Explore your potential this summer at Upper Norwood Library with free/low-cost activities led by professionals Upper Norwood Library Hub is excited to present Summer at the Library of Possibilities. We are hosting six weeks of activities and courses for up to 17 year olds over the summer holidays. Free and low cost activities Explore your … Continue reading NOTHING’S IMPOSSIBLE – AT THE LIBRARY OF POSSIBILITIES!
First, we'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who attended a class, group or event here so far this year. Our schedule is growing rapidly and we're really excited to play host to some fantastic, creative crowds. Some of the great additions are highlighted below, but you can access a full calendar of … Continue reading SUMMER IN THE LIBRARY
Comedy Jen Brister Family Shows MEANINGLESS (WIP) Wednesday 13th: 9pm £12.50/£10 Ever wanted to know the meaning of life? No, neither has Jen, she’s too busy trying to stop her twins from using her shoes as a toilet. Still, we’re only on this planet for a finite time, wouldn’t it be good to find a bit … Continue reading ATTIC ARTS CLUB CONTINUES AT UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY…..
An arts extravaganza! From 4th-17th June, Disentangle Productions are transforming our upstairs main hall into a pop up arts venue! The Attic Arts Club will play host to two weeks of side splitting comedy, thought provoking theatre, award winning puppetry, hilarious cabaret, theatre that the children will love as well as late night fun that you’ll have to book the … Continue reading ATTIC ARTS CLUB AT UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY – June 4th to June 17th
Upper Norwood library is being funded for a further three years by Croydon and Lambeth councils. Details of the amounts of funding are not yet available In a statement Upper Norwood Library Trust, which runs the building, said: "This funding will enable us to maintain the library and also continue to evolve it into a … Continue reading LIBRARY FUNDED FOR NEXT THREE YEARS
An arts extravaganza! From 4th-17th June, Disentangle Productions are transforming our upstairs main hall into a pop up arts venue! The Attic Arts Club will play host to two weeks of side splitting comedy, thought provoking theatre, award winning puppetry, hilarious cabaret, theatre that the children will love as well as late night fun that you’ll have to book the … Continue reading EVENTS – ARTS EXTRAVAGANZA UPSTAIRS AT UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB
CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET Our Patchwork Farm stall is back! They're a friendly bunch & new volunteers are always welcome. You could be on the stall, or do some gardening on one of their sites. Ask at the stall for more information, or click here. SOME LIKE IT HOT - SOME LIKE IT COOL … Continue reading EVENTS – HOUSING RALLY / FOOD MARKET / LIBRARY OF THINGS / BUSINESS BAGEL
NOT LISTENING...... This sign has appeared outside a house in Herne Hill. Defend The Ten Retweeted Gaby Gassner @GassnerDesign Pretty damning poster. It's sadly so true as I can confirm as long-suffering resident. THE CASE OF THE VANISHING LIBRARIES IS IT GOING TO GET DIRTY IN LAMBETH'S MAY ELECTIONS?: PAPER CANDIDATES Vauxhall Labour @VauxhallLabour posted … Continue reading LAMBETHWATCH: SIGN OF THE TIMES; THE CASE OF THE VANISHING LIBRARIES – AND PAPER CANDIDATES
Matt Reynolds @mrmfr Just noticed this in my London Rebel History Calendar 2018. Got the name of the library wrong but great to see the important day there! #VoteLibrary Friends of Carnegie Retweeted Matt Reynolds Occupation recognised as part of Rebel History! Still fondly remembered by participants & supporters & rued by @lambeth_council, who wrongly … Continue reading LAMBETHWATCH – REBEL CALENDAR MARKS CARNEGIE OCCUPATION / ELECTION COUNTDOWN: THREE WEEKS TO GO
JOE'S CHRISTMAS DISPLAY IS BACK IN THE LIBRARY AGAIN The traditional Christmas window display - much-loved by local children - which featured in the former Plumbase store on Westow Hill is back on display this year – again in Upper Norwood library. Joe Field, who designed the Christmas window in Plumbase for between eight and … Continue reading JOE’S CHRISTMAS DISPLAY IS BACK IN THE LIBRARY AGAIN / FATAL ACCIDENT UPDATE / iMOVE HAVEN’T MOVED / WINTERFEST CLOSES