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They produce an excellent monthly newsletter which Love Clapham would highly recommend you sign-up for.The Clapham Society is also responsible for walks, talks and an authoratitive series of historic books and publications about Clapham and the surrounding areas.Weir Estate Residents Association: Website for Weir estate residents containing all of the information, news and events people living on the estate will need.
On sunny days the food is also cooked in the garden, adding to the BBQ party vibe.
The Friends of Clapham Common work with other organisations like the Clapham Society and even the local Councils to make sure the community’s views are put across.
You can become a memberfor £5 per year through their website.
Ok, maybe slightly harsh, but being alone on the dreaded VD can be tough.. It’s like “kick em when they’re down” in February, what with having to cope with unwanted “words of wisdom” from married Mandy in the office “It will happen when you stop looking” AND the constant tirade of over the top and quite frankly predictable, boring social media updates “OH MY GAWD…. unless you grab hold of that sweet shining single spade and dig your fine ass out of that shit pit. 1) Love Stinks Let’s Drink Nordic Bar, Fitzrovia, 14th Feb No fee Happy Hour is from 5-7 Go give out chocolate and tea to homeless people from pm Click here for more info 7) Educate yourself in some healthy debating on Valentines Day Watch the Webinar on Drugs. Register and watch here 8) Celebrate LGBT on Valentines Weekend Go along to the LGBT Fest at Clapham Common where performances will celebrate 50 Years since the Sexual Offences Act of 1967.
With two distinctive venues – in the heart of Clapham’s Old Town and on the exclusive King’s Road in Chelsea – The Jam Tree is a relaxed hideaway from the hubbub of London life.