Thursday 23 October - Lost Effra Talk ‘London’s Lost Rivers’:  Tom Bolton, a researcher and writer, and the author of London’s Lost Rivers: A Walker’s Guide: will give a talk at the Belair Park Community Centre on Gallery Road. He will talk about London’s lost rivers, especially the Effra, and, among other things, he will reveal Brixton’s forgotten rural past, find out why the Oval is oval and visit the oldest inhabited spot in London.

Sunday 14 September – Dulwich Vegetable Garden open day at Rosebery Lodge in Dulwich Park. 12-4pm.  Tea & home-made cakes, fun for children, competitions, demonstrations etc.

Sunday 14 September – ‘St Saviour’s via Sunray’ - a Lambeth Heritage Festival walk via the Sunray Estate to St Saviour’s Parish Hall, which celebrated its centenary this year. Meet at 2:30pm at the ‘red post’ at the top of Red Post Hill (junction Denmark Hill/Herne Hill).

Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 September – Open House: The Crystal Palace subway will be open again this year – for the ticket ballot email There is also a separate exhibition at the concert platform called ‘Inspired by the subway’ which is free, and will include art work by local young people from CPCDT art groups and local artists; audio visual displays recounting the recent history of the subway, told by the people who used it; plus a scale model of the High level Station built by the Southwark Model Railway Club who will be running models of the last two trains to leave the station exactly 60 years ago.

Sunday 20 September – ‘Love West Dulwich’: many businesses will be running unique events, and promos throughout the day (10.00am–6.00pm). The launch will end with an evening soiree, with live jazz band and a barbeque at the Alleyn Park Garden Centre (6.00pm – 9.00pm)