Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Bromley BR1, Children Ages 6 & 7, £9 Per Hour!

For those seeking piano lessons in Bromley we are only a short bus ride away.

Only 15 minutes on the 208 bus to the area Bellingham which is a village this side of Catford.

Bellingham Music Centre has been established for six years and is a great ‘high street solution’ to learning classical piano.

All our teachers are qualified with 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 a lively area full of activity, a bustling high street with many cafes, local traders and amenities make it well worth a visit.

Bromley

The town of Bromley can be found first written in a charter of 862 as ‘Bromleag’ which means ‘woodland clearing where broom grows’.

In AD 862 Ethelbert, the King of Kent, granted land to form the Manor of Bromley.

In 1845, Coles Child, a rich merchant known locally bought Bromley Palace

Until the creation of Shortlands railway in 1858, Bromley was a quiet countryside village after which it grew rapidly connecting with other nearby areas such as Bickley and also adjoining Bromley Common.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Brockley SE4, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

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 three 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.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Forest Hill SE23, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

If you are looking for piano lessons in Forest Hill, it may mean a short bus trip to Brockley then two stops by train to Bellingham.

Bellingham Music Centre has become comfortably established as a ‘high street solution’ to piano tuition for young children.

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

The staff are all holders of Royal College of Music Certificates and have over three years experience with technology similar to the familiar ‘language lab’ technology used in schools.

Using this technology, a group of students are able to study individually in a busy environment and keep focused on their own piece of music without disturbance.

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 still a lively place with a bustling high street of local traders, cafes and local amenities, easy for shopping while the children learn piano.

Brief Local History of Forest Hill
Forest Hill was originally a wooded area with a small number of inhabitants up until the middle of the nineteenth century. A railway line was built along the route of the old canal in 1839. A short time later trains were run along the route powered by a new form of vacuum technology, it was called the Atmospheric Railway! Queen Elizabeth I had a picnic on One Tree Hill on the 1st May 1602 beside a large oak tree henceforth known as the Oak of Honour. This is where the names Honor Oak Road and Honor Oak Park came from, fascinating! The author Jim Connell (1852-1929) who wrote ‘The Red Flag’ lived in Stondon Park Road, Forest Hill.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Deptford SE8, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

If you are looking for piano lessons in Deptford it may mean getting the DLR to Lewisham Station. From there take a bus towards Bromley, be sure to alight at Catford Bus Garage.

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

An informed, polite and positive team of musicians provide group piano lessons for children and also private lessons for adults.

Bellingham Music Centre has become a thriving community of young piano players and is very busy throughout the week. All staff have certificates from the Royal College of Music in classical piano.

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 always a lively place with a bustling high street of traders, cafes and many local amenities. It is certainly well worth a visit an ideal for last minute shopping while the children are at piano lessons.

Brief Local History of Deptford

Deptford was another ford across the River Ravensbourne, the ‘deep ford’. This is where Deptford got it’s name and the area is even mentioned in Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’! At Sayes Court, a local manor house, Samuel Pepys was a regular visitor as his friend and fellow-diarist John Evelyn lived there. Pepys was also a regular visitor to the famous Victualling Yard when he was Clerk to the Navy Board.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Bellingham SE6, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

Bellingham Music Centre is situated on Randlesdown Road and has gradually 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.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Blackheath SE3, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

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 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 their 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.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Hither Green SE12, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

If you are looking for piano lessons in Hither Green there is a simple solution.

A short car ride away, down Hazelbank Road into Bellingham is a local tuition provider specialising in piano lessons for children. Adult lessons are also available privately.

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

Feel free to walk in to Bellingham Music Centre as a ‘drop by’ policy is encouraged for parents wanting to show their children what playing the piano is all about.

Many young children have become successful musicians as a result of studying with the staff at Bellingham Music Centre.

If a child is under ten years old, a keyboard is all that is required for those who might show an interest. Although not always essential, a weighted piano would always be recommended for children over the age of ten years old.

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 still a lively place with a bustling high street of traders, cafes and useful local amenities. Ideal for a bit of shopping while the children have their piano lesson.

