Cllr Jackie Meldrum with blue design for Knights Hill rail bridge
Hyperkit, a West Norwood business, has designed three large scale brightly coloured panels for the rail bridges at Tulse Hill, Knights Hill and Norwood High Street. The panels will be lit at night to provide a more welcoming environment around our stations.
This project is part of the nearly completed improvement scheme for West Norwood shopping area funded through the London Mayor’s Outer London Fund. Contact us for details.
Otter Trading opening soon
Otter Trading are taking over the shop premises at 17 Knights Hill SE27 0HS which have been vacant for many years. The shop will sell gifts & kitchenware with a cafe/bistro. Otter Trading has applied for a licence for music & to sell wine & beer up to 11pm although they plan to normally close by 7pm. Comments on the licence application due by Thursday 22nd May . See :
Come to the launch of a new community group of people living in Holderness Estate, Furneaux Avenue, Tivoli Road, Crowndale & Knights Hill area on
Saturday 29th March at 10.30am to 1pm in Hook Community Hub , Holderness Way SE27 0EN . Refreshments, bouncy castle, sports , crafts & more.
Bring a neighbour and your ideas – cooking workshops · school holiday activities · children’s drama · community gardens.
For details email: email@example.com
The Knights Hill ward Safer Neighbourhood Panel is meeting on Thursday 5th September.
If you have any concerns about local crime and anti-social behaviour that you would like your ward councillors to raise at the Panel please email Cllr Jane Pickard asap – firstname.lastname@example.org
( The ward covers the area bounded by Crown Lane, Crowndale, Elder Road, Norwood High Street, Norwood Road, Knollys Road & Leigham Court Road.)
For more information see:
Elorie has just opened Culdesac on the corner of Bloom Grove and Knights Hill SE27 0HY. Cakes & croissants baked on the premises. Great place to watch the world go by!
Usually open 8am to 5pm Mondays to Saturdays Tweet and follow @culdesaccoffee
Round Table Coffee House
The Round Table Coffee House has just opened at 50 Knight’s Hill SE27 0JD, close to the corner with Wolfington Rd . Tom, the manager, has laid on a selection of fanstastic cakes served with coffee (roasted the Milanese way).
Open 7am to 6pm weekdays 9am to 6pm Saturday and 10a to 6pm Sundays.
Cllr Pickard at West Norwood Firestation
West Norwood Fire Station will be moving in autumn 2014 to a new building under construction at 210 Knights Hill SE27 0JD. The current building at 445 Norwood Road SE27 9DQ is now up for sale by agents Dron & Wright. The site is 1,000 sq meters over 0.15 hectares and has already attracted interest from hoteliers & retailers. The Fire Station will continue to operate from Norwood Road until the move to Knights Hill.
Derelict site at 17 Knights Hill
Antic are looking for an alternative and larger building to house one of their boutique style pubs in West Norwood. The site next to Emmaus at 17 Knights Hill turned out not to be suitable and has been sold on.
Suggestions for new sites are welcome – see http://www.knowlesofnorwood.com/
The Horns Tavern, the oldest pub in West Norwood, is taking part in the Macmillan coffee morning on Friday 28th September from 9am.
Alison has a warm welcomes for everyone dropping by, on your own or with friends, to enjoy a tea or coffee & cakes at The Horns Tavern, 40 Knights Hill SE27 0JD opposite West Norwood station This is a great opportunity to help fundraise for Macmillan Cancer Support. Last year 51,000 people across the UK raised over £10million for Macmillan on the world’s biggest coffee morning.
Work is due to start in the autumn to create a new green 20 mph calming zone west of Knight’s Hill and Norwood Road. This scheme is a unique approach to traffic calming and will include 85 new street trees. Some of the trees will be planted in tree pits in the road and others in the pavement.
Tree in a road tree pit
The scheme has been developed following a campaign by local residents to expand the existing 20mph zone around Cheviot Road and tackle rat running and speeding to and from Leigham Court Road. A series of consultation activities followed an initial resident’s workshop in 2010. The necessary statutory notices have already gone out and fuller details of the scheme will be available soon with more opportunities to comment.
A group of residents are talking to Lambeth council’s tree experts about the types of street trees that would best suit the area. To get involved in these discussions please email the group at: email@example.com