There will be a screening of Forest of Crocodiles at Roots and Shoots this week on Wednesday 6th April at 7pm. Entry fee is £5 and you'll need to book (call 0207 587 1131). It's a 52 minute documentary on the fears of white South Africans.
A once a month quiz night is now taking place at the marvellous Old Red Lion pub on Kennington Park Road. I think it's probably my favourite pub in the area. They have an outside yard, and a naturally-lit conservatory area for when it's colder, and little cubby holes off to the side for small groups, and food... I believe the Campaign for Real Ale people support it as they're visiting in April. The quiz will take place on the second Thursday of the month, at 8pm (but arrive at 7pm onwards to be guaranteed a table) and the next quiz will be held on April 14th.
Anybody interested in volunteering to repaint the children's bus in Kennington Park in the playground this Saturday should contact: chloejocasta (then insert the at symbol) gmail (then insert a full stop) com. The Friends of the Park are also eager to review the new children's fitness equipment in the park, and they'll be there on Saturday to collect people's views.
And finally... on a related note, Free Tai Chi (it's free, thanks to funding from the Kennington Association, but donations are welcome), will recommence in Kennington Park on Thursdays from 14:00 - 15:00 and Saturdays from 11:00 - 12 noon.
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