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 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 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.