Please add these entries to your diaries and spread the word. More details in the months to come.
After our first successful Lambeth Palace Garden fundraiser in August, we are the only charity in 2018 to be invited back for a second year running!. So date for your diary: Friday August 3, 12 noon to 3pm. Entrance is a £5 donation to Bede.
We’re delighted that the Clare College Choir will sing for Bede at St Mary’s Church, Rotherhithe on Monday evening, December 17, 2018.
Thank you to everyone that came out to support Bede, in whatever way, at our Xmas Fair last Wednesday.
With your help, we raised a whopping £932.23 in 3 hours!.
Thank you all once again and Seasons Greetings!
Below is an article about Bede’s relocation plans from the Thursday 19th October edition of Southwark News. Alternatively please visit: https://www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/open-usual-says-bede-house-director/ for the online version.
Defend yourselves and support Bede at the same time! Dulwich Wing Tsun Academy presents Women’s Defence Seminar’s. Next session: 21st October, Off the Rails Studio, Clapham Junction. See poster for details.
20% of the proceeds will be donated to Bede’s Starfish Domestic Violence project.
This is a free event with refreshments provided.
Last week saw 2 great fundraising events for Bede starting with a glorious afternoon at Lambeth Palace Gardens last Friday (1 September). Thanks to the large number of people who attended, a fantastic amount of funds was raised for Bede’s vital work in Southwark. They also contributed to making it very a special day in Bede’s 79th year. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank photographer Kevin Ireland and the staff and volunteers at Lambeth Palace Gardens, especially Trisha Shannon, their Events & Tours Manager, for helping to make last Friday such a special day!
On Sunday 3rd September the Grosvenor Fair took place, this year at Compass School, Bermondsey.
There was a good turn out and although it got a little damp later on in the day, people’s enthusiasm didn’t! Besides fairground rides and games, food and drink stalls and a petting zoo, there were live performances including one from our very own Youth worker, Yusuf Karga aka YazStar. A surprise performance also came from local fishmonger Russell Dryden (Bastru) who can certainly hold a tune!
Thanks to everyone that supported us on the day including Kate Nottidge and her colleagues from Grosvenor, Compass School, Big Local, the entertainers and stall holders and everyone that came along to enjoy the day. Proceeds from the entertainment are going to Bede’s Starfish, Domestic Violence project.
Thank you to everyone that came on Wednesday and to staff and volunteers who made the whole thing happen. We raised £165 which will go towards our Youth Adventure project.
Below is a short compilation of the day.
Thanks to everyone that came to our Summer Funday yesterday. We raised £163, which is going towards Youth project activities. Please enjoy some of the snaps taken!
Posted by Bede House on Thursday, 24 August 2017