Events in Welling in September 2021

Starting 6th September Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Treetops Forest Schooler

Den building, muddy exploration, bug hunting, crafts, stories and much more!

Taking place at George Mead Memorial Stables

Treetops Forest Schoolers

Sunday 12th September

As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so we are making 12th September another ‘leave it out day’ and open it out to the whole Borough of Bexley. If you have stuff that you no longer want, but you think is too good for the tip, leave it out on your drive, clearly marked between 10am and 5pm and people can help themselves to what they want. You just need to take back what is left at the end of the day and dispose of it yourself.
If you would like to participate by leaving stuff out, to help people see which roads are taking part, please submit your postcode on this form and we will put a pin in the map to show where the participants are:
Here is a link to the map:

Saturday 18th September

Big Welling Tidy Up Litter Pick

We are having a Big Welling Tidy Up litter pick. Meeting at the Welling Pop Up Market.

Saturday 18th September

mum2mum market Bexley

Buy top quality preloved baby and children’s clothes, toys, books and equipment at our pop-up indoor markets.  Admission £2.  
Nearly New Sale mum2mum 18th September

Sunday 19th September

Bexleyheath Cricket Club Funday

Live music, BBQ and bar, bouncy castles, games, craft fair, side stalls, kids clubs, sports clubs and more.
Bexleyheath Cricket Club Fun Day 19th September

Saturday 25th September

George Mead Memorial Stable's Family Fun Day

Gift and craft stalls, bouncy castle, face painting, pony rides, ice cream and more!
George Mead Family Fun Day

10th July until 11th September

Summer Reading Challenge 2021

The Reading Agency and Libraries present Wild World Heroes, Summer Reading Challenge 2021. The Challenge starts in Welling library as well as all Bexley libraries this Saturday and will run all through the summer until Saturday 11th September. It is open to children of all ages and reading abilities.
Children read six books of their choice over the summer holidays, with stickers and rewards along the way and receive a medal and certificate when they complete the Challenge.
Summer reading challenge