Sunday, 13 December 2009
As part of the Buxhall Bee project there will be a Christmas party
for residents of Buxhall Crescent and their neighbours.
Some refreshments provided, please bring more if you can!
Monday 21st December 2009
Hackney Wick Community Centre, Eastway E9
DJs and musicians are invited to bring music
Keen cooks are invited to bring something to share
Anyone interested in a parents and children / young adults football match
please get in touch
Sunday, 29 November 2009
Sunday, 22 November 2009
Many thanks to Sarah Peacock who ran a great bulb planting workshop on 14th November. We planted mixed daffodils inside the pots and topped them off with pansies. Some of the pots can be seen outside block 16-23 Buxhall Crescent and on the steps of the Community Centre. The nature walk was postponed due to terrible weather and will take place in February, details to follow. Also many thanks to James Robertshaw for the photographs. www.jamesrobertshawphotography.com
Sunday, 1 November 2009
Saturday 7th November
2pm-5pm Drawing workshop with Lucy Harrison
All ages welcome, come and create drawings of your local area and of life in Hackney Wick. A selection will be published in the Buxhall Bee newspaper
4pm Roving Reporters meet
All ages welcome. Are you interested in writing articles and reports about your local area? A selection will be published in the Buxhall Bee newspaper. Come and meet Lucy and find out more.
Saturday 14th November
Nature based events with Lucy Harrison and Sarah Peacock
10am-1pm Planting workshop
All ages welcome. Plant a bulb for Christmas and decorate the pots. Free bulbs and materials!
2pm-5pm Nature walk on Hackney Marshes (weather permitting)
All welcome. Get some fresh air and find out about plants and animals in the area.
Saturday 21st November
Photo shoots with Lucy Harrison and James Robertshaw
11am – 1pm Football / Fashion photo shoot
All ages welcome. Do you have a favourite outfit or want to show off your football kit? Local photographer James Robertshaw will take your portrait for the Buxhall Bee newspaper, you will also receive a free copy.
2pm-4pm Gardens & Balconies photos and interviews
If you’ve got a great garden or balcony, get in touch and Lucy and James will come and photograph it for the Buxhall Bee newspaper. (weather permitting)
Saturday 28th November
Meeting place: outside Hackney Wick Community Centre, 11am
Do you like taking photos? If you’d like to take some to be published in the Buxhall Bee, come along with your camera to join a walk taking photographs of the local area. Even camera-phones will do!
You can join any events by coming along at the stated times, however it would help us to know how many to expect, so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone / text 07964 878315
Wednesday, 28 October 2009
Saturday, 3 October 2009
Welcome to the Buxhall Bee* blog, which will be updated with info about Lucy Harrison's project at Buxhall Crescent, E9.
If you'd like to be on the mailing list email Lucy on email@example.com
*Bee (noun): a community social gathering in order to perform some task, engage in a contest, etc.
Some things that will be happening, with your input:
BUXHALL BEE NEWSPAPER
The Buxhall Bee newspaper will be designed and produced by Lucy Harrison during the next few months. It will include features and information about Buxhall residents’ hobbies, interests and skills, plus anything else you’d like to share with other people. It can’t happen without you!
Lucy will be collecting your favourite tracks to put together a Buxhall Playlist for the end of the project.
What’s your favourite recipe? Doesn’t matter how simple or difficult to make, send it in to be included in a special recipe edition of the Buxhall Bee newsletter.
Guided walks & Nature Trails
A series of guided walks and nature trails are being planned, get in touch to get updates
What’s your hobby?
Do you have an interesting hobby? Are you ace at knitting or great at singing? Whatever it is, get in touch to include it in the newspaper.
Towards the end of the project there will be a communal lunch where residents will be invited to share food and drink and get to know neighbours.
For information about any of the above- or if you'd like to suggest ideas- please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is being funded by SPACE and Newlon Fusion.
Lucy Harrison is a Hackney-based artist whose recent projects include The Stratford Grapevine, an alternative free newspaper containing articles by and about people in Stratford, given away in the station to passers-by as part of the Art on the Underground programme.