come together through shared interests for collective activity
heritage, environment, culture, place
Meet us at the Vicar's Oak
Upcoming dates for garden volunteering
Fridays 10am - 12 noon
13th May
27th May
Meet at the corner of Crystal Palace Parade and Anerley Hill.
All tools provided, no experience necessary.
Join Invisible Palace garden volunteers for a visit to Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses (BPCG). BPCG is a community garden in the heart of Lambeth's Brockwell Park. We'll be meeting Chris Smith, Chair of BPCG to find out more about how the charity runs the garden, and the horticultural and community-based activities they offer.
Friday 20th May 11am
at the main entrance to Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses 

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The Upper Terrace during the Festival of Empire in 1911. Credit: London Borough of Lambeth Archive Department
The World on the Upper Terrace: Empire, Race and Nation at the Crystal Palace Sydenham
Tuesday 24th May 7:30pm Crystal Palace Museum, Anerley Hill, SE19 2BA

Drawing on our new research into the lost Upper Terrace statues from Crystal Palace Park, this talk will highlight the ways in which Empire, Race and Nation were represented at the Crystal Palace. The talk will be given by Kate Nichols, an art historian and a Fellow at Birmingham University.

Find out more and book on Eventbrite alternatively contact for assistance with booking

Photo: The Upper Terrace during the Festival of Empire in 1911. Credit: London Borough of Lambeth Archive Department
Come Join the Circus
Join My Aerial Home for an exciting Aerial Arts session for 11-16 year olds that want a challenge in a variety of aerial circus disciplines.
Monday 30th May 3pm - 5pm
Contact to get involved
Circus activities have been developed for young people locally by Invisible Palace and My Aerial Home. This session is being run by CPCT Youth but is open to all young people between 11 and 16.
self-guided walks from the Vicar's Oak
Over summer 2020 Invisible Palace worked in partnership The Norwood Society to produce two self-guided walks. These are available now at local cafes and shops round Crystal Palace Triangle.​​​​​​​ Or can be downloaded from our website.
Join our mailing list for updates on the next series of small group guided walks.
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