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Station to station graphicOur 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.

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Free films in April

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 :

https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-suburban-week-end-1950-online

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

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Local copy shop in marathon challenge

West Norwood’s own copy shop is a social enterprise charity run by SRA at 45 Knights Hill SE27 0HS. Check out their prices for invitations, business cards and flyers.

SRA have entered a  team of 10 staff & friends aged from 18 to 72 in the Big Half Marathon on Sunday 4thMarch aiming to raise £2,000 to support local people with mental health problems. All donations very welcome at:   https://mydonate.bt.com/events/srabighalf2018/455551

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