The GP building in Crown Dale is closed for refurbishment & extension till April 2022. It will reopen with more facilities & more services.
Crown Dale recently merged with Tulse Hill and the new combined practice, Northwood, will run from both sites. Whilst Crown Dale is closed all services are based at Tulse Hill. The combined practice has extended opening hours to provide mainly online and telephone access during lockdown.
Planning application 20/01079 has full details of the extended building at Crown Dale (pictured). It will include a new multi-purpose community room for classes organised by external organisations such as yoga, tai chi, exercises classes and Macmillan coffee mornings. Use Lambeth’s planning portal to see the planning application.
Lambeth & Wandsworth are running an enhanced covid 19 testing programme to test everyone in the two boroughs.
West Norwood has a free drop-in covid 19 testing centre at Waylett Place car park SE27 9AA (next to Iceland) . The last session will be 9am to 3pm on Monday 26th April. These tests are for people with NO covid 19 symptoms.
For more information on covid19 testing services in Lambeth see:
Lambeth council is asking everyone, aged 16 or over, living or working in the area (pictured) between Norwood Rd and Leigham Court Rd & Valley Rd to get a Covid-19 test, whether they have been vaccinated or not. A variant first identified in South Africa has been detected in the local area. UK government data from various areas across the country shows that the variant is not currently spreading quickly and is being contained.
Tests ready to go out from the town hall
People in the area will receive full information on how to access the testing.
Free rapid ‘lateral flow test’ are available from Monday 4th January at Lambeth Town Hall SW2 1RW for adults who live or work in Lambeth and who may have Covid-19 but have no symptoms. The result is texted or emailed to you the same day.
You must book an appointment in advance and provide contact details including an email address and mobile phone number. Book here. More rapid testing sites in marquees will open soon in Brockwell Park and Blenheim Gardens.
There are local testing sites for people who have any covid-19 symptoms (a fever, a new continuous cough, loss or change in sense of smell or taste). The results from these PCR tests take a few days as the tests are processed in a lab. Book a PCR test here: https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test
For more details see this post on the Love Lambeth website.
So far 53% said “it makes me uneasy and I might avoid that business” in response to the question: “How do you feel about visiting shops, restaurants or other businesses where staff choose not to wear face coverings, excluding staff behind screens ”
Station to Station is the business organisation for West Norwood businesses . They publish an excellent business directory of our local businesses:
Climate change has become a climate crisis. Lambeth council has committed to be carbon neutral by 2030 and under Cllr Holland’s leadership the council is setting up a Citizens Assembly to develop recommendations on the actions we need to take together as the community of Lambeth.
Delivering environmentally sustainable policies requires a significant degree of consensus from residents & businesses and cannot just be done through enforcement. The Citizens Assembly on the Climate Emergency will be a key process for gaining wider support for urgent new actions & policies. It involves bringing together a wide range of views from representatives of the diverse communities that make up our borough.
West Norwood Feast markets are back for real on 2nd August this Sunday 10am to 4pm. Come along and support our local independent businesses.
Things have changed around a little since last year and Feast is now on three sites: Food Fair at St Luke’s Church , Artisans’ Market at Chatworth Way and Village Green in Devane Way SE27 0DF . Due to social distancing there is no picnicing in St Luke’s Gardens.