Posted 13th June 2014

Friends of Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
(Registered charity No. 1089008)
Annual General Meeting. This meeting is dedicated to the memory of Maureen Johnson MBE
To be held at: Address: The Tea House Theatre, 139 Vauxhall Walk, Vauxhall Pleasure Garden, London, SE11 5HL
Wednesday 23rd July 2014
6.30pm - Meeting Begins 7.00pm
1) Welcome and opening statements by Eamonn McMahon
2) Election of new Committee
Proposal for election of a new committee as follows -
Chair: Harry Iggulden
Vice Chair: Paola Piglia
Treasurer: Kate Pode
Secretary: Anne Whitaker
Extended committee -
The Farm (Faith Boardman) - RVT / GBF (Jason Dickie) -Vauxhall One (Chris Law)- VGERTA/Vauxhall 5 ( Mairead Victorin) - KOV/Tea House -(Freddie Lancaster)- Lambeth Council (David Amos or any other local councillor)
Co-opted members - David Wheeler - Diane Lawley - Mark Harrison -
3) Minutes of last AGM meeting April 26th, 2013
4) Chair's report
5) Treasurer's report
6) Short presentations by Transport for London, Barclays Cycle Superhighway between Oval and Belgravia; Giles Semper, Executive Director Vauxhall One, Ice Rink - Outdoor Cinema and Community; Steven Warren In Memory of Eva Evangelakou Social Botany Project.
7) Heritage Lottery Funding Application.
8) Any other business
9) Next meeting



The Police and Council are currently consulting on how to respond and deal with crime and safety issues and this is a key opportunity for Lambeth residents to help shape that. The team have put some questions forward to discuss and think about and details are under our events section here on the website.

The team will be grateful if as many people can respond so that what comes out of this consultation reflects the broad range of issues affecting Lambeth residents, businesses and communities. Please take a look at the events section of our website where there are also details of how you may respond and be a part of this all important consultation process.

Dear resident,

We are currently consulting on how the Police and the Council respond and deal with crime and safety issues and this is a key opportunity for Lambeth residents to help shape that. We want to make sure that the structures suit how real people live their lives, not just how the Council or Police want to operate.

We are also very keen to make sure that where residents are victims of crime or anti-social behaviour they can make sure that they are aware of how they can get these issues resolved, and that if not they know who to turn to.

The proposal sees Safer Neighbourhood Panels as the bedrock of dealing with crime and disorder, reflected in the proposal that there are six seats for Chairs of Safer Neighbourhood Panels on the Board, two from each cluster.

However the real changes decided at the Board need to happen at the local level and we need to make sure this translates down to the frontline - as such we've put some questions below worth thin king about:

- Safer Neighbourhood Panels are the building blocks of how we respond to crime and safety issues locally - how can we support panels to be as effective and representative as    possible in sharing information with local communities and acting as the forum where there are issues?
- How do we hold the Police to account at the Panel level?
- We intend to create neighbourhood clusters over a larger area - how will the panels be represented at these levels to tackle cross ward issues or share best practice amongst panels?
- How do Panels get the right information about initiatives or programmes to help keep themselves or their neighbourhoods safe?
- How do victims of crime make sure that the behaviour and practice of the local police change for the better and that their local police teams activities adapt to respond where crime    has happened?
- If your issues do not get dealt with at a local level who do you go to in order that it is resolved?

There is always a tension between the local and the borough wide - issues that affects communities which are geographically based vs. those that are affecting communities right across the borough. Being a victim of crime can be a very lonely place and not something you will necessarily want to shout about at a public meeting in front of strangers or even people you know.

The challenge for us is to create a flexible structure where we can discuss and find solutions for issues which affect all of our communities and get a safer borough. We need to make sure that public sector agencies are responsive at all levels, and that voices are loud and clear and valued however wide or serious the issue is. Hidden issues need to be taken as seriously as obvious or vocal ones.

I would be grateful if as many people can respond so that what comes out of this consultation reflects the broad range of issues affecting Lambeth residents, businesses and communities. The consultation online is or you can contact or you can contact or for hard copies.

