two events, in particular:

  • 7pm Tuesday 31st October – Yellow Qube community steering group – open to anyone who would like to steer the work here at the Qube
  • 10am Saturday 11th November – First community gardening morning (rain or shine!)

Events programme for October and November. Click to download a PDF.
Events programme for October and November. Click to download a PDF.

Gate-closers on the play area

For several years the play area has been open to dogs, because the springs on the gates had broken. After months of nagging by the committee, the springs have now been replaced, so children should now be able to play without worrying about dog mess.

Do you like what PRERA is doing? Would you like to join us in making the estate cleaner, greener and a friendlier place? Contact us!