Blythe Hill Festival

Saturday 2nd July 2011

Here are a few photos off the iPhone from the Blythe Hill Festival, London SE6.

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The clouds were hanging heavy in the sky, but the sun broke through from time to time, and it was warm and dry all day. This was the biggest the festival has been for years, and every one was having a good time.

Blythe Hill Fields, rising above Catford, Brockley and Forest Hill sit at a high point in South East London, with a view right across to Canary Wharf in the east and The Shard at London Bridge in the north-east. Looking south, you can see over to the crest of Crystal Palace. Check out this link for the Google Map location.

About ehauke

I am a Principal Teaching Fellow in the Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication at Imperial College. I teach on the MSc in Science Communication in the Science Communication Unit, and have recently developed a new academic module for the course called 'Science and Communication for Development'. I am also the Field Leader for Global Challenges within Imperial Horizons. Imperial Horizons is a programme offered to all Imperial undergraduates to help them broaden their education and pursue additional learning interests alongside their science, maths, engineering or medical degree. The Global Challenges field comprises eight different courses that give students the opportunity to develop their independent learning skills, team working and project skills and to gain an appreciation for interdisciplinary learning.

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