Kathy, Kevin and Peter
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This week sees the St George’s Festival (Church pictured below) in Beckenham High Street. Tomorrow afternoon sees a horn trio performing at 2-30pm. Ticket prices are £10 and £5 for under 25’s. For more information on the whole week which features performances by the Bootleg Beatles and Richard Digance, please go to http://www.stgeorgesarts.co.uk
Penge Festival resumes tomorrow. Local historian, Martin Spence (pictured below) will be giving a talk at Melvin Hall in Melvin Rd at 7pm on the subject of the making of Penge. Cheese and wine will also be available.
A planning application for four three bedroom houses at 186 Anerley Rd (pictured below) at the Seymour Villas junction has been refused at appeal.
This will take place from 2-30pm until 8pm at the Penge East Community Centre (pictured below) in Station Rd by the Penge East Station Car Park. There is no admission fee but food and drink will be charged for. All welcome.
Local historian, David Johnson leads the Penge Festival Cemetery Walk on Sunday @ 2-30pm. Meet outside the main gates of Beckenham Crematorium in Elmers End Rd (pictured below). There will be a retiring collection.