CHURCH PUTS IN REVISED PLANNING APPLICATION FOR FORMER CINEMA BUILDING / CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET / NO TRAIN OR OVERGROUND SERVICES FROM CRYSTAL PALACE STATION THIS SUNDAY (November 30th) / PALACE FIRE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED / AUTHOR EVENT
CHURCH PUTS IN REVISED PLANNING APPLICATION FOR FORMER CINEMA BUILDING
CAMPAIGNERS wanting to bring a cinema back to Crystal Palace have postponed plans to be outside Sainsbury’s tomorrow ( Saturday)..
News From Crystal Palace understands that KICC – the church which bought 25 Church Road back in 2009 -HAVE put in a new planning application for the building but that it has yet to be validated by Bromley council.
CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET
It’s very nearly December, so it’s officially OK to mention the C word. We’ve got three special Christmas markets planned, as well as lots of goodies available to pre-order from our stalls. Plan ahead and save your sanity!
Christmas Markets: 6 December, 13 December, 20 December.
bottom of Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. Saturdays 10 am to 3 pm.
Now on two sites – the normal Antenna car park site and also in the Haynes Lane market courtyard.
“Meat, vegetables, fruit, eggs, honey, bread, cakes, salads, hot foods, the Cafe Thing, coffee, tea, pastries, cheese, dairy and munch munch more.”
West Norwood Food bank collection: every week at the market. Their shopping list – which changes every so often. – can be found at
Haynes Lane Courtyard
Wine, veg, fruit, eggs, store cupboard refills, cleaning product refills, raw, vegan, salads, juices, bread, pastries, organic beauty products & CP calendar.
Le Grappin: Refillable wine, or get a two bottle ‘bagnum’.
Crystal Palace Primary School Campaign: Come along, meet some of the team & ask your questions.
Raw/vegan/super good for you from Love Bites: Lunch – Asian noodles, raw burgers, bunny chow vegan chilli, scrambled ‘egg’ with salsa. Drinks – shots, wheatgrass juice. Extras – maybe kimchi/kraut, samples of pumpkin lucuma fudge (available to preorder alongside the torte)
Store cupboard refills from The Grain Grocer: Apricots are back in stock, following the harvest. New in this week lucuma and acai powders. Plus, of course, their new, reusable, drawstring fabric bags. £1 each. If you use your own bag you get 5% off the contents. A bargain & eco friendly too.
Neals Yard Organic Remedies: Wrapped gifts & boxed sets – get ahead on your present shopping and feel good!
The Unofficial Crystal Palace Calendar: Funny stories, a certain famous lost cat, local faces… the Palace calendar for palace people. They’ll be sharing a stall with Sarina.
Brambletye has moved to the courtyard: Need your fix of apple juice, orchard eggs or biodynamic veg? Find Brambletye in their new permanent home in the courtyard.
Chas & Momo: Bread, brioche, baguettes, (ludicrously good) brownies, and other baked tings.
Antenna Car Park
Fruit, veg, fish, meat, cheese, eggs, hot lunch, deli, milk, cakes, gifts, coffee, gluten free.
Story telling for kids: Add a little magic to your day with The Man from Story Mountain’s ‘Tales That Made Our World’ Suggested donation: £1. 11am, 12.00, 1pm and 2pm
Kids – paint your own Christmas decorations: Beth from Handmade Palace has made pretty ceramic christmas shapes for the kids to paint. From £2.
Hot lunch from Cheese Raclette: Traditional food of the Alps, particularly appreciated in cold weather! Big half rounds of cheese are melted under a raclette grill, with the top layer the scraped and spread over a choice of news potatoes, bread or sweet potatoes. Served with pickles.
Hot lunch from Ate Street Food: Mix and match 3 vegetarian choices and 3 for the meat lovers. Meat – Pulled pork, pulled lamb, braised ox cheek. Veg – broccoli & feta fritter, grilled paneer, quinoa & cannellini bean burger. Each one has its own toppings & accompaniments.
Fish – boat news: Dan says “Great weather this week perfect for bass fishing, once again all our bass are a very very good size with most above 2kg each so large fish are available to order. We have a small amount of by catch when fishing in this targeted way and these are mostly gurnard, grey mullet and squid so these will be available this week. The boat has been out most nights this week so there’s plenty about. You can track the boat on www.marinetraffic.com just look for us NN733” See below for what’s on the slab.
Gluten free/dairy free/yeast free from Elvira’s Secret Pantry: Cakes: carrot, nutty brownie, lemon polenta, courgette, spiced pumpkin. Savouries: spinach & leek tart, mushroom tart, mixed vegetable tart, tomato & olive tart. Sundried tomato & olive bread. Vegan options available.
