NORWOOD SOCIETY HISTORY MEETING / THAMES WATER WORKS SET TO CONTINUE FOR MONTHS

February 16th Bromley Archives. Lucy Allen, Archivist Bromley Council talks to Norwood Society Local History. All meetings held at 7.30pm on the third Thursday of the month at:

Upper Norwood Library, Westow Hill, SE19 1TJ

Admission free, non-members welcome.

THAMES WATER WORKS SET TO CONTINUE FOR MONTHS

Works by Thames Water are set to continue in the area for the next couple of months.

Traffic delays late yesterday afternoon included a 249 bus due to go to Anerley station taking more than 15 minutes to travel from All Saints church to Sainsbury’s on Westow Street with the bus terminating in Crystal Palace

A Thames Water spokeswoman told News From Crystal Palace today (Thursday): “Our mains replacement work is taking place in phases and will continue over the next couple of months.

“This means any temporary lights will move around as has been the case since we started the project.

“I’ve heard the traffic was bad this morning but please note this was due to some problems with some nearby traffic lights (not belonging to Thames Water) and not because of our work.”
Edible Garden (part of the Patchwork Farm)

The Edible Garden, Westow Park, Crystal Palace
Saturday 11 February and Saturday 25 February, 10.30am

Join us at the Edible Garden for seed sowing and preparation for the new growing season. We may also have a film crew along from the Garden Museum to make a short film about what gardens mean to people, on 11 February. Do come and join in!

Patchwork Farm

Sunday,19 Feb, 2pm: Patchwork Farm Composting workshop at Spa Hill allotments (come to the entrance at the far end of Dale Park Road).

Contact Clare_goff@yahoo.co.uk for more info.

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