Our local clock on St Luke’s tower, and key local landmark, is always set at just about 12 o’clock. There is a campaign to raise £37k to get this Vulliamy clock, dating back to 1827, working again.
Trusts have donated most of the money required and only another £8k is needed to start the works. To help get the clock working again please donate what you can through : https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stlukesclock
For more details on the history of the clock and restoration project see: http://synchronome.org.uk/stlukes.pdf
This Sunday, 18th of December, many of our local churches are holding a carol service: St Luke’s SE27 0HS 4pm , All Saints SE21 8JY 4pm , St Peters SW16 2SD 6.30pm, Chatsworth Baptist SE27 9HN 7pm and Emmanuel SE21 8BU 7pm .
Last chance to have a say on the Master Plan for West Norwood before its turned into a report this October. The report will outline plans for the future of shopping, housing and business in West Norwood town centre. Hundreds of people have already input to the Master plan – many online via https://westnorwoodandtulsehill.commonplace.is/
On Thursday October 6th at St Lukes Church SE27 0HS you can see the latest plans and speak to the team who have been working on the Master Plan for months.
There will be other opportunities – at West Norwood Feast on 22nd October and an exhibition in St Lukes Church from 3rd to 17th October.
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West Norwood cemetery
Over 750 buildings & places, not usually open to the public, are taking part in London’s 2016 Open House weekend .
In West Norwood on Saturday 17th September we have our own clock museum , Clockworks SE27 0JW & tours of the West Norwood cemetery SE27 9JU. Free entry . All welcome.
For more information on buildings & places open over the weekend in Lambeth (and the rest of London) see:
Inspired by flower tent at the Lambeth Country Show or Great British Bake Off?
It’s not too late to enter your flowers, fruits, vegetables, baking, jams or crafts for the late summer flower show in West Norwood next Saturday. For details of the competition categories see: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/19d0e046aa9ab96229468cb6d/files/LHS_schedule_late_summer_final_web_version_2016_1.pdf
Deadline for entries is 31st August to: email@example.com..
All welcome to view the exhibits on Saturday 3rd September between 2pm & 4.30pm at St Luke’s church, Knights Hill SE27 0HS
Cemetery tours every first Sunday
There are traces of Norwood’s past everywhere and a great way to find out more is to join a free history walk led by local experts. Every first Sunday of the month there is a guided tour of history of West Norwood Cemetery at 2.30pm http://www.fownc.org/. We can see Henry Tate’s gardens in May or September. There are tours of West Norwood & Upper Norwood in June, July & August. And if you are curious about the hidden river Effra put 11th and 25th September in your diary.
Details of these walks on our Events page