Watch Nancy Sarre's film of the creation and unveiling of the statue of Olaudah Equiano - our contribution to celebrations of the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery.
A Farmers' Market (plus Arts & Crafts) is held on the 3rd Saturday of each month. We don't run it, but if you'd like to have a stall, please download the organisers' application form here.
||Here you will find notes on the history of The Hill and the development of Victorian housing, transport and more.|
|St Catherine's C of E Church sits atop Telegraph Hill.|
||Attached to the church, the Centre provides a range of classes, as well as room hire for groups and functions.|
||The Hill Station - your community café. Good food and great events.|
||Restored in 2005 with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund, our park is much loved and used by all.|
|The Society promotes the preservation and thoughtful development of this delightful conservation area.|
|The Festival gets better with each passing year - it'll soon clock up its two decades.|
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