If you are looking for guitar lessons in Sydenham, there is a simple solution just off Southend Lane.
Go over the hill and when you get to the traffic lights at the bottom, before the bridge, turn left into Bellingham.
Many people start lessons with an acoustic guitar at home and get an electric guitar at a later stage of learning to play. Call 020 8185 7368 to book lessons.
Bellingham Music Centre is on Randlesdown Road, it is easy to find and there plenty of parking at the leisure centre across the road if required.
Bellingham Music Centre is well established in teaching guitar lessons near Sydenham. Three years after opening it has a solid local base of regular young musicians who attend to learn and perform on both acoustic and electric guitar.
We are excited to be spreading the word about Bellingham Music Centre the dedicated group of music students who attend guitar lessons at our centre. The achievements of the students and teachers at Bellingham Music Centre are indeed exceptional.
The open door policy at Bellingham Music Centre encourages those with a passion to learn to play the piano to step inside for a closer look at the process involved.
Guitar lessons at Bellingham Music Centre, so close by to Sydenham, is a must for local people with young children who they think they might have an interest in learning to playing the guitar.
It benefits all youngsters when seeing other young musicians who have already taken the first few steps in having guitar lessons and are now have a solid level of competence in playing guitar pieces.
If you are thinking of booking lessons or would like more information, call the music centre on 020 8185 7368, we look forward to speaking with you.
If you haven’t been to Bellingham recently, it is still a lively place which has a bustling high street. The many traders, cafe’s and local amenities make it well worth a visit.
Brief Local History of Sydenham
Until the eighteenth century, Sydenham was known as Sippenham. The village of Cippa, derived from ‘Old English’ was a small settlement. It consisted of a few cottages in the woods where the locals could graze their animals. Inhabitants also collected firewood on Westwood Common.
Longon Avenue in Sydenham was home to C.S Forrester (1899-1966) the author of the ‘Hornblower’ Novels. Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922), explorer of the Antarctic, also resided in Sydenham at Westwood Hill in the 1880s.