Cllr Winifred by our pool
West Norwood Leisure Centre is back with a wide range of activities: gym, swimming, classes. Every activity has to be booked to keep us safe with social distancing .
Children’s swimming lessons start again in September.
Opening hours are now 6.30am to 9pm Mon- Wed; 6.30am to 8.30pm Thurs-Fri; and 8am to 5.30pm weekends.
To book its easiest to use the Better GLL app: https://www.better.org.uk/news/download-the-better-uk-app
Or try the web site: https://www.better.org.uk/leisure-centre/london/lambeth/west-norwood-health-and-leisure-centre
If you are not online drop by the leisure centre in Devane Way off Knights Hill SE27 0DF (opposite West Norwood train station ) and the staff at reception will book you in.
To check the social distancing rules see: attached (pdf file)
How would you like to see West Norwood in 5 to 10 years time? The council is updating its Masterplan for the West Norwood & Tulse Hill town centre area.
The Masterplan will be a guide for new developments in businesses, homes and services.
Drop in to the West Norwood Leisure Centre in Devane Way SE27 0DF ( opposite West Norwood train station) on Thursday 7th July between 4pm and 8pm. See the ideas from the first set of Masterplan consultation events and meet the people working on the Masterplan project.
In the meantime, until Monday 1st August, you can input suggestions by
See our earlier posts: 6/4/16 and 17/5/16
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Cllr Jackie Meldrum with petitions
The great news is that West Norwood Leisure Centre is opening its doors on 28th July 2014!
The project has a long history. It only became a real possibility once residents & local Labour councillors started campaigning with MP Tessa Jowell in 2008 for West Norwood to have its own leisure centre.
Jackie Meldrum, pictured with just some of the petition from residents, said “It was the tremendous support from local people that led Labour-run Lambeth council and Lambeth NHS to get together and build a joint Health & Leisure Centre. By working together we are making West Norwood a wonderful place to live. ”
Vociferous opposition to the project came from the local Conservative party whose leading members still remain opposed to the Health & Leisure Centre.
The Leisure Centre is on Devane Way SE27 0DF, opposite the Knights Hill entrance to West Norwood train station . It has a 6-lane 25m swimming pool, a 100-station gym and a dance studio/ group exercise room. Health services are due open in September.
For details of activities at the Leisure Centre see: