CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET, HAYNES LANE OFF WESTOW STREET CRYSTAL PALACE SE19 10 am to 3 pm. Hot lunch-Zongo- Helen and Anthony are bringing Ghana style roast chicken, spicy roast vegetable stew, Jollof rice and fried plantains, and a tasty Groundnut soup. Yum. Lunch & deli – Comfort & Joy Hot tasty wraps, salads and those famous scotch … Continue reading MOUTHWATERING FEASTS AT THE FOOD MARKET
Back on January 25th this year we ran the following headline: GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE - WE'VE GOT OUR CINEMA BACK! We haven't just got a cinema for Crystal Palace. We've got a BRILLIANT cinema for Crystal Palace! Last night (Tuesday) there was an invitation-only event to the four-screen Everyman cinema, Crystal Palace - 'new' … Continue reading OH..WOW!* CRYSTAL PALACE DOESN’T JUST HAVE A NEW CINEMA – WE HAVE A BRILLIANT NEW CINEMA!
Around 400 people - far, far more than usual - attended Sunday's Remembrance Day wreath laying at Upper Norwood War Memorial on Westow Street on Sunday. Major Phil Layton of the Salvation Army told people attending the ceremony: "On this day of remembrance, in this centenary year, we, of all faiths and of none, are … Continue reading HUNDREDS ATTEND REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE AT WESTOW STREET MEMORIAL
Detectives investigating the killing of Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez who was fatally stabbed in Anerley have made a fourth arrest. A 23-year-old man [D] was arrested this morning Monday, 12 November on suspicion of murder. He is currently in custody at a south London police station. Three arrests have previously been made. Two men - aged … Continue reading FOURTH ARREST FOLLOWS FATAL ANERLEY STABBING
Kennington Bioscope presents Silent Guns Nov 17th Kennington Classics presents Drive (2011) Nov 18th We the Peoples Film Festival screening Nov 19th Films of Ross Hunter - Magnificent Obsession (1954) Nov 20th Book launch of Dear Dudley by Barbra Paskin & Kennington Noir presents Murder My Sweet (1944) Nov 21st Dario Barozzi & Jose Zalba-Smith Nov 22nd Kennington Bioscope presents Silent … Continue reading SILENT GUNS, MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION, NEW DUDLEY MOORE BOOK LAUNCH AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM
Lambeth council's Green party opposition leader Cllr Jon Bartley has posted on social media the reasons why he wears a white poppy: Some people remarked about my white poppy so I thought I’d put a few thoughts down! I’ve been wearing a white poppy for about 15 years now. I got into quite a bit … Continue reading “WHY I WEAR WHITE POPPIES” – LAMBETH’S GREEN PARTY OPPOSITION LEADER
Helen Hayes Retweeted DHST @dhstorg Oct 31 Can you help prepare Champion Hill? On Sat 10 November the Football Club asking for assistance to help get the ground ready for our return. Details on how you can help can be found here https://bit.ly/2yKUAB9 #dhfc Volunteers Needed Many supporters have already contacted either ourselves or the Football Club offering … Continue reading DULWICH HAMLET SUPPORTERS LAUNCH ‘DIY SOS’ FOR PLUMBERS, ELECTRICIANS, PAINTERS (AND HELP WITH MANUAL JOBS) AS THEY RETURN HOME TO CHAMPION HILL
News From Crystal Palace can reveal why the Carnegie library at Herne Hill has security guards there: the library is not connected to an alarm receiving centre. The current security cost is £10,314 per month. This includes one security officer who is on site overnight, ensuring a 24/7 presence. The library is currently closed for … Continue reading LAMBETHWATCH – WHY LAMBETH COUNCIL ARE FORKING OUT £10,314 A MONTH (that’s more than £123,000 a year) FOR SECURITY GUARDS AT CARNEGIE LIBRARY: IT’S NOT CONNECTED TO AN ALARM RECEIVING CENTRE
(There's non-edible items too - please see later) Crystal Palace food market Haynes Lane off Westow Street SE19 Saturday 10th November 10 am to 3 pm Organic veg, fruit, meat, fish, eggs, milk, butter, 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, … Continue reading Wild boar at the food market – and an item made with Pedro Ximénez sherry-steeped figs, warming spices and matured in generous glugs of fine French calvados….
Residents on Central Hill estate in Crystal Palace should NOT be given the chance to vote on whether they want their homes demolished, Lambeth council have told the GLA. Lambeth's 'reasoning'?: "We commissioned an independent company to carry out a test of opinion in October 2016. "This demonstrated that there was a clear majority of … Continue reading “DON’T GIVE CENTRAL HILL PEOPLE A BALLOT ON ESTATE DEMOLITION” LAMBETH TELL GLA – “but we accept the principle of applying ballots to future schemes” (well, maybe)