DUE TO TIER4 COVID RESTRICTIONS - events on 20th, 22nd and 23rd Decemember are cancelled. Throughout December, enjoy festive music and performances around the Christmas Tree by some of the talented local community: Christ Church Musicians - Tuesday 8th 6.30pm Palace Acappella - Wednesday 9th 7.00pm New Covenant Church CHORDS - Saturday 12th 5.00pm Gipsy … Continue reading Festive performances at our Gipsy Hill Christmas tree
This December, could you help a fellow member of our community who is having a hard time at the moment by writing some Christmas cards, donating a small gift or making a small donation? The Friends of Gipsy Hill are working with Christ Church Open Door Kitchen and Paxton Green Time Bank to share some extra … Continue reading Dear Neighbour Christmas Appeal
A HUGE thank you from all the Friends of Gipsy Hill, to EVERYONE who supported, helped, inspired and contributed, to the amazing (and first) community Christmas Tree crowd funder for Gipsy Hill, on Gipsy Hill! The reaction from so many has been amazing... with people cheering, taking photos, saying thank you, and stopping on their … Continue reading A tree of hope for Gipsy Hill!
STOP PRESS!!! GIPSY HILL HAS BEEN AWARDED 2ND PLACE FOR "MOST ENHANCED STATION" IN THE COUNTRY! Huge thank you to all the volunteers and supporters to achieved this amazing award... and of cource thanks to Fanny, the Gipsy Hill cat for here dedication to our station too. AMAZING NEWS! Friends of Gipsy Hill have been … Continue reading Community Rail Awards 2020 – GIPSY HILL !!!
UPDATE!!! The Gipsy Hill Advent windows are here! Starting on 1st December at Christ Church and going all the way to 24th December. Each day is celebrated by a member of our community - a home, school or business - and will reveal a new Advent window display inspired by the theme 'comfort and joy'. … Continue reading Advent Windows
Send us your ideas for how we can make it a special place where everyone can enjoy, by 31 Oct. There’s loads of potential - watch the video to see more ... https://twitter.com/i/status/1316355893127188480 Email email@example.com with your ideas! It's little way down Sainsburys Road, next to Platform 1 by Gipsy Hill Station... share your ideas … Continue reading A new community garden for Gipsy Hill
STOP PRESS! FUNDED!!! INSTALLATION DUE TO START 21st NOV!!! HUGE HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED.. and including our amazing local business sponsors, and Lambeth Council for the donation too. We have also managed to raise funds for Christ Church Open Door Kitchen that delivers hot food to people in SE19. We have been … Continue reading Christmas Tree for Gipsy Hill
Upcoming Community Action days Community Station Garden Events - they take place at the community garden by Gipsy Hill Station - 10am to 2pm. Entrance by Platform 1 in Sainsbury Road. 22nd August 19th September 17th October Friends of Gipsy Hill AGM FoGH Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on 19 September 2021 at 4pm, in the … Continue reading Summer Action Days and AGM
Special Events this month... Wed 22th July, 6pm to 7.30pm – The Long Meadow Clean Up (part 1) . Help give Long Meadow some love and TLC with an early evening clean up. Drop in any time to join us, for little or longer time. Hand sanitiser and hand cleaning materials provided, and litter pickers, … Continue reading Special Events in Gipsy Hill in July
Covid19 has caused dreadful loss and sadness to many locally. It has also separeated and isolated many from their loved ones and friends. During this time many locally have rallied together to help others. Hear are a few of the many local stories, and huge THANK YOU to everyone who is helping and volunteering. Open … Continue reading Our Local Covid19 Stories
Our new arrival at GIPSY HILL! HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who helped with our new GIPSY HILL mural… and made it so lovely and locally inspired! It’s been a huge team effort from Friends of Gipsy Hill, Lionel Stanhope, Southern Rail and with special thanks to our epic supporters Network Rail for their funding. … Continue reading Community pride with Lionel Stanhope station bridge mural!