The proposed terms of terms of reference which provide more detail and context to the decisions at stake can be found online here

The Safer Neighbourhood Board should be a collection of people who 'represent' different interests. The reach of those individuals in part will be reflected by the level of response so please circulate amongst your networks and colleagues.

Many Thanks on behalf of the Safer Lambeth Partnership.

Rachel Gailey
Delivery Lead - Neighbourhood Protection
Community Safety Service
Communities, Housing and Environment
London Borough of Lambeth
Tel: 020 7926 2756
Mb: 07958 701594

205 Stockwell Road
London SW9 9SL

Lambeth - the cooperative council

Disclaimers apply for full details see


Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens St George's Festival
Saturday 26th April 2014 12:00 - 18:00

Come one, come all to Vauxhall for a fantastic family celebration of England's patron saint. The historic Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens will play host to knights in armour, traditional mummers plays, falconers, jesters, wandering minstrels and Punch and Judy. There will be Shakespeare, fire breathing dragons, a market with plenty to eat, arts & crafts, and in the medieval village, the all-important ale tent.

Hustings for the local elections will take place from 4pm, adding a vibrant aspect of direct democracy to the event.

St George is England's patron saint, but he is also celebrated throughout the world. In Mons, Belgium, Saint George is honoured each year on Trinity Sunday with a reconstruction of the fight between Saint George and the dragon. In the province of Ferrara, Italy there is medieval myth which surrounds the dragon that Saint George defeated. They believe the dragon fled to the River Po and still inhabits the river causing floods in the area. Saint George is the patron saint of Beirut, Lebanon. The Saint George Bay in Beirut is believed to be the place where the dragon lived and where it was slain. He is also the saint of the Mediterranean Islands of Malta and Gozo. The international figure of Saint George is, therefore, the ideal figure to celebrate in the global city of London.

Vauxhall Trust is a Community Interest Company based in Vauxhall, London. Our primary aim is to produce high quality arts festivals on the historic Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. These festivals give the residents of Lambeth, one of London's most deprived boroughs, the opportunity to see and experience art, theatre and entertainment that they would not usually have access to. The festivals also promote community spirit and brings the community together, onto the local public space.

Vauxhall Trust are proud to be working with Black Knight Historical, Times Past, Big Fish, The Hawking Centre, Professor Felix, Martin Speed, Kennington Oval Vauxhall Forum, The Vauxhall Gardens Community Centre and The Friends of Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens to put on this spectacular event.


Happy Birthday RVT is a creative research project that celebrates the Royal Vauxhall Taverns’ historic importance as a site for LGBT culture, innovation in entertainment and influence on wider British popular culture. Framed around the venue’s 151st birthday, it will enable participants to have the opportunity to share, reflect on and learn about the last 60 years of social change for LGBT people, and how this has affected attitudes and changed lives in the UK.

Through the project, we will be collecting oral histories from a wide range of people with connections to the RVT, making a short film, collaborating with Duckie’s Youth Group on a performance based on the research, and creating a pop-up exhibition mapping key events at the RVT, the Vauxhall community and LGBT history.

Happy Birthday RVT has been developed by Artist Collective Re-Dock, in partnership with the RVT, Duckie, BAC and Lambeth Archives. It has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), through their Sharing Heritage Programme.

You can find out more by visiting their website




Oval Farmers' Market / St Marks Churchyard
For further information e-mail
Twitter: #OvalHustings #OvalSpeaks

Come and meet the candidates who want to be elected as councillors for the Oval Ward in May

11:00 Electoral speed dating
(Meet and speak to each candidate)

12:00 Oval speaks
(Members of the community invited to say what they think local issues are -
no speeches just a few words)

12:15 Candidates speaking and answering questions
(Each candidate to give a short speech about themselves and what they stand for
followed by questions)


Carnival Celebration Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, Thursday 27th February 2014.

Courtesty of Baylen Leonard.


