Forest Hill Library has changed from being a council-run library to a community model library. Your library membership has not changed, your book-borrowing rights will not change and there will be little or no impact on the way books are reserved, borrowed or returned. The Library still benefits from access Read more [...]
An artistic and community resource where diversity and creativity flourish. A space where new talent is nurtured and exposed to ideas from across the world. High quality creative experiences relating to the communities we serve. A creative centre for learning within the community, contributing to the cultural, social and economic benefit of South East London. Read more [...]
Offer: 10% off room bookings and cafe (excluding alcohol)
Welcome to the Hill Station Located on Kitto Road at the top of Telegraph Hill, London SE14, The Hill Station houses a community cafe, shop and exhibition space, and has become an every-changing venue for social change and creativity.
Welcome to The New Cross House Where you can grab a hand stretched, lovingly made pizza, with a range of incredible toppings. A cold, frosty pint of delicious craft beer. Dance the night away with your mates to tunes being spun by our constantly rotating line-up of amazing DJ’s. We Read more [...]
Visit our libraries to borrow books, DVDs and CDs. With your library card you can also borrow from our eLibrary which includes eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and newspapers. Libraries also offer study space, free PC access, free WiFi and photocopiers.
The Deptford Lounge provides a range of community services including a public library, computer labs, study areas, a café, room hire and a roof-top ball court. Situated just off Deptford High Street, the Lounge is part of an innovative development sharing facilities with primary school Tidemill Academy, and including Resolution Read more [...]
Situated in the heart of leafy Lee, The Lord Northbrook is a stylish Victorian pub serving first-class beers and tasty homemade food. Long established as a community favourite, the pub was refurbished in late 2016 – with a fresh new look putting The Lord well ahead of its peers.