• Norwood Forum


One Minute's Silence

Tuesday 28 April, 11am

A minute's silence will be held across the UK later to commemorate the key workers who have died with Coronavirus.
More than 100 NHS and care staff have died with the virus, as have many transport and other key workers.
More on this story here: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52450138

Reporting Phishing

Public urged to flag coronavirus related email scams as online security campaign launches.

A 'Cyber Aware' campaign and other services have been launched to combat cyber security threats. The really good news is that instead of wading through the Action Fraud reporting process, all you have to do is email the details to: report@phishing.gov.uk.

West Norwood Community Shop

Where: Vale Street (behind the (currently closed) Lambeth Reuse and Recycling Centre, London SE27 9PA
Opening times: Monday to Friday 09:00 – 15:45, excluding weekends and bank holidays.


Specific stay home advice for Ramadan has been published by Public Health England for those observing Ramadan: how to protect themselves, others and the NHS, by adhering to social distancing and finding new ways to worship, bring communities together and staying safe. Information about fasting safely is also provided.

Promotion for local businesses

Lambeth Country Show has written (14 April) to offer help in promoting local businesses:

“As we’re all aware, this is a trying time for most businesses and we at the Lambeth Country show would like to help in any way we can.
We’ve created a very simple form for you to fill out so that we can help promote your business through these difficult times.

Lock-down Diaries

The Lock-down Diaries is a Lambeth Archives project to collect local people’s experiences of the Corona virus epidemic in Lambeth. The project is to encourage people living in the borough to start keeping, and then to send to the Archives, copies of diaries documenting their lives right now.