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October Half-term Activities

There are lots to do this half-term, whether you want to get out and explore some nature or stay cosy indoors with some online fun, we have the activities for you! Keep on reading to find out more.

 

Want to get outside and explore all the nature and history Camberwell has to offer?

Follow the Camberwell Black History Walk 

There is a lot to learn about the rich history of Camberwell. Join us on Tuesday 27th October for a Black History walk to explore and learn about inspiring Black leaders and cultural landmarks.

Due to COVID we have limited spaces, so make sure you book in the link below by Friday 23rd October. Minnie will then let you know if you have a spot on Monday 26th October. 

Book here

Feel free to follow the walk on your own, the guide is available here

 

Para nuestra actividad de vacaciones de mitad de trimestre en octubre, tomaremos parte de la caminata de historia africana alrededor de Camberwell para explorar y aprender sobre los líderes africanos inspiradores y los puntos de referencia culturales. Hay mucho que aprender sobre la enriquesedora historia de Camberwell: desde Una Marson, una poeta y feminista y la primera creadora de programas de mujeres negras en la BBC, hasta Theatre Peckham, donde el actor de Star Wars John Boyega perfeccionó su oficio.

La caminata se llevará a cabo el martes 27 de octubre con dos grupos pequeños que nos reuniremos desde las 11:00 y 11:30 en Camberwell Green (area de juegos)

Para reservar tu plaza porfavor complete el siguiente formulario hasta el viernes 23 de octubre. Minnie confirmará su plaza y más detalles el lunes 26 de octubre.

Book here

 

Follow the Remarkable Trees Tour of Camberwell

During the course of this 40-45 minute walk, you will be guided through five parks and gardens close to St Giles Church in the centre of Camberwell. Local groups looking after these open spaces have chosen eight trees that are remarkable because of their size, local history, unusual appearance, or just because they are wonderful examples of their species. 

Check out the guide here.

 

Or join some great online activities from home!

Wiggle and Rhyme for Under 5s

From Monday to Friday 10:30-11 am you can listen to African and Caribbean folktales and stories live on Facebook. Follow the link here

 

Happy Windrush Day with Winston Nzingna for ages 5+

31st October 10 am Listen and sing along with Winston Nzinga recounting special Caribbean folk stories with music and song from the Windrush generation. Watch live on Facebook here.

 

Free Family Tree making workshop with Dr Aubrey Allwood 

28th October 7-8pm - Join Dr Audrey Allwood, author of Belonging in Brixton: An Ethnography of Migrant West Indian Elders in Brixton for a Family Tree Making Workshop. For more details and to register follow the link here.

 

Family Learning Festival 2020

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  • Wilhelmina Perry
    published this page in Blog 2020-10-21 13:15:47 +0100