Every year the council asks residents what they think about our local parks. During 2020 lockdown and social distancing parks have been the best place for exercise, relaxation and the place to meet friends and family.
Our local parks include: Knights Hill Wood, Norwood Park, St Luke’s church, Streatham Common and Tivoli Park.
To have a say and suggest improvements to your favourite local park please fill in this quick survey by Saturday 31st October:
Join the carol singing at the playground by the Christmas tree on Streatham Common 7.30pm Wednesday 11th December. All welcome. Organised by Friends of Streatham Common who are holding their Christmas Party at the Pied Bull pub on 498 Streatham High Road SW16 3QB. Join at the door – membership £6 per year. For more information see http://streathamcommon.org/contact
Friends of Streatham Common are supporting a new organisation of local people who are aiming to manage the Common and the Rookery : Streatham Common Co-operative . For details see : http://www.sccoop.org.uk/
Cllr Jane Pickard in Tivoli Park
West Norwood has some lovely local parks -Norwood Park, Tivoli Park, Streatham Common and Brockwell Park. The council is looking at new ways of managing all the parks in Lambeth. To have your say about the future of our local parks you can fill in a survey online .
Or come to a local event on Thursday 19th September 2pm to 4pm in The Old Library at 16 Knights Hill SE27 0HY (just up from the West Norwood Post Office)
For more details see www.lambeth.gov.uk/cooperativeparks
A carnival with something for everyone: a giant elephant, samba, hockey heroes & more on Saturday 13th June !
The carnival procession leaves Streatham Common by the Greyhound pub SW16 5NJ at 10.30am and down greyhound Lane and then from 12noon in Streatham Vale by Sherwood Avenue SW16 5SG and then on to Streatham Common to join the Streatham Festival in the afternoon.
Don’t miss a giant robot & mechanical elephant walking together.
For more information see http://www.laneandvale.org.uk/carnival/ and http://www.streathamfestival.com/
Sunday 16th June 2013 from 11am to 5pm is the fifteenth Streatham Common Kite Day. Bring your own kite and look out for:
- Brighton Kite Fliers – with their large display kites
- Team Spectrum – with their sensational kite displays to music
- Cascade Kite Displays – Kevin and Janet and their large display kites
Food and other non-kite activities will include:
- Streatham Festival & Streatham Action stall
- Ishmael’s Mother – original Asian cooking
- FoodBums – vegetarian chilli
- Hog roast
- Real coffee stall
- Pancakes, burgers, hot dogs and ice cream
- A bouncy castle
- Face painting
The Lambeth Sustainable Travel team are providing a free Dr Bike service – bring your bike for a free bike fix and have a chat about travel options.
For details see: http://www.streathamkiteday.org.uk/