Jenny from Into the Wild will be here this Saturday with festive wreaths. If you'd like to guarantee one on your door you can order from her in advance. Choose from cool whites/natural colours or bright colours! You can text her on 07904 018 088, email her or contact her via her website. Lunches this week Hot food … Continue reading ORGANIC SOURDOUGH SNOWBALLS – AND CHRISTMAS WREATHS – IT’S THE FOOD MARKET!
Join us on Saturday 15th December for Winterfest. Get in the festive spirit with our arts and crafts stalls, sewing workshops, drinks and plenty more. Crystal Palace Community Choir will be opening the event with a chorus of festive cheer 11 am – 5 pm Free entry for everyone Business confirmed: Gunpowder Studios Janette Garthwaite Glass … Continue reading EVENTS – WINTERFEST / WREATH MAKING / THE HISTORY OF PANTOMIME – AND A SNOW BALL…ALL AT UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB
Compulsory purchase orders for peoples homes on two of the six estates which Lambeth Labour want to demolish as part of the hugely controversial 'Homes for Lambeth' scheme are set to get the go-ahead on Monday. A meeting of the council’s cabinet – start time 5pm - will consider the reports for the South Lambeth … Continue reading COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDERS FOR WESTBURY AND SOUTH LAMBETH ESTATES SET TO GET THE GO-AHEAD
LambethLabour Retweeted Lambeth CouncilVerified account @lambeth_council Dec 9 Have your say on Lambeth's budget proposals which shows how we can save money over the next 4 years and help us to shape the future of our services. https://goo.gl/fbYG3k Like all local councils across the country, Lambeth has a massive financial challenge. We’ve saved £230 million since 2010 due … Continue reading HAVE YOUR SAY ON LAMBETH’S BUDGET PROPOSALS
Guns N'Roses star Slash is backing the appeal to help raise funds for a dinosaur bridge in Crystal Palace park - he has donated a signed top hat which is currently being auctioned ONLINE. The online auction complements an earth-bound auction being held at the Tap Room, Hamilton Road, Gipsy Hill this Friday. Helena from … Continue reading GUNS N’ROSES STAR BACKS PARK DINOSAUR BRIDGE APPEAL
The Panash steel orchestra will be playing outside Sainsbury's on Thursday evening as lots of local traders - and the library hub - stay open for the first of two late night trading evenings. Go local and discover the many late night shopping events, free music events, and late night offers at Crystal Palace this … Continue reading A TOUCH OF ‘PANASH’ COMING TO THE TRIANGLE ON THURSDAY NIGHT – as loads of traders – (and the library hub) stay open late….
UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB - - GROUND FLOOR Thursday 13th December and Thursday 20th December 5.30pm to 9.30pm Acoustic performances in the library from 8pm to 9.30pm (with a bar) / Christmas card sale / Offering a range of liqueur coffees and specialist cakes / Second hand book and DVD sale ______________________________________________________________________________________ Hit the triangle this Thursday … Continue reading SE19 LATE EVENTS THURSDAY DECEMBER 13TH – MORE DETAILS
From Ellie Reeves, MP for Lewisham West and Penge: At the beginning of the month I was extremely shocked and saddened to learn of the fatal stabbing of Jay Hughes in Bellingham. This was followed 72 hours later by the fatal stabbing of Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez on Samos Road. This absolutely tragic sequence of events … Continue reading MP HELPS PLANT FLOWERS FOR STABBING VICTIM
Theresa May's vacuous statement that 'Brexit means Brexit' allowed the Conservative hard Brexiteers to move in and claim the definition for themselves, MP Helen Hayes has told the House of Commons. Speaking during a Brexit debate the Dulwich and West Norwood Labour MP told the House: In June 2016, my constituents voted overwhelmingly to remain in … Continue reading “If Parliament will not vote for a general election, it must allow people the opportunity to vote on whether to accept the Brexit deal on offer or stay in the EU. “That is not undemocratic. “It is more democratic, and it is the right thing to do.” – Helen Hayes MP
Regular readers may feel a sense of deja vu on reading the accompanying item about the Local Government Ombudsman's report into a noise complaint - and you / they would be right. Back in early October we ran a pre-piece about a question which had been put down by Cllr Scott Ainslie (Green) for the … Continue reading OPINION: CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE*