Help shape the future of West Norwood by attending the Norwood Planning Assembly AGM and visioning event on Wednesday 25th April at 7pm at Portico Gallery 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS. For details see: https://www.norwoodplanning.org/
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Our Kind of Norwood
Filed under Community / voluntary, Environment, Housing, Leisure, Local Business, Parking, Parks, Planning, Shopping, Traffic, Transport, West Norwood
A community choir for West Norwood
A community choir is for everyone who loves to sing. Abigail is starting a West Norwood weekly community choir from Thursday 14th April 7pm at Portico , 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HP. £6 . For details see http://justsing.moonfruit.com/. Or phone 07930 459 250.
Local activities for older people
Line Dancing at 10.30am on first Wednesday morning of the month at The British Home in Crown Lane is just one of the variety of activities targeted at older people in the West Norwood area.
Every week there are: sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre ( 020 8761 1159), NPG holds classes on Tuesdays at The Old Library , an over -50s club on Thursdays from 12 noon at Emmanuel Church , Clive Road and a gentle exercise class on Fridays at 9.30 am at All Saints Church , Lovelace Rd.
And every month there are more things to join in: 2nd Wednesdays at 2.30 pm is a tea dance ( dementia friendly) at Portico; U3A meets on 3rd Wednesday at The Park Tavern, Elder Rd ; a film matinee at Portico on 3rd Wednesdays 2.30pm.
For details and to find more age friendly activities in Lambeth & Southwark see the Age UK service directory: http://www.ageuk.org.uk/lambeth/our-services/lambeth-and-southwark-older-peoples-information-directory/
South London Cares links people aged over 65 with young professional people in a range of activities see – https://southlondoncares.org.uk/
Crossroads Care is planning regular group sessions for informal Carers once they find a membership organiser – call Julia 020 7502 8973 for details or see http://www.crossroadscaresouththames.org/.
Filed under Arts, Churches, Community / voluntary, Health, West Norwood
West Norwood Food Week
Last summer’s Food Week was a sell out in West Norwood so West Norwood Feast have teamed up with Grub Club to put on another food week in first week of February to cheer us up this winter! For details and bookings see: http://grubclub.com/west-norwood-food-week
Participants include Community Café @CommunityShops, The Great North Wood @tgnwpub , Tulse Hill Hotel @TulseHillHotel, Pintadera Café @PintaderaCafe, Garden Gastro Bar @GardenGastroBar, Otter @OtterTrading, Iberico, The Book & Record Bar @BookNRecordBar and Portico Gallery @PorticoGallery
Filed under Community / voluntary, Health, Leisure, Local Business, Shopping, West Norwood
Find out about work of Centre 70
Centre 70 is our local advice centre at 46 Knights Hill SE27 0JD (opposite West Norwood train station) and has been helping local people since it started in 1970! And many people need more help than ever . Drop in between 6pm and 8pm on Thursday 24th September to Centre 70’s open evening at Portico Gallery , 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS to find out about the different ways Centre 70 provides support and how we can all get involved. This event will be hosted by our former MP Tessa Jowell . For more information on the advice and counselling services at Centre 70 see: http://centre70.org.uk/ .
Filed under Charity, Community / voluntary, West Norwood
Residents of West Norwood are donating items that will be taken to refugees at Calais later this week. Items are being collected at the Portico Gallery , 23 Knights Hill SE27 . Last contributions gratefully recievd by 12noon on Monday morning , 7th September .
For more details see facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wnfeast
Filed under Community / voluntary, West Norwood
Local Artists Open Weekend
Meet local artists during Lambeth Open weekend 3rd & 4th October and see their work. Many venues across the borough.
At West Norwood’s Portico Gallery 23a Knights Hill SE27 0HS meet :
- Stefania Boiano http://www.stefaniabojano.net/ @rootlesstreeart
- Bob Brown
- Martin Grover http://www.martingrover.com/
- Mark McLaughlin http://www.markmclaughlinartist.co.uk/
- Laura Orsini
- Steve Owen
- Martin Reid
- Julie Sullock http://www.juliesullock.com/
- Chrissy Thirlaway http://www.chrissythirlaway.com/
- Kim Thornton http://kimthornton.co.uk/
Filed under Arts, Leisure, Local Business
West Norwood Food Week
A mid-summer week of unique dining experiences in West Norwood from Saturday 13th June to Sunday 21st June. Special menus and events have been curated for West Norwood Food Week ranging from free family picnics to Feasty experiences to fine dining tasting menus. To find out more and to book your place see: http://westnorwoodfoodweek.grubclub.com/
The week’s events:
- A Taste of Victorian History – Foodie Cemetery Tour in West Norwood
- Remember Your Childhood With a Free Family Picnic
- Share a Bangladeshi Family Feast at Lal Baag
- A British Celebration Supper at the Tulse Hill Hotel
- Summer Sharing Feast under the Stars at the Great North Wood
- Share an Italian Summer Dinner at The Garden Gastro Bar
- A DIY DJ evening, with local craft beers and paella at the Book and Record Bar
- A Summer Afternoon of Art in the Park and Picnicking in Norwood Park
- A Taste of the Caribbean – A Midsummer Evening at the Portico Gallery
Filed under Community / voluntary, Leisure, Local Business, West Norwood
West Norwood Festival
This Saturday 25th October 10am – 4pm meet up with local residents for walks, talks, eating, making, cooking, sewing, gardening, thinking and much more. Based at Portico Gallery , 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS and other local venues . All welcome. For details see: http://www.theopenworks.org/#joinusforthefestival-section
Filed under Arts, Community / voluntary, Leisure
Lambeth Open artists weekend
As part of Lambeth Open 10am on 6pm over this weekend Saturday 4th & Sunday 4th October – see the work of over 40 artists in West Norwood at Parade Mews SW2 & Portico Gallery 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS. Free to browse.
Filed under Arts