SGN, who are London’s gas supplier, will be closing Ullswater Road SE27 0AL for 11 weeks starting from Monday 11th January to 28th March.
West Norwood’s main shopping street, Norwood Road, had extensive roadworks by Thames Water for water mains replacement May 2019-July 2020. Electricity and gas works infrastructure works are expected to take less time and complete in 2021. Norwood Road in West Norwood is then scheduled for resurfacing.
In the meantime please support our local businesses : https://stationtostation.london/directory/
There will be over 45 stalls at the West Norwood Christmas markets this Saturday 12th Dec 11am to 3pm. Visit the stalls centred around Norwood High St beside St Luke’s church SE27 0DT. There’s something for everyone!
And of course our local shops are open too . Check out the fantastic range of retailers in West Norwood town centre in this business directory:
Social distancing is key to tackling the coronavirus pandemic. Do you want to see staff wearing face coverings in shops, pubs and restaurants in West Norwood?
Please complete this quick survey to let our local businesses know what local people think about staff who are meeting customers face to face.
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:
Also see: https://www.facebook.com/StationtoStationWNandTH
Our local shops are re-opening after lockdown – with social distancing . To keep West Norwood town centre thriving let’s all make our local shops our first choice!
We have a fantastic range of retailers and services in West Norwood – have a look at the business directory online and see what’s on offer.
Ben from WN Free film festival
Back for its 3rd year is the West Norwood Free Film Festival at various venues around the town centre .
Run by volunteers there is a different film shown every evening ( except Good Friday 26/4) in venues across West Norwood. For the programme and bookings: https://www.freefilmfestivals.org/filmfestival/west-norwood/
If you missed the shorts shown at Picturehouse on Sunday you can see online “Suburban Week-end” a film of West Norwood in 1949 :
The Free Film Festival finale will be Spiderman: Into the Spider-verse shown outside the West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre on Saturday 27th April at sunset.
The festival is sponsored by local businesses: BonVelo, Stapleton Long, O Girasol and Station to Station