Croydon is a buzzing hub of exciting events and activities this autumn season, with delicious street food to try and unique experiences and festivals to explore. We have a wide range of ideas for the best way to spend November, whether you are looking for a new shop to visit or a fun event for the weekend. Here’s 9 fun and unique things to do in Croydon this November!
The beginning of september can only mean one thing: the countdown to Halloween season! Whether you’re looking to dance the night away or entertain the kids, we’ve got your Halloween festivities covered. Get your pumpkins lit and keep those trick or treat bowls full and we’ll take you on a tour of the best ways to celebrate the spooky season in South London!
The start of September doesn’t have to mean the end of summer fun! Head down to Peckham Festival from the 13th to the 15th September 2019! This 100% non-profit festival is the perfect way to celebrate Peckham’s community whilst spending the weekend soaking up the last rays of summer. The festival is supported by Copeland Park & Bussey Building, Social and #PeckhamIsOpen through Southwark Council.
Meet Jane Martin: Crofton Park’s local legend; Mother; Patron of independent business; Deputy Director of Brockley Max; blogger; passionate Remainer and the woman behind @JaneCanDoSE4. This August will mark her thirtieth year living in Crofton Park and she’s easy to spot when I arrive for our meeting at Parlez in Brockley. She’s the one chatting to just about everyone in the café. It’s a beautiful sunny day and we take a seat outside, it really is Jane in her natural habitat: a bright and breezy Southeast London parade, waxing lyrical about her love of all things local…
The music industry has been profoundly changed by multinationals, the internet and online streaming. In a time where we can listen to practically any track we like at the click of a button, it is amazing that independent record shops are able to survive. Yet surviving they are, thriving in fact - with hundreds more being opened in the past five years. This is a testament to community and Record Store Day is an annual celebration of this unique and global culture. We've compiled a list below of South London's best-loved independent music spots, and whether they're participating in Record Store Day.
As September approaches, it is time to accept that Autumn is upon us. As it gets a little colder and darker, it's easy to retreat into your living room for 6 months. But Autumn 2017 South of the river is looking to be packed with stuff to do, and we wouldn't want you to miss it. Whether you're into art, music, cooking or socialising, we've got you covered. So throw on your scarves and rally up some friends, because Autumn is the new Summer in South London.