Parking bays on Devane Way
Parking is very limited in Devane Way SE27 – the road leading up to West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre. Most people access the centre on foot.
Next week the parking bays will be repainted to clearly indicate where parking is permitted for up to 10 minutes. Parking enforcement teams will visit from time to time. They will issue tickets to vehicles they see parked for over 10 minutes.
Barrier with buzzer
There are 5 parking spaces for blue badge holders right outside the Health & Leisure Centre. Anyone with limited mobility who needs to park or be dropped off must use the buzzer beside the barrier to speak to reception.
New play equipment for children aged 5 to 11 is due to be added to the play
are outside our Leisure Centre in time for summer 2019 .
Do let us know which are your favourite play items. Please come along to the
consultation drop on Thursday 14th February between 3.30pm and 5.30pm in the
Community Room at the West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre, Devane Way SE27
Or complete the online survey at:
Deadline is 11pm Friday 1st March
Jack & Christian
Jack & Christian run special gym sessions for young people age 11 to 16 at West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre (WNHLC) . After school in weekdays the sessions are 3.30pm to 6pm Monday to Thursday and a bit longer on Fridays 3.30pm to 6.30pm. Weekends are 10am to 12.30pm .
With a “pay as you go” card the sessions are £2.10 each. Monthly membership is £13.85/£11.80 and includes swimming. And circuit training on Wednesdays at 4pm.
Girls and boys welcome. Phone 020 8761 1159 for details or drop in to WNHLC at Devane Way SE27 0DF ( opposite West Norwood train station) .
Find out what’s happening in West Norwood at the Norwood Forum at 7.30pm this Wednesday, 16th March, at The Old Library , Knights Hill SE27 0HY
The Forum is a chance to have a say on services at West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre; the Norwood Road & Tulse Hill one way system project; library -cinema project and progress on a Planning Assembly for Norwood and anything else in West Norwood that people want to talk about! All welcome.
Norwood Forum is run by local people. To get contact them email : firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our lovely swimming pool has been open for a year. To celebrate, the leisure centre is holding an open day on Tuesday 28th July 6.30am to 10pm . Everyone is welcome to try out any of the sports & leisure facilities for free. If you have not visited the West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre ( WHNLC ) yet this is an opportunity not to be missed!
The WNHLC is in Devane Way SE27 0UT , opposite the West Norwood train station.
For details of leisure activities at WNHLC see: http://www.better.org.uk/leisure/west-norwood-health-and-leisure-centre/news
Lambeth’s new Chief Executive visited West Norwood last week. Pictured here at Joe Hunte Court sheltered housing scheme, off Knights Hill, Sean Harriss met residents who showed off their new kitchens & bathrooms with walk-in showers. Sean also toured the West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre. Follow Sean on twitter @SeanHarriss
@JonSnowC4 and @DoonMackichan are joining the Freeze for Trees – Mid Winter Swim fundraiser event at Brockwell Lido SE24 0PA on Saturday 13th December. You can choose whether to swim a lap or two, or just jump straight in and out. Organised by Trees for Cities. Registration £15 from 10.30am & jump in at 11.30am.
Participants enjoy a hot shower afterwards, a goodie bag, a complimentary hot drink and mince pie, festive live music, and a whole lot of Christmas cheer. Fancy dress is strongly encouraged and there will be prizes for the best outfit.
Spectators are most welcome; there will be hot food and drink available – including some delicious mulled wine, provided by The Lido Cafe.
All funds raised from the group jump-in will help Trees for Cities to continue planting trees in streets, housing estates, schools and parks, to grow stronger neighbourhoods, enhance urban landscapes and improve health and happiness.
Take the plunge and sign up at: www.treesforcities.org/freezefortrees