Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Join us for the Christmas Market benefit gig

LVIG will be holding a benefit gig at the Ladywell Tavern on Saturday 10th October to raise funds towards the costs of the Ladywell Christmas Market.

For your entertainment and enjoyment, live music is provided courtesy of local band The Grey Cats (including an LVIG committee member playing saxophone!).

Come and join us from 8pm for great music and dancing and help make this a Christmas Market to remember!

Ladywell's Big Bulb Plant - Sunday 11th October

LVIG has signed up to the Big Bulb Plant, a nationwide campaign launched by The Eden Project and The Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre, which aims to brighten up communities through the planting of spring bulbs. As we were one of the first 100 community groups to apply, we’ve been given a donation of 250 tulip bulbs!

We now need to get these bulbs, along with new plants and flowers, into our planters to continue the displays throughout autumn, winter and into next spring. To keep Ladywell flourishing, join us for the next community planting day on Sunday 11th October to help refresh the planters and baskets with winter-flowering plants and spring bulbs.

Meet at 2pm outside Coral on Ladywell Road/Algernon Road and please bring any small gardening tools you have with you.

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Agenda for Meeting 16th September 2009

7.30pm Wednesday 16 September 2009
The Tank Art Gallery, Ladywell Road, SE13 7HS

This meeting is open to the public - we'd be delighted to see you there!

1. Update on Committee members
2. Autumn/ Winter planting
Finalise date
Sponsor a Tree! proposal
3. Ladywell Walking trail
4. Streetscape update – stocktake of outstanding Council actions
5. Dates for the Diary . . .
Christmas Market
LVIG Benefit Night 10th October
6. Publicity round up/ LVIG newsletter (Lara/ Eleanor)
7. Any Other Business

Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Minutes of Annual General Meeting - July 2009

Please click on the "comments" below to read the minutes from the AGM, including an overview from our guest speaker, Emily Miller, from the Meanwhile Space Project.