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.
For details see: https://westnorwoodfeast.com/feast-is-back-sunday-2-august/
18th & 19th July will be the 2020 Lambeth Country show – online this year due to coronavirus.
There will be plenty for everyone across the two days: music, workshops, shopping, community groups, animals, competitions and more.
Deadline for submitting photos for the competitions:
Flower Show 11pm Wednesday 15 July rules [ https://lambethcountryshow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/LCS-Virtual-Flower-Show-Schedule-2020.pdf ]
winning cake in 2019
Vegetable Sculpture: 3pm Friday 17 July – winner voted by the public up to 8pm on Sunday 19th:
Scarecrow, Recycled Garden & Best in Show: 3pm Friday 17 July
In the meantime watch compilations of the highlights of previous Country Shows:
#LCS20 #VirtualLCS #LCSintheHouse #LambethCountryShow
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To find out about local summer activities for children, young people and families check out Lambeth’s web site:
Or you can download this brochure.
With the coronavirus lockdown reducing there are changing government guidelines every week. So do check regularly for the latest information.
Here is are examples of activities:
Lambeth Libraries programme includes the Summer Reading Challenge https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKLAMBETH/bulletins/292c570
Fun packed summer programme filled with engaging activities for young people aged 11 to 19 years.
Rathbone in West Norwood have fun-packed summer activities for young people aged 11 to 19 years. include Sports, Arts and Creative Crafts, Music, Dance, Media, Cookery, Trips and much more – contact email@example.com
CEF Lyncx are offering 5 weeks of activities for children and young people aged 8 – 15 and volunteering/work experience opportunities for young people aged 16+ http://cefi.org.uk/home
Lambeth Autism Group (NAS Lambeth) will be hosting a range of online sessions this summer -contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspirational Youth have a one week 3rd to 7th August Summer Club for Year 6 children transitioning to Year 7 – at Streatham Youth and Community Trust SW16 – contact email@example.com
In 2020 we face an unprecedented crisis in the mental and physical health and wellbeing of children and young people and their families.
Lambeth’s Youth and Play Team are asking organisations to send in proposals for summer activities to operate in full, partial and non-lockdown.
The funding available is in three streams: a locality, creative activities and small grants of £1,000.
If your organisation would first like to know more – book a place on this webinar on Tues May 12th 11am to 1pm .
Despite lockdown West Norwood Feast is still on first Sunday of the month 10am to 4pm.
Go online at: https://westnorwoodfeast.com/sunday-3-may-stayhomefeast/
Something for everyone:
- Traders with special offers
- Musicians on live radio
- Children’s activities
- Yoga classes on zoom
- Birdsong walk on zoom
- Bean chili recipe to share on Sunday
Lambeth Libraries are closed during the coronavirus lockdown but there is a fantastic choice of extra online activities : e-books, audio books, newspapers & magazines, research your family history using the Ancestry database , quiz, book group chat , chat with writers, business advice, wriggle & rhyme sessions, film streaming.
Sign up here (top of the page) for the e-newsletter of events. (Next newsletter due out on Monday 4th May).
Don’t worry if you are not a library member – some activities are open to all.
West Norwood library waiting for end of lockdown
Since lockdown hundreds of residents have registered as new library members – to join just go online here.
Or speak to the library team on 020 7926 0750 between 9am and 6pm.
See details of regular online services here
Winning daffodils in 2019
The Lambeth Horticultural Society is based in West Norwood and runs the highly popular flower tent at The Country Show each July. They also put on a Spring and Autumn flower show competitions in St Luke’s church.
Due to the corona virus lockdown the 2020 Spring show goes online!
There are 3 flower categories: tulips, daffodils and mixed spring flowers. If you have taken up baking there is a hot-cross bun competition. And children can enter an animal made of recycling and a rainbow collage.
Send in photos before Friday 3rd April. So get snapping those spring flowers and send them in!
For details see: http://www.lambethhorticulturalsociety.org.uk/flower-shows/
Entries will be posted on facebook and we can all help decide the winners!
Lambeth Children’s Centres run a wide range of free activities with babies & young children, midwifery services, advice sessions and much more. Ask your Health Visitor or baby clinic for details.
Or to help decide the sessions best for your family – phone or drop in to one of our local centres:
Benton’s Lane SE27 9UD 020 3409 0704
Crown Lane School SW16 3HX 020 8761 7139
Hitherfield School SW16 2LW 020 8835 9569
Streatham Hub SW16 6HX 020 8835 9569
And see the timetables online:
Norwood activities timetable
Streatham activities timetable
Tulse Hill activities timetable
The Lambeth Local Plan, together with the London Mayor’s Plan forms the statutory basis for making planning applications decisions..
Lambeth is reviewing its Local Plan in consultation with local people. And this is now the last chance to have a say before the Lambeth’s draft Local Plan is independently examined by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities &Local government (Robert Jenrick, MP for Newark, Nottinghamshire). The deadline for comments is Friday 13/3/20.
Developers consult on plans for Windsor Grove
The Local Plan is an important document for improving the supply of housing across the borough and addressing climate change: it is 544 pages and covers lots of detail.
Policy PN7 is the overall policy for West Norwood/Tulse on page 430 and promises Norwood High Street will get its own Special Planning Document later this year as the West Norwood Creative Business Cluster. Policy ED3 is Key Industrial business Areas – KIBAs on page 132 & 476. In light of the numerous local Thames Water leaks, Policy EN6, on page 245, on drainage and water management will be of interest to West Norwood residents.
Comments on the draft Lambeth Local Plan can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org by the 13th March deadline.
See our earlier posts: 15/11/2017
This Saturday and Sunday ( 5th & 6th October) Lambeth artists & crafts people open their studios to visitors 10am to 6pm. Free entry.
Our local artists in West Norwood include:
Megan Dowsett, Martin Grover, Wendy Horler and Liorah Tchiprout.
For details see; http://www.lambethopen.com/