We are holding another of our popular tea and coffee mornings on Wednesday 23rd August. The event takes place at St.Stephen’s Church Hall, 9 Warwick Road, CR7 7NH at 10-30 – 12.30. Map here. Entrance is free with a small charge for drinks and the delicious home-made cake. Members and non-members welcome.
Come along and get to know your neighbours.
There will be a SERA Committee Meeting on Wednesday 19 July at 7.30pm.
It is taking place at Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club, 55a Ederline Avenue, Norbury.
If you’d like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Following on from the success of November’s clean up day, Love Norbury are already planning the next one. It will take place on 11 March 2017.
Do come along and get stuck in with helping keep Norbury tidy. The more volunteers, the more will get done.
For those who are coming to help with Big Norbury Clean Up this Saturday, thank you for caring about Norbury! Here is what you need to know.
Why are we doing this?
We all need to look after our neighbourhood. It is proven that when an area is clean, people are less likely to drop litter. By holding a big clean up we will be setting an example to others. We also aim to educate people – we will be speaking to and handing out information leaflets to residents, visitors and shop owners. All helpers are most welcome!
What will we be doing?
Concentrating on the London Rd (including side roads depending on the number of helpers we get) we will be picking and sweeping up litter and scraping off stickers from lamp posts etc.
What area will we be covering?
The SERA patch is between Barclays Bank (corner of Norbury Crescent) and the corner of Ederline Ave. (Ederline Avenue to Strathyre Avenue is being covered by the Norbury Muslim Centre and PHRA).
What do I need to bring?
Just wrap up warm. All equipment such as gloves, brushes, bags, scrapers and sprays will be provided. Hot drinks and cake will be provided to keep us going.
Registration starts from 10.30am outside the Norbury & Edge, 1300 London Road. We will finish at 2pm – 2.30pm when the Council will be taking all the bags of rubbish away. You can start and finish at any time – we will be easy to spot!
Who is organising it?
It is organised by the Love Norbury team working in partnership with Croydon Council and with help from the Norbury Muslim Centre.
We hope to see you on Saturday!
Made in Croydon will be celebrating all things designed and produced in Croydon borough through three pop up markets. The details are as follows:
– Friday 25th November, Box Park Croydon
– Saturday 10th December, Box Park Croydon
– Saturday 17th December, Centrale Croydon
If there are any artists or craftspeople interested in participating in these markets please get in touch with at email@example.com
Norbury Police are holding a Community Safety Awareness Day on Saturday 29th October 2016 at St Oswald’s Church Hall, St Oswald’s Road SW16 3SB between 11am – 2pm.
Activities and information include:
- Crime Prevention Advice from our local Safer Neighbourhood Police Team
- Fire Safety Advice from our local Fire Officers
- London Wildlife Trust – future events in Biggin Woods
- Information about Neighbourhood Watch
- Advice about Recycling & Reusing
- ‘How to Save Energy’ from npower
- Refreshments Available – have a chat & a cuppa
All are welcome to talk to the Police, Council and specialist groups.
Please click here for further details.
This fun, annual event takes place on Sunday 6th November.
As usual, members of SERA and our sister residents’ associations will be gathering on the London Road to cheer the drivers on.
The first drivers should reach Norbury by around 7.30am.
Wrap up warm and come and join us!
Find out more at www.veterancarrun.com
A Fireworks display will be held at Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club on Friday 4 November at 7pm.
Admission costs are £2 per adult and children get in for just £1, making it the best value organised display in south London!
The address of the club is Address the rear of 55 Ederline Avenue, Norbury, London, SW16 4RZ
Following the success of the 80s Night earlier this year, the Love Norbury committee is organising a Retro Night with hits from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. It will take place at the Norbury Pub on Friday 14 October, 2016, 7.30pm until late. Tickets are now on sale. We hope to see you there!