Great work from SERA and NPRA in cleaning up the alleyway leading to the railway footbridge in Norbury Crescent (also over the other side to Norbury Avenue). Thanks also to our local Councillors Shafi Khan and Leila Ben-Hassel for helping.
A couple of clean ups for your diary on Sunday 12th May.
Firstly, the Friends of Norbury Hall Park will be cleaning up ‘Squirrel Park’. Meet by the large Craignish Avenue gate at 10.00 or find us in the park. Or for those more green-fingered types, you are welcome to join our gardening group in tidying up our lovely borders. (Just bring a pair of gardening gloves and a trowel).
Then at midday, SERA, Norbury Park Residents’ Association and Manor Farm Nature Space are joining force to organise a clean up of the Norbury Crescent and Manor Farm Rd areas, including the Manor Farm nature space itself.
- Alleyway leading to the railway footbridge in Norbury Crescent
- Manor Farm Nature Space – corner Manor Farm Rd/Norbury Avenue.
All clean up materials supplied – just bring a smile and your community-minded spirit!
Our popular annual barn dance takes place on Saturday 13 April. Always a fun evening – please book your tickets in advance.
Free entry – come along for a chat with your neighbours over a cuppa and a slice of cake. 10.30 – 12.30 @ St.Stephen’s Church Hall, Warwick Rd.
Welcome to the website for the Scots Estate Norbury Residents’ Association.
SERA represents the residents of South East Norbury, between Norbury Crescent, Strathyre Avenue and London Rd, SW16. You can read more about us here.
Please consider becoming a member of SERA – it is only £5 per year and your membership helps us to carry out vital work to make Norbury an even better place to live.
We will update this site regularly with news and information about events in the SERA area.
If you have any questions, or comments, please feel free to contact us.