The Hill Station Community Cafe - Opens Sunday

This Sunday is the official opening of the new community cafe and meeting space for Telegraph Hill. Called The Hill Station, it occupies the space underneath what used to be Cafe Orange

Delivered by community group "Bold Vision", it's the culmination of months of hard work, fund raising and planning.

The event coincides with the The Telegraph Hill Big Lunch, which will close the top of Kitto Road for a street party to celebrate the completion and opening of Phase 1. The party starts at 12pm, bring a picnic and food to share. There’ll be children’s art activities, live music from Kat Drake, the Little Devils and others.

Meanwhile, the Rokeby Road Big Lunch party is taking shape too. Organiser Andy says:

We’ve got sound system, lovely northern soul, motown and latin djs lined up, as well as a live ska band (fingers crossed) plus lots of activities for kids (and big kids). Hope to see you there, bring something to sit on and some food to share.

5 comments:

Osh said...

Woo! Good work people!

Anonymous said...

is the cafe going to be open everyday?

Westsider said...

It's great to see something that's been talked about for so long actually come together.

One of the most exciting things to happen all year.

Tamsin said...

In response to the comment on the Mobile Cafe for Hilly Fields thread which should perhaps have gone here - it was brilliant, wasn't it! Great atmosphere, lots of people.

Brockley Nick said...

Report coming up. With photos and everything.

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