Talks & Events

Friday Specials

We are having a range of fun day trips 

Members can book from 7th May, only one outing per member as there is limited space and we will need to be paid in advance.

7th June: Great Comp Gardens, Sevenoaks, Kent – £10, departs 10am from The Project

5th July: Polhill Garden Centre, Sevenoaks – £7, departs 10am from The Project

2nd Aug: Eastbourne  – £12, departs 9am from The Project

6th Sept: Riverside Walk and Pub Lunch, Thames Court Pub, Shepperton – £7 plus cost of lunch. Departs 10am from The Project

The Project is open to further suggestions for day trips!

Green Plaque unveiling

Tues 21 May at 2pm

The whole community is invited to join our big celebration as the Project is awarded a special Green Plaque in recognition of our founder Dr Levinson.

Invite your friends, family and neighbours too, on Tuesday 21 May, at 2pm onwards to celebrate with us.

As part of Wandsworth Heritage Festival, the plaque will be unveiled by Wandsworth’s Deputy Mayor Sana Jafri and Dr Levinson’s family. There will be lots going on and our photography group will have a display of their work throughout the Project. Refreshments will be available.

Please let us know if you’re coming so we can cater for numbers

Volunteer’s Party

Wednesday 5 June 6 to 8pm

If you’re coming, please let us know at reception so we can cater for numbers, or email

Furzedown Pride Event – Pridextravaganza

Friday 14 June 7:30pm at The Furzedown Pub, Mitcham Lane

Join our LGBT+ coffee-morning group for a special adults-only entertainment with drag queens, queer comedy and of course, some amazing anthem music at The Furzedown Pub. Last year it was Wandsworth Arts Fringe’s Audience Choice Award for Best Event.

There will also be a family-friendly Pride Street Party on Nimrod Road on Saturday 15 June from 1 to 6pm – part of FCN and Wandsworth’s Fringe Event!

Book your tickets at reception or via Wandsworth’s Fringe website HERE

Furzedown Voices

We are looking forward to lots of different talks in 2024. Recent highlights included the wonderful Theresa (who’s aunt is a member of The Project) who brought in costumes from BBC’s Strictly Show, and some wonderful talks from local authors and historians.

If you have any thoughts about what you’d like to hear, have any connections or could give a talk yourself please let us know.

Way back in 2014 we first  discussed the possibility of having a couple of talks on topics which might be of interest to our members. We started off with Helen Long, who told us some fascinating stories about the history of Furzedown and subjects have included: Wartime bombing raid, Tooting wine, Alternative Therapies, local history, Music Hall and Christmas traditions, Knitting and Crafts, Healthy Eating, Patterns in Asian Culture, History of E & A Wates, the Old Toy Museum and a special musical talk and entertainment at Christmas…. The talks usually lasted approximately 2 hours, they have been a resounding success, proving not only very popular with our members, but also with members of our local Furzedown community. .

Below are the posters used for our talks. We have included photos where we can, and we hope it will give you a flavour of the variety of our talks. 

Photos and posters of our previous talks.

The Furzedown Project.

91/93 Moyser Road, London SW16 6SJ

Call: 020 8677 4283

Charity Number 1076087