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The FOBLC is recognised by HMRC as a charity, ref. XT38745, and is a member of the National Federation of Cemetery Friends

For all enquiries please contact our Chairman geoffrey@foblc.org.uk


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'Up The Line' Event confirmed' for 11th November



The FOBLC is delighted to have received confirmation from the organisers that following on from the hugely successful 2009 event there will be a bigger and more beautiful evening performance of ‘Up The Line’ in Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery, two weeks tonight, 11.11.10 from 7pm

Poets, musicians, dancers, soundscape and film will begin their performance at the sound of a single Scottish piper along a one and half kilometre path running through the cemetery with the children’s lantern procession beginning at 7.30pm.

Monuments to those who were injured during the conflict and subsequently passed away in Lewisham Hospital and those killed in Deptford by the Zeppelin attacks will be lit by light artist Tom White using hydrogen fuel cells, dispensing with the need for diesel generators and reducing our CO2 emissions by 70% on 2009.

We do hope you can make it along to this free unique event with entry anytime from 7pm until 8.20pm. The wheelchair and pram accessible path will take between 55-70 minutes to walk so please dress appropriately, wear sturdy shoes and bring a torch.

Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery
Enter from junction of Brockley Road and Ivy Road, SE4 2QY
Ivy Road will be CLOSED to traffic from 4pm
Exit Ladywell Gate SE13 7HY
Thursday 11th November 2010
Arrive anytime between 7.00pm – 8.20pm (last entry)
Lantern Procession by children 7.30pm
Post Event Reflection from 7.30pm
Admission Free


Transport:
Trains/Overground Stations: Brockley 6min // Crofton Park 4min // Ladywell 15min
Buses: P4, 122, 171, 172
Parking limited


Get involved and information email: remembrance@platform-7.com

Produced by
Platform-7 and Moonbow Events, in association with London Borough of Lewisham and the Friends of Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery with support from the Metropolitan Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams in Ladywell and Crofton Park