For the Community

We firmly believe in community and we want to ensure that all members of our community are involved in and engaged by the Festival. We ensure that there is a mix of free and paid for events to ensure that everyone can participate. Inclusion matters to us. Telegraph Hill Festival is run on a voluntary basis. No one involved with the Festival is paid.

Other Local Events

Telegraph Hill Open Gardens 14 – 15th May 2022

We’re back! If you are interested in opening your garden or finding out more about this event please contact Louise (louiseshepherd@btopenworld.com) This is not a competition, it’s about sharing different gardens and ideas with our neighbours. We also hope to raise funds (by donations and selling homemade cakes) for more street trees on Telegraph Hill. It coincides with a wonderful Plant Fair on Saturday 14th May at the Telegraph Hill Centre and it’s good fun too!

See how you can help

See how you can help

Volunteer to help out with the festival today

Food and Drink from our Local area

We have teamed up with some wonderful local food suppliers to provide food at many of our events.

  • Kinship Kitchen: A local charity committed to providing great food and all profits invested in helping local carers.
  • Dinner for one hundred: Celebrated local pizza all cooked outside the Hill Station and can be ordered and collected as you enjoy a festival event.
  • Brockley Brewery: Locally sourced and brewed award winning beers and ciders.
  • The Hill Bakery & Deli– Purveyors of excellent artisan breads, farm-made cheeses, exceptional wines and a whole host of other lovely things to eat and drink

Our Supporters

We receive no public funding but are grateful for the support of the following in-kind supporters:

St Catherine’s Church Hatcham

The Telegraph Hill Centre

The Hill Station

Goldsmiths University

Our Partners

We are pleased to work with these local organisations and businesses.

Brockley Brewery

Flock & Herd

Ignition Brewery

Our Gin (Little Bird)

Telegraph Hill Playclub

The Telegraph at the Earl of Derby

Hatcham House

Oak Hill Community Nursery

Dinner For One Hundred

New Cross House

Marsh Produce