What's on in Tulse Hill

  • Tulse Hill Singing Group - meets every Tuesday evening The Tulse Hill singing group is going from strength to strength and now has about 20 members. At the moment we are meeting at Jubilee Hall, Greenleaf Close on Tulse Hill Estate, and at the Rotunda Community Centre on Cressingham Gardens Estate (both locations easily reached from Tulse Hill). We are extremely grateful to the Tenants and Residents Associations of both estates for their support over the last year. We meet on a Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30pm, and we welcome all comers, whether you have any experience of singing or not. The group are very supportive of each other and we are currently ably led by David Dellaire through Morley College, who are supporting us this ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2014, 10:19 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Forum AGM - Thurs 17 July 2014 (6:30 to 9pm) The Forum AGM will take place on Thurs 17 July at St Martin's Community Centre, Abbots Park, SW2 3PW from 6:30 to 9pm. Please come along and hear about the Forum's activities over the last year, and join in the discussion about future developments. There will also be elections for committee posts. If you are a member of the Forum, you are entitled to vote at the AGM. If you would like to get more involved in the Forum's work, why not nominate yourself for a committee position - see nomination form attached. This should be returned to the Forum by e-mail by 10 July 2014. Please return to enquiries@tulsehillforum.org.uk. We welcome nominations ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2014, 10:02 by Tulse Hill
  • Winners of Tulse Hill Together Each project on May 3rd won £400 to run projects that would make Tulse Hill a better place to live, meet there neighbours and feel safer 1Urban Arts TrainProject IdeaFunding to help us get our graffiti train to Josephine Avenue for Urban Arts .This is used as part of our community fund raising event (Urban Arts) which brings local volunteers together and raises money for local schools, residents' association and mental health project.Urban Arts takes place over the weekend Saturday 12th to Sunday 13th July plus display at Brixon Square the following week.2 Tulse Hill’sGot TalentProject Idea:Tulse Hill’s Got Talent’ is to be a show with local acts competing for ...
    Posted 7 May 2014, 01:28 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Together Project - Sat 3 May 2014 (4-7pm) The Tulse Hill Together Project organised by the Tulse Hill Forum and funded by Lambeth Council has been seeking individuals and organisations to put forward ideas for small projects in Tulse Hill, with the theme of neighbourliness. We are looking to fund projects (for up to £400)which bring neighbours and neighbourhoods together. By encouraging community projects, which bring people from different areas of Tulse Hill together, the hope is to break down barriers and reduce the fear of crime. Everyone living, working or studying in Tulse Hill is welcome to our event on Sat 3 May at St Matthew's Tenants' Hall at 10 St Matthew's Rd, SW2 1NH from 4-7pm. Come along and hear about the ...
    Posted 25 Apr 2014, 10:22 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Community Choir - Singing for All Tulse Hill Community Choir is up and running again and we would love to have new members from across the Tulse Hill community. We meet on a Tuesday evening (7-8:30pm) at various local venues. For the next 2 weeks  (Tues 25 Feb and Tues 4 March) we will be meeting at The Rotunda community centre on Cressingham Gardens Estate (just off Tulse Hill after Tescos) and we also have an additional singalong planned for Sat 1 March  at St Matthews Tenants Hall on St Mattthews Rd, SW2 from 3-5pm. All those who love to sing are welcome. Why not come along and experience the joy of singing with others, as well as meeting new friends and neighbours ...
    Posted 20 Feb 2014, 04:41 by Tulse Hill
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If you live, work or play in the Tulse  Hill area between

·       Brockwell Park and the South Circular ,Tulse Hill and Brixton Hill

·       Palace Road and the South Circular

 The Let’s Celebrate Tulse Hill Event was a great success (12th November). The evening started with the children learning how to drum using traditional African drums before they demonstrated their skills with a performance for the parents. Following that,  GOBRAVO.ORG made a presentation to the people of Tulse Hill. Then it was time for the musical entertainment. The Tulse Hill singing group  sang a collection of Christmas songs and then we were treated to a solo performance. 

In-between the entertainment the community organizers and the staff from Brixton Library collected feedback on what services local people wanted. This information will be collated to assist the Forum is determining which activities are needed in the area. 

All in all, it was a great evening.



Our People
Picture by Philip Hollis for DT Create.   19-3-11 Lee Dema with the Tulse Hill Estate footballers who play in his St Matthew's Project Football teams. Brockwell Park. South London Pic Shows:  Lee with the boys and the Under 11 side playing in Blue against Peckham. (Red/Black hoops)   People like Lee Dema who train young people week in and week out in Brockwell Park
Our Place
Explore our Parks and Open Spaces (walled garden Brockwell Park) more green spaces here
Our Voice
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