We’ll have African drumming by Henri Gaobi, master drummer and drum doctor from the Ivory Coast, plus a fancy dress competition at our Halloween celebration on Sunday 28th October 2pm-4pm
We’ll award prizes for the best costume: 5 and under; 12 and under; and anyone else – judging from 3pm to 3.20pm. Buy spooky cakes and drinks from the Little Cat Café.
FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT IN MEMORY OF LOCAL TEENAGER
Lambeth Tigers (who train young footballers in Myatt’s Fields Park) are organising a football tournament on Monday 29th October in remembrance of Junio Nkwelle.
The club says: “The Lambeth Tigers family are saddened by the tragic death of Junior Nkwelle who passed away on Thursday 27th September aged just 15 years.
Junior was an aspiring coach and much loved, respected volunteer worker and role model at Lambeth Tigers who had his whole future ahead of him.
Junior gave up his time to volunteer at the club during holiday camps and weekends. He had an amazing rapport with our young footballers and was a friend to many of the older boys.”
The football tournament, which is being held as part of Kick Racism out of Football, will be held from noon to 4pm on 29th October. Tournament age groups: U8, U9, U10
If your club or school would like to enter please call Lucia on 07956 101387.
GREENHOUSE OPEN DAY
Help us plant vegetables for the winter at our greenhouse open day which will be held from 11.30am on Sunday 4th November.
And enjoy a meal cooked by one of our food heroes at 1pm. Everyone and all ages warmly welcome.
ART EXHIBITIONS IN THE ROUNDHOUSE
We can announce two forthcoming art events in our Roundhouse, "Themes of Beginnings, Ends & Limits" by Hannah Lees on 17th November at 2-4pm and 'Whence' by Roland Brauchli on 27-28 October at 2-6pm
FOOD SESSIONS AT THE PARK
Everyone is welcome to come along and learn how to make healthy continental vegetarian dishes during the Food Heroes session from 10.30am on Saturday 27th October.
And for fans of Thai food there’s a treat on 3rd November when we’ll be learning how to make tomkah gai with steamed rice, chicken breast and baby mushrooms.
The sessions are open to everyone – come along and help cook, or just turn up and eat at noon if you want to. You don’t need to be an expert cook, we design the sessions so people can just roll up their sleeves and help with chopping, stirring and eating!
We pay food heroes £40 to teach other people about the food they know and love. No experience is needed and you will be supported by our food manager Fiorella Fronzi during the session. If you are interested in becoming a food hero please contact Fiorella Fronzi on email@example.com.
FAMILY COOK AND EAT BREAKFAST CLUB
We’ll be making yoghurt and rhubarb crumble at the family cook and eat breakfast club this Friday (October 26th) from 9am in the Mulberry Centre. Next week will be yoghurt and rhubarb crumble. The family cook and eat sessions allow children and adults to cook and eat together. Everyone welcome.
RETIRED PEOPLE'S LUNCH CLUB
Retired people are welcome to come and eat lunch made with vegetables and fruit from the greenhouse at the depot from noon each Friday. These sessions are informal and friendly and everyone is welcome.
The food sessions are funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s Local Food scheme.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF MYATT’S FIELDS PARK PROJECT
Myatt’s Fields Park Project Group invites you to attend its Annual General Meeting on Thursday 15th November at 7pm at Longfield Hall, Knatchbull Road, London SE5. Everyone is welcome to come along and take part.
The group’s Executive Committee will be standing for re-election at this meeting. There are places for 10 elected members from the
community plus two co-opted members. Current members of the Executive Committee, who are local residents, stand down at every AGM. Some of executive members will stand for re-election.
If you are 18 years of age or over, are a local resident and/or park user, care about the future of the park, can help us to develop and implement the current plans for the park and can attend three or more meetings a year (usually at 6.30pm on a weekday), then please do put yourself forward for the Executive Committee. We particularly hope that people who are actively involved in the project - whether the cafe, greenhouse or events - will come forward. As an Executive Committee member, you will also be a Director and a Trustee of the Myatt’s Fields Park Project registered charity no. 1139256.
If you would like to stand for nomination to the Executive Committee, please fill in the form below and write a short paragraph about yourself, not more than 200 words, (your name, any involvement you have with our projects or the park and what ideas and experience you can bring to the project. This must be submitted by post to The Depot, Myatt's Fields Park, Cormont Road, London SE5 9RA or by email by 8th November 2012. You should have a local resident nominate you, and another to second your nomination. If you have any queries, please do email me by email.
or ring Victoria Sherwin, development/education officer on 0207 926 0394. For information about the Group, go to our website at www.myattsfieldspark.info