Myatt's Fields Forever
Come to the market this Sunday, noon - 2pm, to hear our latest Live At The Bandstand event. Inspired by the likes of The Beatles, Johnny Cash and James Brown – Clause 4 will be performing pop classics from the 60s as well as blues, country, Americana, and edgy rock and roll.
Join our carnival parade Something special is happening on Saturday 12 October. Our first-ever carnival parade will be dancing through the streets, lighting up the neighbourhood. It starts at 1.30pm from Max Roach, Wiltshire Road – reaching the park at 2.30pm where there'll be much more to enjoy at our Autumn Fair. Want to star in the parade?Email us (spots are limited)
Myatt's Autumn Fair
When the parade hits the park at 2.30pm, Myatt's will come alive with music, food, face painting and more. Try out your favourite Strictly moves to a live salsa band, donate and take away free stuff from the Bring and Take stall, and enter our cake competition. Submit your carnival-style cakes by 3.30pm on the day.
The best hot choc in town
Warm, creamy, chocolately, delicious. We think The Little Cat Cafe serves up the most indulgent hot chocolate going. But that's for you to judge. Nip down to the park and treat yourself to one – and let us know if you agree. We recommend giving the oat milk version a whirl.
Welcome Rajia and Fabrice!
Fabrice Boltho returns as our Community Gardener and Rajia Khan (pictured) joins as our new Volunteer Coordinator. They'll soon be running gardening sessions with a free lunch, which means we'll need volunteer Food Heroes to cook their favourite meals. lf you're up for cooking, let us know.
Volunteer(s) of the month
A big thank you to Marion and Melany for growing food over the summer for the beautiful market stall. They've put in hours of volunteer work and we are all healthier and happier as a result. The market will be open as usual, Sunday, 10-3pm.
Help your community get cycling Community Cycling Clubs empower people to get on a bike to boost their fitness and health, make new friends, learn skills and (most importantly) have fun. Cycling UK runs the programme and can help you set up new clubs in Lambeth by providing training, support and grants. If you're interested in taking part, please email us.
Black History Month at Minet
What were British attitudes towards Africans like in the early 1900s? How do community relations in London compare between now and then? Find out during this illustrated talk focusing on the 1909 book of Sierra Leonean, ABC Merriman-Labor. Minet Library, 7 October, 7pm-8pm.
Creative young leaders wanted
Science Gallery London is recruiting 15-25 year olds to represent the talent and diversity of our city. They will help us create a world where young people challenge research and culture to affect change. Find out more and apply today.
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