Free workshop to create your own street art on Thursday 22 Oct 2020
A family friendly event to get creative organised by Grosvenor as part of their community engagement activities. This is a free workshop to create your own street art. Booking essential
Thursday 22nd October, 3-6.30pm | Location: 100 Clements Road (Entrance opposite Stork’s Road), Biscuit Factory, SE16 4DG
Come and see artist Alec Doherty and his team paint a new mural artwork on the wall facing Clements Road. Then create your own version at the arts & crafts station hosted by Bede House.
Register online on Eventbrite!
The safety of residents and the community is is priority in any public activity. This event will follow the government guidelines, with a limited and socially distanced audience, so please book in advance and arrive 15 mins before to allow time for registration before the workshop starts.
There will be three time slots with a maximum of number of people. You can use the option below to register or visit the event listing on Eventbrite here
Learn about Grosvenor’s project for Bermondsey
Come and meet the Grosvenor team and hear about the construction works now beginning on site. They’ll be joined by Compass School Southwark, Blue Bermondsey BID, the Peek Freans Museum and Bede House.
Grosvenor Britain & Ireland creates great places where communities, business and nature thrive. We create and manage sustainable neighbourhoods in London, including Bermondsey and the West End, as well as across the South of England. GBI is one part of a global, privately-owned family business. That means we act patiently, think long-term, and give equal weight to the social and commercial impact of everything we do. In February 2020 the Greater London Authority approved the proposals to deliver 1,548 new homes at a range of rents, alongside a new secondary school facility, employment, cultural and retail spaces, knitted together through a network of new landscaped spaces and convenient routes.
Find out more at www.grosvenorandbermondsey.com
Government’s social distancing and hygiene guidelines will be followed, with track and trace registration required on entry. The event may be cancelled due to bad weather or if a change to government guidance means it is no longer possible. All registered attendees will be notified