“NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION FROM GOVERNMENT ON BREXIT” – Southwark council

Not enough information is coming from Government  for councils to adequately prepare for any potential fallout from Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, say Southwark council. A cross-party Brexit panel established by the council earlier this year has met three times and heard from a range of local and national expert witnesses  including health, education, … Continue reading “NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION FROM GOVERNMENT ON BREXIT” – Southwark council

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FRIENDS OF WEST NORWOOD LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING TONIGHT / DULWICH COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 31st

TUES OCT 30 - AGM of Friends of West Norwood Library at West Norwood Leisure Centre,  25 Devane Way, West Norwood, SE27 0DF opposite West Norwood station entrance. 6.30pm Said one libraries campaigner: "This will be interesting, as the library/cinema is FINALLY OPENING on Nov 9 - and Lib Peck is now publicly begging Picturehouse to pay … Continue reading FRIENDS OF WEST NORWOOD LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING TONIGHT / DULWICH COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 31st

ROBIN INCE AT BOOKSELLER CROW TONIGHT (TUESDAY)

. Come along tonight (Tuesday) and watch the fizzing mind-bomb that is Rob recommend a ton of books that he's read and that we don't have in stock, just like last year. Tuesday 30th October As a connoisseur of comedy, Robin Ince has spent decades mining our eccentricities to create gags and watching other strange … Continue reading ROBIN INCE AT BOOKSELLER CROW TONIGHT (TUESDAY)

YOUNG PEOPLE IN CARE SHINE BRIGHT AT CROYDON’S FIRST STAR AWARDS

STAR award winners Chloe Shawsmith and Grace Nassuuana (Photo credit Katherine Leesdale) The amazing achievements of children and young people in care and care-leavers have been celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony.   At Croydon’s first STAR Awards, more than 90 inspirational young nominees aged 8-24 won awards across 13 categories, ranging from academic achievement to star … Continue reading YOUNG PEOPLE IN CARE SHINE BRIGHT AT CROYDON’S FIRST STAR AWARDS

BUSINESS BAGEL TOMORROW (TUESDAY)

BUY TICKETS Next Bagel date: Tue 30th October at 9am Coffee Craft (at the Stanley Halls) 12A South Norwood Hill London SE25 6AB at 9am This event is £5 to attend (non-refundable) which can be redeemed in the cafe for food purchased. This helps to support the cafe. We hope to see you there... Expo Announcement! … Continue reading BUSINESS BAGEL TOMORROW (TUESDAY)

EARLY NOVEMBER AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

View this email in your browser Looking For Charlie November 1st Kennington Talkies November 4th Imitation of Life November 8th Cinema Museum Bookstall November 10th Exploding Cinema November 10th Screening of Looking for Charlie (2018) with Q&A Thursday November 1st @ 7:30pm Looking for Charlie (2018) is a candid look behind the scenes of the silent era which … Continue reading EARLY NOVEMBER AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

ANSWERS DEMANDED ON CRAIG TUNSTALL PROBE

Lambeth Green group leader Jonathan Bartley has written to Lambeth council leader Cllr Lib Peck calling on her to publish the findings of the investigation into Craig Tunstall, former executive headteacher of the Gipsy Hill Federation. A Green party statement says: "Tunstall, Britain’s highest paid primary school headteacher, was suspended from his post back in … Continue reading ANSWERS DEMANDED ON CRAIG TUNSTALL PROBE

PROPERTY COMPANIES FINED £32,000 FOR IGNORING CROYDON’S LANDLORD LICENSING SCHEME – Fire brigade alerted council after safety breaches found

Two private property companies which failed to follow Croydon council’s landlord licensing scheme have been fined a combined total of £32,000 after they appealed against their original penalties. London Fire Brigade officers (LFB) told a judge-led panel that LFB had alerted Croydon council after finding fire safety breaches at a five-storey private residential block. LFB … Continue reading PROPERTY COMPANIES FINED £32,000 FOR IGNORING CROYDON’S LANDLORD LICENSING SCHEME – Fire brigade alerted council after safety breaches found

AUBERGINE CURRY – WITH DUMPLINGS AS DESSERT? IT’S THE FOOD MARKET!

Saturday 27th October Crystal Palace food market Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. 10 am to 3pm. Organic veg, fruit, meat, fish, eggs, milk, butter, flowers, vegan, smokery, bread, cakes, pastries, olives, natural wine, store cupboard refills (herbs, tea, flours, rice, nuts, oils), eco cleaning refills, eco house supplies, salads, wraps, cbd, lunch, coffee, local art & crafts and food bank … Continue reading AUBERGINE CURRY – WITH DUMPLINGS AS DESSERT? IT’S THE FOOD MARKET!

TRADE UNION BACKS CITY HALL PROTEST: “Guarantee residents ballots on estate demolitions – with NO conditions” say GMB

A trade union is backing people living on estates across London who are being denied the right to vote on whether they want their homes demolished - or not. GMB southern region are calling on Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and his advisers to go back to the drawing board and guarantee residents whose homes … Continue reading TRADE UNION BACKS CITY HALL PROTEST: “Guarantee residents ballots on estate demolitions – with NO conditions” say GMB