ONE MINUTE’S SILENCE FOR TESSA JOWELL AT COUNCIL MEETING – BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Mayor of Lambeth Cllr Christopher Wellbelove with Tessa Jowell during his previous Mayoral year when Tessa delivered the Dean lecture at Goldsmiths College October 2009 TESSA JOWELL TRIBUTE One minute's silence was held behind closed doors at Lambeth council's meeting on Wednesday for former Dulwich MP Tessa Jowell. Mayor of Lambeth Cllr Christopher Wellbelove told … Continue reading ONE MINUTE’S SILENCE FOR TESSA JOWELL AT COUNCIL MEETING – BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

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EVENTS: GIPSY HILL AND GIPSY ROAD – HISTORY TALK / PAXTON CENTRE THIS MONTH / DULWICH ARTISTS OPEN HOUSE / MP STEVE REED AT BUSINESS BAGEL et cetera

THURSDAY MAY 17th GIPSY HILL Local history talk ‘Gipsy Hill & Gipsy Road’ Alun Thomas has researched the history of the roads. Norwood Society local history,. Upper Norwood Library, Westow Hill, SE19 1TJ 7.30pm Admission free. Refreshments at interval, donations welcome. PAXTON CENTRE IN MAY The Paxton Centre Springs into May and June as local winners … Continue reading EVENTS: GIPSY HILL AND GIPSY ROAD – HISTORY TALK / PAXTON CENTRE THIS MONTH / DULWICH ARTISTS OPEN HOUSE / MP STEVE REED AT BUSINESS BAGEL et cetera

LAUNCH OF NORWOOD SOCIETY’S ‘MYHOUSEMYSTREET’ PROJECT THIS SUNDAY / BICYCLE THIEVES ON THE TRIANGLE / FOOD MARKET / LAUNCH OF LAMBETH DEMOCRACY / ORDINARY PEOPLE AT CROW / LAMBETH LIBRARIES EVENTS

LAUNCH OF NORWOOD SOCIETY'S 'MYHOUSEMYSTREET' PROJECT THIS SUNDAY The Norwood Society are holding the first meeting of their 'MyHouseMyStreet' project upstairs in the Upper Norwood library this Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. They are working with volunteers to launch the project in the Harold Road Conservation area of Upper Norwood to include Essex Grove, Rockmount … Continue reading LAUNCH OF NORWOOD SOCIETY’S ‘MYHOUSEMYSTREET’ PROJECT THIS SUNDAY / BICYCLE THIEVES ON THE TRIANGLE / FOOD MARKET / LAUNCH OF LAMBETH DEMOCRACY / ORDINARY PEOPLE AT CROW / LAMBETH LIBRARIES EVENTS

OPEN DOOR CLOSED? / QUEENS HOTEL – DEADLINE FOR OBJECTIONS EXTENDED / SINGALONG AT THE FOOD MARKET / EVENTS

OPEN DOOR CLOSED?   Kingsway International Christian Centre have been removing furniture from the cinema building at 25 Church Road. The sign above the canopy stating 'The Open Door' has also been removed. Everyman cinema chain have agreed to purchase the building from KICC subject to being granted a premises licence. Further reading: GREAT NEWS … Continue reading OPEN DOOR CLOSED? / QUEENS HOTEL – DEADLINE FOR OBJECTIONS EXTENDED / SINGALONG AT THE FOOD MARKET / EVENTS

WALK TO SUPPORT FAMILIES IN YOUR COMMUNITY – IT’S ST CHRISTOPHER’S HOSPICE BLUEBELL WALK 2018

St Christopher’s Hospice are urging local people to sign-up to their Bluebell Walk on 29 April 2018. “The hospice has been a place to help me" says Richard Carter. "Since coming to St Christopher’s, I’ve built great friendships with staff, volunteers and patients. "I go to the gym, art therapy, I meet with nurses, and … Continue reading WALK TO SUPPORT FAMILIES IN YOUR COMMUNITY – IT’S ST CHRISTOPHER’S HOSPICE BLUEBELL WALK 2018

CROYDON: FREE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE OVER EASTER

Young people can sign up now for free activities and workshops taking place at youth centres across Croydon over the Easter break. From music production workshops to boxing training; lyric writing sessions to street golf; DJ masterclasses to drama; employability advice to art and crafts, there is a huge range of activities on offer for … Continue reading CROYDON: FREE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE OVER EASTER

EVENTS – PEOPLE’S AUDIT LAMBETH / URBAN FOOD HEROES AT THE MARKET/ CRYSTAL PALACE BUSINESS BAGEL / CRYSTAL PALACE PARK COMMUNITY FORUM /

SATURDAY MARCH 24th URBAN FOOD HEROES AT THE MARKET Crystal Palace food market say they are honoured to be chosen as an Urban Food Hero "using food for good" in this month's Jellied Eel (part of Sustain).  Not only has the market been listed but also Patchwork Farm and its stall at the market.  Thank … Continue reading EVENTS – PEOPLE’S AUDIT LAMBETH / URBAN FOOD HEROES AT THE MARKET/ CRYSTAL PALACE BUSINESS BAGEL / CRYSTAL PALACE PARK COMMUNITY FORUM /

UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB: WHAT’S ON THIS MONTH – Library of Things starts lending April 21st  

The last month has been a busy one. We've enjoyed the picturesque snow-covered Crystal Palace, signed up some great new classes to run at the library, and really cracked on with plans for the Crystal Palace Library of Things. More exciting news on that below... New Groups and Classes We've recently added T'ai Chi, Shared … Continue reading UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB: WHAT’S ON THIS MONTH – Library of Things starts lending April 21st  

WINTER BUNDERLAND! FOOD MARKET WILL BE OPEN TOMORROW

Saturday 17th March Yes, we're open. They weather is looking a bit frisky, but we'll be there! (Weather forecast in following 'Snow Business' item - Ed.) Patsy will be making jerk chicken & pork for lunch, Neil's new coffee roasting stall will be up and running and Veaseys have had a good week fishing, so … Continue reading WINTER BUNDERLAND! FOOD MARKET WILL BE OPEN TOMORROW

MAINS REPAIRS ON CENTRAL HILL / FOOD MARKET IS BACK / VICAR’S OAK LEAFLET LAUNCH …AND LOTS MORE!

CENTRAL HILL / WESTOW STREET MAINS REPAIRS Bus routes 417, 432 and 450 along with two night buses are continuing to be diverted along Church Road SE19 while Thames Water carry out repairs on Gipsy Hill. A Thames Water spokesman told News From Crystal Palace: "We're currently working to repair a leak in the road … Continue reading MAINS REPAIRS ON CENTRAL HILL / FOOD MARKET IS BACK / VICAR’S OAK LEAFLET LAUNCH …AND LOTS MORE!