Fireworks 1st November Friday

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens Summer Festival-27th & 28th July

A big family weekend full of stuff. Both days will have a street market and Lambeth Play offering face-painting, crafts and playthings for the kids.
Saturday is Arts Day with main stage performances from musicians, poets, actors and entertainers. There will also be a workshop tent with arts, crafts and music to join in with and animals from Vauxhall City Farm.
Sunday is Sports Day with a five-a-side football tournament for the Tea Cup, egg and spoon, sack, three-legged and all sorts of other races and of course the final of finals, the dad's 100 yards dash.
For more information go to our facebook page twitter @vauxhalltrust or e-mail

RVT Presents Pride in London's BIG PICNIC in the PARK
Sunday 30th June Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

A "Free" family friendly accessible event
2-6 pm

Picnic to your hearts content - Hampers available by pre -order lunch & tea including Queen of the Desserts -BBQ by Burger Bears -RVT Bars
In Partnership with London Gay Games 2018, Out for Sports & Pride Sports along with National Sports Federation bodies providing professional level sports taster and coaching sessions as well as informal competitions throughout the afternoon/early eve till 6pm

4-5pm Pride Doggy Walk with prizes for Best in show, best Large & Small Breed, and with runners up in conjunction with Battersea Dogs Home
2-7 pm - Sports, Heath & Wellbeing and selected market stalls
4-5pm - "Mayor of Lambeth's Pride Reception"
LGBT Sports Olympians & personalities, LCP directors/board meet with the Prime Minister and family the Mayor of London, local LGBT notables and MP's who have shown support for the impending Marriage equality legislation…
5-6pm - Waitrose Pride Cake Bake off and presentation, Cutting of the cake/fund raiser celebrity chef James McIntosh judging
6.00-11.00pm Tea House Theatre - Wine & Bubbles Bar opens
6.00-7.00pm - Cactus Club - Line dancing
7-8pm - Polari Literature Salon hosted by Paul Burston
8-9 pm - Live Performance - G'Zang
9-10.45pm - Screening of Priscilla Queen of the Desert - Luna Cinema

10.45-11pm - Laser Show Finale

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VAUXHALL CITY FARM - THE GREAT BALLOON RACE We are holding a balloon race on Sunday 14th June to raise money for three new stables to be built and three new horses, which would enable use to offer more lessons to a bigger range of people. read more


The Metropolitan Police Service needs you!

A campaign is underway to recruit hundreds more volunteer cadet leaders who can help make a difference to the lives of thousands of young adults in the capital.

The MPS needs around 400 extra cadet leaders aged 18 to 65 from all backgrounds and walks of life to support a drive to increase its volunteer Police Cadet [VPC] programme by 4,000 cadets, as pledged in the Mayor's Policing and Crime plan.

Without more leaders the MPS is unable to take on more cadets - so attracting a raft of new role models is vital for the future.

The campaign, which comprises of newspaper, radio and online ads and use of social media channels, Facebook and Twitter illustrate how VPC Leaders can help to inspire young cadets - urging Londoners who want to work with young people to get involved and give up their spare time. read more

Princes Safer Neighbourhood Team Panel Meeting

As a valued member of the community, you are respectfully invited to attend the next panel meeting of the Princes Safer Neighbourhood Ward.
This is to be held at the Riverbank Plaza Hotel, Albert Embankment and it is due to start at 6.30pm on Thursday 16th May 2013
If you are unable to attend and have any issues that you wish us to raise then please contact us on the 07920233835.
Many thanks

A.G.M. Monday 29th APRIL 2013 (6.30 informal chat) 7.00 pm start
The Tea House Cafe

1) Welcome and opening statements by Eamonn McMahon
2) Election of new Committee
Proposal for election of a new committee as follows -
Chair: Eamonn McMahon
Vice Chair: Paola Piglia
Treasurer: Kate Pode
Secretary: Steven Warren
Extended committee -
The Farm (Diana Sullock) - RVT / GBF (Jason Dickie) -Vauxhall One (Chris Law)- VGERTA (Chrysostomos Loizou) - KOV/Tea House -(Maureen Johnson)- Lambeth Council (Mark Harrison)
Co-opted members - David Wheeler - Diane Lawley - Anne Whitaker with responsibility for membership.
3) Minutes of last AGM meeting April 26th, 2012
4) Chair's report please follow this link to read the report
5) Treasurer's report
6) Short presentations by Chris Law, Future plans for Vauxhall One - Harry Igguldson, 'Use it Or Lose It' - Paola Piglia - Friends of Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens - Eva Evangelakou Theophrastus Ltd Social Botany Project
7) Any other business
8) Next meeting


The London St. George's Festival Vauxhall
Friday 19th to Tuesday 23rd April 2013

Vauxhall Trust. Putting the heart into Vauxhall Village. * Seasonal Farmer's Market * Annual St. George's Day Festival * Annual Summer Shakespeare.

FRIDAY Paper Tiger Poetry Shakespeare Special. 7.30pm Tea House Theatre.

SATURDAY Music and Dancing; Dragon Egg Hunt; Falconry; Fun Dog Show; Dragon Chase; Punch and Judy; Lambeth Play; Morris Dancers; Theatre Workshops; Street Party; Flea Market; The Comedy of Errors; A Guest Appearance by St George.

SUNDAY Five-a-side Football Tournament; Cabaret 8.30pm at Tea House Theatre

MONDAY Oliver's Henry V (1944) 7.30pm at Tea House Theatre

TUESDAY Shakespeare's Supper 7.00pm at Tea House Theatre

Press release and further details. click here

Allow local businesses, societies and organisations to set up stalls.

Sell local produce and advertise local services, benefiting residents and businesses of Vauxhall area.
Celebrating the international legacy of St. George

St George is patron saint not only of England but also of Aragon, Catalonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Moscow, Constantinople (Now Istanbul) , Genoa and Venice.

He is also patron saint of soldiers, archers, cavalry and chivalry, scouting, farmers and field workers, riders and saddlers, and he helps those suffering from leprosy, plague and syphilis.

23rd April named as St. George’s Day in 1222.

Tables set up running along the road outside the Tea House at the end of Vauxhall Walk. Visitors encouraged to bring food to share in the traditional street party fashion.

A retelling of the traditional story of St George and the dragon, complete with Dragon from the Notting Hill Carnival, St. George on Horseback and fair maiden tied to a tree as sacrifice to the dragon.

The People of Vauxhall Vs The Dragon: Adapted from the Belgian tradition in the city of Mons, this game involves the townsfolk chasing the dragon and attempting to take pieces of the dragon away with them which will bring them luck over the next 12 months.

Pop-up Shakespeare: scenes from Shakespeare taking place around the site throughout the day. One of the ideas so far for this is to have the Banquo’s ghost scene from MacB take place at the banqueting table while people are eating at the Street Party. We wish to contact local schools, theatre companies (professional and amateur), actors etc who may wish to provide these scenes and put a programme together with their help.

Displays or booklet explaining the traditions being shown and history surrounding them.

Readings and workshops for children along with a competition for their drawings of St George and the dragon.

Children’s Dragon Egg Hunt.

St. George is also the patron saint of Scouts we intend to involve local Scout troops in our celebrations.


Vauxhall Gardens Estate Well London event at the Carmelita Centre

VGERTA is hosting the Vauxhall Gardens Estate Well London event at the Carmelita Centre on the 7th March 2013. Please see flyer for more information along with the associated report.

Background information: VGERTA and Well London joined forces last summer and after a series of workshops a report was produced (attached) identifying what the community wants to see happening in our estate. The event on the 7th is a follow up of this joint effort. We hope to see you all on the 7th and help us decide on how to move things forward.

VGERTA annual general meeting (AGM) - 2013 Our 2013 AGM will take place at the Carmelita Centre on the 8th April 2013 at 7pm.

27th February 2013 - MOPAC Consultation on Future of Policing in Lambeth - Please consider and respond to Stephen Greenhalgh -

Information documents for download and viewing. MOPC Consultation \ Debate So Far \ Discussion Brief \

Dear All,

The future of policing in Lambeth is at risk and I wanted to remind everyone that we need you to respond to a consultation from the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)

These proposals came out at very short notice and propose to reduce every Safer Neighbourhood Team to a single dedicated PC and PCSO, to focus on crime types which might not be relevant to the issues affecting your neighbourhood and also the closure of Gipsy Hill Police station.

Lambeth has received disproportionate cuts to our police numbers since 2010, losing over 300 officers. Outer London boroughs like Bromley and Bexley have not received cuts to the scale we have when considered against the level of crime and disorder Lambeth suffers from.

