As part of the Peckham Festival, join the Friends of Kirkwood Park and Kirkwood Nature Reserve and the Friends of the Peckham Coal line for a Commi-tea Party in Peckham’s secret Nature Reserve.

Come for family fun and shenanigans, a tea party and more. Including wood craft workshop, family friendly woodland Games, apple picking & foraging, mystical storytelling, info on the Peckham Line feasibility study progress, teas and cakes and more. Bring your own picnic.

Line up:

12 noon – Tea and cakes are ready and served through the afternoon. They’ll also be running kids woodcraft activities throughout plus have a display of Coal Line info and activities for you to input into the feasibility study too.

12 noon – Foraging walk with Penny of Pickling Peckham fame – spend an hour of so foraging for edible goodies and then the second part of the session turning them into tasty goodies

1pm – Hear local Peckham locals Alan Glen -one of Britain’s top harmonica players- and Steve Morrison who blends the driving rhythms of John Lee Hooker with the sweet slide of Ry Cooder play a set amongst the tress.

2pm – Some tunes from the local Murmuration choir

2.30pm – Hylda Sims local, Novelist, Songwriter and Poet will be performing with Simon Prager and Alan Glen for an extra special – playing their eclectic mix of Blues, Skiffle and original songs