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Welcome to Norwood Forum

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
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for your community, for conversation, for activism, and for biscuits!

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Norwood Forum is run by local volunteers dedicated to supporting a sustainable, vibrant, and creative community by making a positive difference to the quality of life for the people who live, study, and work in Norwood.
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Brixton Neighbourhood Forum has sent a reminder of the forthcoming series of major events in Brockwell Park starting on Friday 24 May with Project 6, closely followed by the Wide Awake Festival on Saturday 25th, Cross The Tracks on Sunday 26th and City Splash on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May.  Brockwell Bounce on Wednesday 29th is advertised as a free family event, before another major music event, Mighty Hoopla, on Saturday and Sunday, 1st/2nd June. 

All Lambeth residents are invited to explore a vibrant array of organisations keen to offer fulfilling volunteer opportunities across our borough. Discover how you can make a meaningful impact while connecting with diverse communities and causes close to your heart. 

Details of the ClearCommunityWeb current digital programme in Lambeth are set out below.

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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