I have attached some background information which you are welcome to send round to members of your neighbourhood watch, safer neighbourhood panel or business watch.

" A briefing from me on concerns which have been raised by residents already (MOPAC Briefing)
" A Briefing from the Community Police Consultative Group (Debate so far)
" A Briefing from the Community Police Consultative Group (Discussion Brief)
" The actual strategy MOPAC are consulting on (MOPAC Consultation)

The Consultation can be accessed here

We are really concerned about proposals to do away with the dedicated Safer Neighbourhood Teams, as well as Gipsy Hill Police station - Crime has been going down in Lambeth in no small part because of the local partnerships and local intelligence the SNT's provide. We do not want to go backwards.

If you have any questions or queries please do get in touch

Best Wishes

Cllr Jack Hopkins
Cabinet Member for Safer and Stronger Neighbourhoods
Labour Councillor for Oval Ward, Lambeth

Home 0207 091 9010
Town Hall 0207 926 2053



Please visit our Gallery - PRESENT to see pictures and read of both the planning for the event and how the day unfolded.



The park is used throughout the year for an increasing number of events which reflect the diverse community of Vauxhall and the surrounding area.

Below are listed up and coming events and you can see pictures of past events in our gallery featured here on our site.

If you are interested in enquiring about holding an event in the park then please contact our administrator.


St James would like to invite local residents to attend an exhibition. A public exhibition for the planning application submitted to redevelop Eastbury House, 30-34 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TL

Exhibition Venue : The Carmelita Centre, 41 Vauxhall Walk London SE11 5JT Exhibition Date: Thursday 21 June 5pm - 8pm Saturday 23 June 10am - 1pm

The Site the 0.1 hectare site currently comprises an 11 storey office building located within the Vauxhall Nine Elms and Battersea Opportunity area. The site is located on the corner of Albert Embankment and Tinworth Street.

We held public exhibitions on 29 February and 3 March 2012 to present the proposals.

Further to the initial public exhibition and subsequent meetings with London Borough of Lambeth Officers and key stakeholders, a planning application was submitted on 14 May 2012.

We would like to take this opportunity to present the submitted application to seek feedback from local residents and key stakeholders.

Members of the design team will be in attendance to answer questions. The boards presented at the exhibition will be available on the website shortly after the exhibition.

Dear All

VGERTA is hosting and organising the Vauxhall Diamond Jubilee Party on the 4th June 2012 from 12 noon until 6pm at The Carmelita Centre in association with many local businesses and organisations. The party will take place at the premises of the Carmelita Centre (corner of Jonathan Street and Vauxhall Walk).

The party is sponsored by the KOV Forum.

If you would like to get involved or would like to assist VGERTA please get in touch.

More information will be announced soon. Watch this space....


VGERTA Secretary

The Seventh Annual Kennington Village Fete

Sunday 27th May - Clever square 12.00 nonn to 4.00pm (in st Anselms Church if raining) To be opened by CHARLIE CHAPLIN

Events and activities include - Gareth Jones and His Friends are The Amazing Human Fruit Machine : Fabulous Raffle Local Artisans seeling crafts, prints, jewellery, cushions, vintage : The KA Book Stall : Plants and Flowers : Antiques and Bric-A-Brac and more.....

On the main stage Gabrielle Ducomble & Her Band : Anna Anandarajah - Opreratic Soprano Katarina Sandell and Jason Lyon - Jazz Duo ; The KT Bollywood Dancers. FREE ADMISSION Supported by local businesses and sponsored by Winkworth Kennington. Proceeds to Kennington Market Garden and Local Charities.











Kennington Country Life 2012, St Anselm's, Kennington Cross On 28th September 2012 there is a chance once again for the community to come together to celebrate the diverse and wonderful rural activities in Kennington. Like last year we hope to put up a small farm yard in front of the church with Vauxhall City Farm, to have arrangements of cakes, flowers and vegetables and to involve the local children in putting on displays in front of the church. These will be open all day, with a service of thanksgiving for all 5pm, which will include a short piece of ballet. If you would like to be involved in the displays please contact Liz Whyte on or 020 7735 3403 and we look forward to seeing you on 28th September.

