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Free films in Nunhead

This is notice of films being screened, free of charge on a big screen, locally:
WHEN: Every Friday lunchtime in February at 1.30pm.
WHERE: Buchan Road Tenants and Residents Association Hall, Buchan Road SE15 (near Smiths the butcher).
WHAT: Casablanca (1943) Friday 5 February
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) Friday 12 February
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) Friday 19 February
Old London on Film (1896-1953) Friday 26 February

Watch a great film on a big screen and have a chat with your neighbours before and after. Enjoy free tea, coffee and biscuits. There's no need to book and everyone is welcome. Call 020 8480 1921 if you have queries.

With thanks to the Nunhead and Peckham Rye Community Council for funding this and thanks to Nunhead Forum and Nunhead Rocks! for bringing this to our attention.

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