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CategoryHeritage and Culture
1 Pond RoadLondonSE3 9JL
We are a Church of England Church in Blackheath. Many of our members live nearby, but a significant number come from further afield. There is a warmth and friendliness about the people of St Michael’s that often makes visitors want to stay and become part of things. As well as lots of children and teenagers, we have people of every age, and our services contain a wide variety of modern songs and more traditional hymns. Our principal service is at 10.30 am on a Sunday morning at which there is provision for children and young people of all ages, including a creche for the under-3s…
20 Coopers CourtChurch RoadLondonW3 8PN
Hungarian Culture and Heritage Society was established 2011. Our aim is to help support and preserve the Hungarian culture and heritage, furthermore promote the cultural heritage for the benefit of the Hungarian and European public. In line with the constitution they also support Hungarian communities in the UK to integrate and contribute to the wider society. To help raise awareness of the hungarian society, there are many different activities you can take part in for example: undertaking annual programmes of…
Manchester RdIsle of DogsLondonE14 3NU
THE MASSEY SHAW FIREBOAT Massey Shaw is a unique London vessel launched in 1935, serving the London Fire Brigade until it was decomissioned in 1971. Named after Sir Eyre Massey Shaw, first chief fire office of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, Massey Shaw served during WWII in 'Operation Dynamo' and during 'The Blitz' being credited with saving hundreds of lives and bringing troops back from the beaches of Dunkirk. The Massey Shaw Educational Trust now has a proud owner and a fanastic group of volunteers working tirelessly to maintain the boat…
Sikh Temple1 Calderwood StreetLondonSE18 6QW
A Sikh place of worship which is open to visitors, irrespective of their religion or gender, at all times. The common translation of the term as temple is not satisfactory, as Sikhi possesses no sacraments and no priestly order. The essential feature of a Gurdwara is the presiding presence in it of the Sikh Sacred Scripture, Sri Guru Ganth Sahib, the Treasure of Spiritual Wisdom(gurmat) of the Sikhs. Please go to our website for further information about our activities and events.
Avery Hill Christian FellowshipSouthspringSidcupDA15 8EA
A very warm welcome to Avery Hill Christian Fellowship We are a thriving and friendly Christian community, meeting and worshipping at Avery Hill. We’d love to welcome you in person – come and join us for Sunday worship at 10:15am or have a look at our activities this week Activities include lunch groups, youth groups and opportunities to meet new people. Please visit our website for more details.
114-116Plumstead High StreetLondonSE18 1SJ
CESI is a charitable organisation established in 2007 in response to the needs of the Nepalese Community within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London. The overall aim of this project is to facilitate the integration of the Nepalese community people into the Royal Borough of Greenwich broader community through targeted support to enhance employability skills, help increase access to local level services including health services provided by the statutory and voluntary organizations. The project also aims to reduce isolation of the elderly people.…
The Charlton Society is dedicated to the conservation and improvement of Charlton; we all know about Charlton Athletic, Charlton House and the Thames Barrier, but there are many other features that make Charlton a uniquely attractive place to live. We monitor local planning applications, hold public meetings on local issues (such as the Charlton Riverside masterplan), that affect the people and environment in SE7. We also hold monthly talks on matters of local interest. The Charlton Society is run by a chair, secretary and a committee, which is elected at its…