Create the smoothest, lightest, most durable and quickest leather blocked hat ever, using thermoplastics and leather.
New high tech thermoplastic materials are revolutionising and changing the way we create millinery. In this Masterclass, Carole will focus on the best seven thermoplastic materials for millinery and will explore their extraordinary qualities and benefits.
Discover the world of perspex, plexiglas and acrylic. Australian milliner Carole Maher will show you how to use these materials to the best advantage in millinery.
Bridget Bailey Pleating Workshop - London Hat Week 2018 An Introduction to Pleating: An LHW Masterclass with Bridget Bailey
Learn some of Bridget Bailey’s ways of making and using pleating. Great for a headpiece or as a decoration on a hat.
oin our expert tutor, Tina Giuntini, to learn her trademark pin-tuck method for making the perfect turban.
Couture milliner Ian Bennett will show you how to make your own headbands complete with a floating feather. #LHW2018
Shape and Sculpt a 40s Style Sinamay Percher: An LHW Masterclass with Jaycow
Learn to make an asymmetrical fish leather headband trimmed with salmon leather roses.
This course is a great introduction to working with fish leather. You will make an assymmetrical headband and then create salmon leather roses to decorate it with. #LHW2018
Team London Bridge are excited to announce that we have begun work on our first cycling-based initiative as part of the Low Emissions Neighbourhood (LEN) plan, with the aim to significantly increase the number of people commuting, travelling and providing deliveries by bicycle in London Bridge.
Join our Placeshaping Director Jack Skillen at London Bridge Hive for a breakfast Cycling Forum to learn more and provide input to help shape this plan. All welcome.
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Svetlana Faulkner Leather Rose Spray Workshop - London Hat Week 2018 Leather Spray Roses: An LHW Masterclass with Svetlana Faulkner
Make a stunning spray of leather roses with award-winning flower maker Svetlana Faulkner.
During 2018 the Cuming Museum Collection will be showcasing 2000 years of local history, using the wonderful and diverse objects, art and images form the Cuming Museum’s collections.
'Thrive in the City’ is a programme of events celebrating Mental Health in the Cityon 27 November 2017 and is being curated in collaboration with local London Bridge charity The Dragon Café, Minds@Work, Thrive London, Business Healthy, andMIND and the City Mental Health Alliance.
In partnership with Southwark Council Public Health Department & the Southwark Wellbeing Hub Team London Bridge will be holding an event to support Southwark’s businesses in the London Bridge, Bankside & Borough Market area, with a particular focus on supporting the health and wellbeing of those affected by the attacks on 3rd June 2017.
Team London Bridge are delighted to launch the 2017 Community Christmas campaign and invite you to the Responsible Business Breakfast on 4th October, 8:45am.
Team London Bridge are aiming to involve the community in and around London Bridge area in the ambition to mark all important public art and heritage in the area. This placemarking consultation will start with a networking evening hosted at London Bridge Hive on 14th June and will continue as an opportunity for everyone to contribute throughout the remaining weeks, until 30th June.
Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) are private, business led and funded organisations tasked with delivering services to improve an area’s trading environment. London’s BIDs (which number over 50) are now leading on ambitious public realm regeneration projects that seek to address the city’s problems with a strained transport system, sustainability, poor air quality, climate change and the demand for a more pedestrian-oriented public environment.
To deliver more cycling work, we will be engaging with our work and residential communities to find out how we best champion it more widely and ensure that the streets and routes leading to London Bridge are safe.
Please come along to our inaugural cycle forum on Tuesday 16th May 8.30 – 9.30am at our new community space - London Bridge Hive. We will discuss cycle routes, cycle promotions, parking – I’d really like to hear your thoughts. Please contact me at email@example.com and let me know what you'd like to include in our first session.
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Location: The Hive, 1 Melior Place
Event Date: Tuesday, 16 May 201
Team London Bridge are delighted to partner with Mental Health Foundation to offer businesses in London Bridge an opportunity to hear more about mental health as a workplace asset.