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Founded in 1937, The Blackheath Society aims to preserve and improve Blackheath.


We work to maintain and improve local amenities for current and future enjoyment and manage an extensive archive on Blackheath’s past.

We keep members informed about community events and give members a voice on current local issues.

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The New Storyboards on the Heath

Seven storyboards depicting the major events and wildlife on Blackheath have been unveiled by the Blackheath Society.

The boards are placed at strategic points to form a history trail around the Heath, providing detailed information of the events which occurred in each area, important characters who have shaped our history and, where relevant, ecological issues and its flora and fauna.

They were unveiled in a ceremony on April 29 next to the first board, on Royal Parade near a section of the Heath known as Washerwomen’s Bottom. Despite cold, blustery weather, over 70 people heard local councilors, the project designers local historian Neil Rhind and architect Madeleine Adams, and history Professor Anne Curry praise the three-year project.as a great contribution to the area.

The boards were sponsored by the Boroughs of Lewisham and Greenwich, the OnBlackheath festival community fund, local councilors, the Agincourt 600 Fund and the Blackheath Society.

The Storyboards on the Heath, map and information leaflet is available from the Blackheath Society office or you can download a copy here.

 

Local naturalist Joe Beale has written An Introduction to Blackheath’s Clovers and Allies

It was created in association with The Natural History Museum’s Identification Trainers for the Future programme in June 2017

You can download a copy here to help identify some of the key species. 

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'Arts & Culture in Blackheath'

The Society has joined together with four not for profit organisations in the Village to produce this booklet.  Here you will discover where to join in with concerts, literary events, walks, talks and educational opportunities. You can pick up your FREE copy from the Blackheath Society office or download a copy here.

 

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office@blackheath.org
020 8297 1937

The Old Bakehouse
11 Blackheath Village
London, SE3 9LA

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9.30 - 13.30

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