Official Park New Entrance Opening

Renaming to The Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Thursday 16th February 2012
at The Main Entrance 5.30 pm
by Mr Paul O'Grady

Date: 29th April 2011 Time 9am - 6pm11th September 2010 12 - 5.00 p.m. Spring Gardens, VauxhallTea House Theatre presents... A Royal Wedding Street Party

Expo 'Changing Vauxhall'Your Opportunity The 2010 Community Expo

Location: Vauxhall Walk, outside the new Tea House Theatre (formerly the Queen Anne Pub) on the Vauxhall Spring Gardens

Past, present and the future of the area with local businesses, schools and the community. Entertainment, food, drink. Further information please see below.

Tea House Theatre presents...
A Royal Wedding Street Party
Location: Vauxhall Walk, outside the new Tea House Theatre (formerly the Queen Anne Pub) on the Vauxhall Spring Gardens
Date: 29th April 2011
Time 9am - 6pm

Ladies and gentlemen, in celebration of the nuptials of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton, Tea House Theatre invite you to join them at a quintessential London street party in the beautiful Vauxhall Spring Gardens park, within earshot of the bells of Westminster Abbey.

The traditional celebrations will include all the usual festive trimmings; bunting, toasts, refreshments, dancing and games. As well as the tea, cake and sandwiches on offer, courtesy of Tea House Theatre and Blueberry Hill Cakes, guests are encouraged to enter into the spirit of things, bringing a culinary offering of their own and a generous prize will be awarded for the best cake, judged by Fleur de Guerre and Hal Iggulden. The wireless will be tuned to the BBC for uninterrupted audio coverage of the wedding itself.

We have a wonderful special guest Vintage and pin up model Fleur de Guerre and music from DJ Fruity spinning his wheels of slate, sending appropriately celebratory and swinging music over the park. Then its eyes down for a full house, that's right, Bingo with professional caller Jimmy Ash, with top prizes afternoon tea for two at the Tea House Theatre and a meal for two at the Black Dog.

Joining us for the celebrations will be ponies and small animals from Vauxhall City Farm and representatives of The Friends of Spring Gardens will be there to promote and discuss the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens regeneration. VGERTA will also be there to let everyone know about their plans.

Get in early gents and watch your googlies. Sign up for the Tea House Theatre vs The Black Dog cricket match on the Queen Anne Field in the afternoon.

Attendance at the Street Party will also entitle guests to free entry to the "Royal Wedding Afterparty" and barbeque at the beautiful Black Dog public house, conveniently located opposite the Tea House, for the purchase of fine draught ales and intoxicating liquors throughout the day.

Ladies and Gentleman this promises to be a glorious day. You are all invited to don your gladdest of rags, pack a picnic, bring a bottle and your sporting gear and join us to toast the newlyweds in style.

If anyone would like to run a stall, help with organisation or generally just chat to me, please get in touch with Freddie on 07870 564 777 or at


Kennington, Oval & Vauxhall Forum, together with the Friends of Spring Gardens and Vauxhall City Farm, are organising a community fun day with entertainment, exhibitions demonstrations and a market place for voluntary and community organisations. We would like you to take part.
We are celebrating the change of name of Spring Gardens back to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. But also we are celebrating Vauxhall City Farm Open day. The gardens are undergoing change - the new entrance from Kennington Lane is under construction.
The theme for the event is Changing Vauxhall - how it has changed, how it might change, and how you would wish it to change. Changing the environment, health, housing, educational opportunities etc. Tell officers what you would do with the S.106 money from any developments.
The event will provide opportunities for:
- promoting local volunteering,
- networking and information sharing
- engaging with the community
There will also be grants of £500 to North Lambeth organisations, to be decided by public vote at the event.
If you would like to be involved by:
- Taking a pitch
- Providing entertainment
- Applying for a grant
- Sponsoring the event
- Promoting the event to your members
- Family competitions
... then please let us know, ideally by 13th August.
Please reply to Frances Forrest by email to, tel 07506 072 307 (eves and weekend)Kennington Oval and Vauxhall ForumOrganising the 2010 Expo in Vauxhall


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