Brief Local History of Hither Green
Hither Green was one of several well known greens in Lewisham, near green, Hither Green and Further Green. Hither Green was a wooded area throughout the Middle Ages but the by the middle of the eighteenth century, most of the trees had been cut down:( In 1896, many of the roads were given Scottish names by Archibald Corbett including the land he gave to build St Andrews church, Patron Saint of Scotland. The author ‘Miss Read’ aka Dora Saint was brought up in Hither Green as a child.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Downham SE12, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

For those looking for a dedicated solution to learning classical piano, head towards Catford on the bus, just to the bus garage.

For personal service and guaranteed progress, it is certainly worth coming along to Bellingham Music Centre.

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

At Bellingham Music Centre you will meet a well established group of polite, confident and well informed young music teachers who are all holders of Royal College of Music Certificates. As there is often two teachers available for every piano lesson group, an efficient and courteous service is offered.

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 always a lively place which has a bustling high street of traders, cafes, many other local amenities. An easy place to shop while the children learn to play the piano!

Brief Local History of Downham SE12 & BR1
Downham means ‘the village on the hill’, although until the 1920’s there were no houses in Downham. In 1923, London County County Council bought 600 acres of farmland between Catford and Bromley as a compulsory purchase and decided to build a new housing estate in that area. Many of the local names were taken from the legends of King Arthur including Malory School. As time went on transport to London was made available either by taking a train from Grove Park or by a tram from Southend. The new library was opened in 2006 and included a leisure and health centre.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Grove Park SE12, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

If you are looking for piano lessons in Grove Park then it is a short bus ride away.

For those driving, turn off Verdant Lane on to Hazelbank Road and follow it straight to Bellingham, very easy and no busy main roads!

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

Bellingham Music Centre is well established, now a hive of activity for young musicians. It continues to lead the way for piano tuition in the area.

Students are regularly put in for Royal School of Music Exams and gain certificates from it’s appointed Royal patrons!

The staff at the centre have all developed their skills in the same environment and are an example of how a ‘high street solution’ to learning classical piano, at a walk in centre, can be achieved in just three years!

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 still a lively place which has a bustling high street of traders, cafe and useful local amenities, certainly enough to keep busy while the children study piano.

Brief Local History of Grove Park
Grove Park was entirely woodland until the eighteenth century when all of the trees were felled:( Many of them were burned in order to make charcoal, this is where part of the area received it’s name, ‘Burnt Ash’. A farm near Somertrees Avenue was called Grove Farm and later went on to give it’s name to the area, Grove Park.

Piano & Keyboard Lessons in Ladywell SE13, Children Ages 6 and 7, £9 Per Hour!

Those people looking for piano lessons in Ladywell have a dedicated music centre on their doorstep. It is a short bus ride through Catford, ensuring that you get off at Catford Bus Garage, and Bellingham Music Centre is then five minutes walk away.

Many people start lessons with a keyboard at home and get a piano at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.

Bellingham Music Centre is a lively place, full of hope and enjoyment, keeping an ‘open door’ policy to those who wish to come in and have a look around.

Weekly piano lessons are provided at Bellingham Music Centre by a dedicated team of musicians who have all learnt their skills from scratch. The teachers all continue to study the advanced grades exam programme with the Royal College of Music.

A truely inspiring place, knowing how much Bellingham Music Centre’s reputation for piano tuition has grown in just three years. Parents are given weekly feedback regarding the progress of their child on the piano and advised on what is required in order to improve.

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 still a lively place which has a bustling high street of traders, cafes and many local amenities, ideal for passing time while the children are at their piano lesson.

Brief Local History of Ladywell
The ‘Lady Well’ was a place near to Ladywell Bridge and very likely to have been in reference to a holy well dedicated to the Virgin Mary as Lewisham also has a church sharing the same name. Evidence of this exists on a map dating back to 1592. Ladywell Fields is a public park which was opened in 1889. The park lies beside the River Ravensbourneand is very likely to be the ’30 aces of meadow mentioned in the Doomsday Book dating back to 1086. The author Henry Williamson who wrote ‘Tarka the Otter’ was brought up in Eastern Avenue in Ladywell and wrote a series of autobiographical novels about his childhood experiences there.