Give Santa’s elfs a rest and grab yourself the perfect Christmas Gift at the Craft Fair on December 1st. Handmade wares by local traders. The day includes tree planting, kid’s crafting and a clothes swap. There’s something for everyone so come along for a fun day out. https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheGreenNunhead/events/
We are looking for part time business administrator, whose main focus is to proactively manage all of The Green’s user bookings including both regular and one off hires to make the most efficient use of The Green’s three rooms taking into account commercial and community booking interests.
You will also manage the office and admin processes and procedures at The Green to ensure that we deliver a high standard of service to the users booking The Green.
You will work with Centre Manager to develop the centre in line with strategic direction and targets for either occupancy or income.
We are looking for part time Centre Manager, who will will provide leadership and strategic direction to The Green community centre, its staff and volunteers in conjunction with the Nunhead’s Voice Board.
The role will encompass all aspects of the charity’s activities, managing the staff team to provide an inspiring programme, an inclusive and welcoming community hub, and a clear focus on the safety and well-being of all staff, volunteers and centre users.
The Centre Manager will secure the financial stability and sustainability of The Green community centre through a mix of commercial and community use, providing financial stewardship and keeping Nunhead’s Voice board informed and able to make financial decisions. You will ensure the team meet clear targets (occupancy or income) for both regular and one off hires.
The Centre Manager will also be responsible for developing a programme of community events and activities that furthers Nunhead’s Voice’s mission, supported by an active and effective fundraising strategy and an attractive volunteering programme.
Are regeneration and gentrification the same thing? Women in Film SE15’s short film night will aim to explore how communities – past and present – are trying to be involved when changes happen. There will be speakers and Q&A.
In this film adaptation of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, widowed Welsh mother Anna Loenowens (Deborah Kerr) becomes a governess and English tutor to the wives and many children of the stubborn King Mongkut of Siam (Yul Brynner). Anna and the king have a clash of personalities as she works to teach the royal family about the English language, customs and etiquette, and rushes to prepare a party for a group of European diplomats who must change their opinions about the king.
‘Sell Off’ is a one hour film by Peter Bach about the selling off, privatisation of our health service, and dismantling of our NHS. The film is just under an hour long, and charts how successive governments have operated over a 30 year period. This documentary is split into 10 chapters, and features many health professionals on the front line. Following the film our speakers will update the audience as to the situation today, what is happening on a local level, and will inform the audience as to what we can do to save what’s left of our NHS. This event is a call to action, as this will effect everyone in the country.
Dr Bob Gill will be the main speaker, is featured in the documentary, and is the best campaigner out there.
From 29th July – 9th August we will be partnering with Margaret’s Music Ltd and South London Samba to provide FREE drumming classes at The Green community centre in Nunhead for aspiring musicians aged 10-17.
Everyone is welcome, whether you’ve played for years or have never touched a drum!
Classes will be from 4-5:30pm on the following dates:
Monday 29th July
Tuesday 30th July
Wednesday 31st July
Thursday 1st August
Monday 5th August
Tuesday 6th August
Wednesday 7th August
Friday 9th August (4-6:30pm)
During the classes the band will learn three drumming pieces and develop their rhythmic skills.
On Friday 9th they will take to the streets in their SLS t-shirts* to perform the pieces they have learned. The first performance will be on Nunhead Green, then they will head to Peckham Rye Park to do a final show!
*A voluntary donation of £10 is asked for to cover the cost of band t-shirts
Can’t make it? Don’t worry, we will be starting (FREE!) weekly classes very soon. For more information send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Adam on 07507445952