A HISTORY OF NORBURY Join local historian, David Clark for another of his fascinating talks on the history of where we live. TUESDAY MARCH 1ST, NORBURY LIBRARY, 11am. Advertisements
WE’VE been waiting and waiting for the go-ahead of this eagerly anticipated new pub for Norbury. Here’s an update: The Antic Pub group has re-submitted its planning application to turn Norbury Mews on Norbury Crescent into a pub with restaurant and function room. The original application had strong support from local residents. The JPC still has… Read More The latest on the Antic pub
NORBURY PARK, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20th Have your say on this important local space, and it’s a chance to find out about the Council’s proposed BMX track, which a lot of residents are opposed to. From 11am. Enlarge screen to view the leaflet that will be handed out tomorrow.
WELL done Croydon Council! A lot more needs to be done to keep our streets clean, and it is a constant struggle, but it is also up to those residents and businesses who continue to flout the law, and to show responsibility and think about what they are doing. There’s simply no excuse for flytipping, and… Read More Council get tough with businesses over flytipping
BMX Track in Norbury Park A PREVIOUS meeting of the Planning Committee had agreed to defer approving the controversial proposal for a BMX track in Norbury Park to enable further consultation, as suggested to it by the JPC. The Council has organised a community event on Saturday 20 February (11am-4pm) in the Park to enable people… Read More BMX Track in Norbury Park/community day – Feb’ 20th
A HISTORY OF NORBURY Join local historian, David Clark for another of his fascinating talks on the history of where we live. TUESDAY MARCH 1ST, NORBURY LIBRARY, 11am.
THERE will be a screening of the film, The Choir, at St Philips Church, this Saturday (February 13th). The movie stars Dustin Hoffman, Cathy Bates and Eddie Izzard. Refreshments available from 7pm, with a film start time of 7.30pm. For full details go to: http://www.stphilipsnorbury.org or telephone 020 3532 8674 St Philip’s Church, Norbury Beech Road… Read More Join the Choir – Film Night, this Saturday!