For those seeking piano lessons in Catford, it’s a short walk down the Bromley Road to Bellingham or perhaps one stop on the train when it’s not good walking weather!!
Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play.
Bellingham Music Centre is a great ‘high street solution’ to learning music, in particular classical piano which has become a popular choice for parents with young children. The staff at Bellingham Music Centre are friendly, well qualified, trustworthy and above all great piano teachers!
If you are thinking of booking lessons or would like more information, you may call the music centre on 020 8185 7368
If you haven’t been to Bellingham recently, it is a lively place which has a bustling high street of traders, cafe’s, many local amenities and is certainly well worth a visit.
Brief Local History of Catford
Catford was the ford (across the River Ravensbourne) where there were wild cats. Lewisham’s Town Hall is in Catford, an extension containing the Lewisham Theatre was added in 1932. Tommy Steele, a famous singer and entertainer bought a house for himself and his family in Catford where he lived until 1960. Another famous resident born in Catford was the comedian and author Ben Elton.
For those seeking piano lessons in Brockley we are only a short train ride away. Only two stops to Bellingham, the music centre has been established for nine years and is a great ‘high street solution’ to learning classical piano.
The teachers are all qualified in Royal School of Music Piano Exams and have considerable experience in teaching young children.
Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. To book piano lessons, call the music centre on 020 8185 7368.
If you haven’t been to Bellingham recently, it is still a lively area full of activity, a bustling high street with many cafes, local traders and amenities make it well worth a visit.
Brief Local History of Brockley
The word Brockley has two documented meanings, the first being ‘Broca’s clearing in the woods’ and the second being ‘the clearing by the brook’.
The original site of the village of Brockley now has the name Crofton Park and there is a railway station there of the same name. David Lodge, the author originates from Brockley and refers to the area as ‘Brickley in some of his novels. Poet and artist, David Jones (1895-1974) lived in Brockley in Howson Road throughout his life.
We are pleased to be offering piano lessons near Blackheath.
For those who drive it is a brief car journey through Lee & Hither Green. Follow Torridon Road through Catford to Hazelbank Road & down the hill into Bellingham.
The music centre where the piano lessons are taught is on Randlesdown Road in Bellingham SE6 and is always bustling with children and parents learning to read, play and perform.
Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. To book lessons or for more information, call the music centre on 020 8185 7368
The teachers are all holders of Royal College of Music Certificates in classical piano and create a great rapport with their students.
If you haven’t been to Bellingham recently, it is still a lively place which has a bustling high street. Cafe’s and local amenities make it an easy place to shop or simply relax while the children have music lessons.
Brief Local History of Blackheath
Blackheath was so called because it appeared a darker colour than the green fields beside the Thames which it overlooked. The Cornish rebellion of 1497 was defeated in a battle on Blackheath. James Callaghan, Prime Minister from 1976-1979, lived at Blackheath in the 1950’s and 1960’s. In recent years Blackheath has been used as the starting point for the London Marathon.
Bellingham Music Centre is situated on Randlesdown Road and has now established itself as a high street solution to learning classical piano.
If you would like piano lessons in Bellingham, call the music centre on 020 8185 7368
Brief Local History
The name Bellingham means ‘the water-meadow belonging to Beora’s people’.
The same name was given to a medieval manor in this area and also survived to become the name Bellingham Farm.
The name was revived in 1892 as still remains the name of the local railway station.