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NEW VENUE FOR OUR ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING TOMORROW - Saturday 13 July 2024
The Old Library has a major water leak so its not possible for us to run our meeting there, so we have a new venue:
THE PORTICO (formerly Portico Gallery), 23B Knights Hill, Norwood, London SE27 0HS
Be in the loop by coming along tomorrow to The Portico ...
for your community, for conversation, for activism, and for biscuits!

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News

Further to our earlier stories, a reminder that from Monday 15 April, black bin rubbish collections will take place every two weeks. The final weekly collection will be in the week commencing 8 April. Your green recycling bin, food waste bin and garden waste bag (if you subscribe to the garden waste service) will still be emptied every week

Be part of the shift to a healthier and greener borough with the opportunities below. 

High Trees in partnership with Lambeth Council has launched a new grants and capacity building support programme for Tulse Hill organisations to set up or scale health and wellbeing activities for local residents.

Streetworks Update

About StreetWorks

StreetWorks is a unique community-led project to improve Norwood and Tulse Hill.  The project is funded by Transport for London and supported by officers at Lambeth Council. The Norwood Forum, the Tulse Hill Forum, local councillors and community groups are working together with residents, businesses, schools and road users to design a better space, remove the one-way system at Tulse Hill and provide training and support for future local projects.

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