Local upcoming events
Slap stick fun at
Bromley Family Film Club
Saturday, 29 February 2020 from 14:00 to 16:30 (GMT)
Bromley BR1 1EX
The Bromley Family Film Club is returning this month with a Free Film Event: Slapstick fun with live piano for the whole family.
Join us for a screening of Buster Keaton’s famous slapstick ‘Sherlock Junior’ with live piano accompaniment by John Sweeney. Of course there will be plenty of opportunity to get creative on beforehand and make your own early cinema toy like thaumatropes, flipbooks etc.
About ‘Sherlock Junior: In SHERLOCK JR., a humble projectionist visiting his girlfriend is framed by another suitor for a stolen pocket watch. Unfortunately the detective how-to manual he reads incessantly is no help as he’s thrown out on the street. Back at the movie theater he falls asleep on the job and dreams himself into the on-screen movie and the role of Sherlock Holmes. As Sherlock, he’s onto the jewel thieves right under his nose and cleverly spoils their nefarious plots against him. Meanwhile the projectionist’s girlfriend does her own sleuthing to try to clear his name.
Even viewers who normally don’t seek out silent movies or classics in general are in for a treat. Sherlock Jr. is clever, charming, inventive, and full of surprises. There’s so much packed into 44 minutes, it’s hard to believe that there’s a movie within a movie and a love story and a frame-up and it all ties together and makes perfect sense with just the occasional pithy caption.
Please book your tickets via this Eventbrite page.
We hope you can make it!
Activities soon to come!!!
Destiny Children and Family Support Group
Please contact Saskia Van Roomen on 07747758855 or send an email to email@example.com
Clayarts Art Workshops
Pottery and ceramic session
The classes for children are starting again on 8th September.
Saturday from 10 to 11am at St Mary’s Church Hall per session £10, 5 weeks £40, 10 weeks £80.
To book contact Estelle on 07909030379 or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: St Mary’s Church Hall, College road, Bromley
Come along & join us in our spacious studio with pottery making & a range of other crafts!
Have thought of a pottery painting party in your own home? We offer Pottery Painting Party Packs for children or adults.
We’ll cater for all your cupcake needs. Whether you are having a children’s party, baby shower, corporate event, or just fancy a tasty treat, we’d love to help.
Pop into our café for a cupcake or contact us for more information
We are a group of 20 people with learning disabilities who have started up Pretty Little Cupcakes. All of us have been looking for employment and most of us have never had any form of employment before. We are being supported in our new venture and have a staff team from PLUS (Providence Linc united Services) to help us run our business.
For more information please contact Erika on 02087785504.
Please visit us on facebook: Pretty Little Cupcakes
Arts and Craft
This workshop enhances art skills to make cards and express yourself through art, in a relaxing environment. Very therapeutic as well as a creative way of saving money and adding a personal touch by creating your very own card!
(Individuals of ages are welcome)
Every Monday and Wednesdays from 10am till 12pm.
Location: 23 High street, Penge. SE20 7HJ
Fee: £5 per session
For more information please contact Erika on 02082971250
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Children’s Events at St Paul’s Cray Library
St Paul’s Cray Library
St Paul’s Cray
BASKETBALL FOR YOUNG & ADULTS (ages 16-24 years).
All abilities are welcome!
Every Mondays from 5pm-6pm
Venue , Bromley URC, 20 Widmore Road, Bromley, BR1 1RY
(For only £1 per session)
All sessions are led by a qualified coach, first aid trained and DBS checked.
To Join the team, please call on Tel 0203 583 3005 , Mob 0795 074 6544 or email us at: email@example.com
- Exercise Fitness Dance Classes for Women & Girls
Sessions run every week on Saturdays from 10:30-11:30am at Orpington Fire Station, Avalon Road, Orpington, Kent, BR6 9AX
The list of organisation below also organise various events you might find useful, please contact us for further assistance:-
- Bromley Mencap
- Burgess Autistic Trust
- CASPA Bromley
- Bromley Parent Voice
- Magpie dance
- Dimensions (Autism friendly cinema screenings)
Please note that any individuals or organisations included in this summary are not recommended or endorsed by Education and Care and Health Services. Some summary of activities and support is written and devised by the Disabled Children’s Team for parents and carers of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities living in the London Borough of Bromley. Professionals working with children, young people and their families may also find it useful.
It is designed to enable individuals to find out what is available as a means of support and to access services available locally more easily and directly. This is by no means a definitive summary to summer activities and other services and we recommend you contact the service or organisation directly for further information.
It must be pointed out, however, that not all services are available or appropriate for every child, parent or carer. Some services are available only to children who have been assessed and referred by a professional.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information provided, we cannot accept responsibility or liability for any errors which may have occurred. It is therefore, recommended that you always check details with providers to ensure their service meets your requirements.
Other relevant information
Your local council can also provide help with the cost of organizing activities if you have a disabled child, with the including:
(If you think your child may qualify, contact the social services team at your local council)