Love Norbury is to host another meeting to discuss the Council’s financial position. Our local councillors will be present as will the Deputy Leader of the Council.
Date: 10 March 2021
All SERA members are encouraged to attend. For further information including how to join the meeting, visit the Love Norbury website.
You will be unsurprised in the current circumstances to read that this event has been postponed. We will try to rearrange for later in the year. In the meantime stay safe everyone.
This year’s popular barn dance takes place on Saturday 4 April, 2020. As usual, the dancing will be led by the brilliant Fiddlestix band and food will be supplied by Frydays. Tickets or more information available from Ian Clarke on 0771 267 2546 or email email@example.com.
SERA has set up a new Facebook page. In FB, search for “SERA – The Scots Estate Norbury Resident’s Association” and Like. Thanks!
The next SERA coffee morning takes place at the Norbury Pub, on Wednesday 14th August between 10.30am and 12.30pm.
This is a new venue but the aim remains the same – to bring local people together for a chat over a cuppa and slice of cake. Free entry – all welcome.
The Norbury Pub is located at 1300 London Rd. We thank Donal, Cindy and the team for hosting us.
The SERA AGM and 10th Anniversary picnic was a great success. The strong winds limited the games but we still managed some tennis, table tennis, croquet and a tug of war challenge against the Tennis Club. We thank Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club for its hospitality and Norbury Councillors Shafi Khan and Leila Ben-Hassel for their support. Too much fun to wait another 10 years… next year anyone?
Main picture – (some of) the SERA Committee standing in front of the honours board showing winners from across the 130 years the tennis club has been going!
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!