Handmade Palace: Visit us this week for your locally made art, crafts, gifts and greetings cards. We have ceramics, vintage inspired hats, baby gifts, prints, wine cork boards, crochet work, jewellery, mugs, treats for your dog and more. We are also running a ceramic Christmas decoration painting activity for the kids!
Meat of the week: 20% off Romney lamb shoulder – pasture-fed biodynamic lamb. Jayne is now taking orders for Christmas birds. Biodynamic turkeys (Hungary Lane) and free-range turkeys, geese, capons, ducks and chickens (Chris Pinnard). All birds are slow raised for the best flavour and welfare standards possible, click here for full details.
Patchwork Farm: Jerusalem artichokes, market salad, herbs, pumpkins, fennel tops. All grown in SE19 & nearby. Want to get involved? Join the facebook group to find out about growing, land shares and becoming a ‘Friday Farmer’.
Fish – on the slab: Fresh… rainbow trout cleaned £3.75 each, NN733 whole grey mullet £7.95kg, sea bass fillets £3.50 each or 3 for a tenner, NN733 caught whole sea bass – various sizes £15-19kg, NN733 whole gurnard £8.50kg, local squid (Eastbourne) £1.70/100g, organic salmon fillet £4 steaks, sushi quality tuna loin £3.20/100g, large plaice fillets £1.45/100g, whole fresh mackerel £7.50kg, Scottish salmon fillet £19kg, monkfish goujons £2.30/100g. Shellfish… Cornish rock oysters £1.20 each or 6 for £7, freshly cut scallops £3.90/100g, Cornish mussels £6kg, large black tiger prawns £2 each, small tiger prawns £2.20/100g, langoustines £2.55/100g. Plus plenty of smoked and ready to eat bits including dressed crabs and lovely whole crabs.
Fish – orders: Place an order or make a special request by phone on 01342 822 906, by email on [email protected] or on Twitter @FishmongersFR. Want a good fish recipe?
Fruit & veg from Brockmans: Jason (who misses Palace enormously, and will be back soon) tells me the star of tomorrow’s show is chiramoya, aka custard apple. Apparently it tastes just like custard and apple! Also, they’ve got tons of avocados in, so will be selling them for the special price of £1 each. Baking spuds, special price £1.30kg. Tons of kale in, and hopefully some red/purple brussel sprouts. As well as all the usuals.
Imogeni: Homemade jams, jellies & pickles.
Cakes from Brett & Bailey: Mega cake update from Joe “You’ll find us feeling festive at this Saturday’s B&B stall! We’ll be bringing along our luxury Christmas puddings, made with figs, cranberries and pedro ximénez sherry; a choice of luxury Christmas cakes, topped with either marzipan and royal icing or a 70% dark chocolate slab with glazed nuts and fruit; and plenty of our moreish stollen swirls. We’ll also have the return of our chestnut cheesecake, topped with cranberry maple syrup; an indulgent chocolate and clementine cake; some peanut butter bars with thick milk chocolate ganache; a basket chock-a-block with our fine dark chocolate brownies; and the return of everyone’s favourite B&B cookie – mint choc chip. Elsewhere we’ll have double carrot cake, coffee and Brazil nut cake, apple and salted caramel cake, jams aplenty, and a tray or two of sticky buns. Finally, roll up for a taste of our brand new cranberry compote – made with clementines and plenty of Cointreau, it’s a perfect companion for your Sunday roast.”
Brambletye has moved to the courtyard: Need your fix of apple juice, eggs or veg? Find Brambletye in the courtyard, next to Chas’s bread, The Grain Grocer’s storecupboard refills, Love Bites and their organic vegan soup, salad, juices & munchies and our regular alcohol pitch.
West Norwood Food bank collection: every week at the market. This is their shopping list – which changes every so often. Thank you to everyone who has donated – 182 kgs so far!
Good stuff in Palace
Donate a Christmas present or donate your time: Donate a gift to someone less fortunate, or donate your time sorting & wrapping the presents. Volunteers needed this Monday & Tuesday 9:30am – 12:30pm at the Salvation Army. https://www.facebook.com/SAChristmasToyFoodAppeal
CP Salvation Army Christmas dinner: If you or someone you know would benefit from being with other people on Christmas day or if you would like to volunteer your help please get in touch. Thank you.
Lorraine Kinnear on 07522805197 or [email protected]
FREE internet courses: The Upper Norwood Library Trust are running free courses for people who are new to the internet and would like some help. Want to know how to cut the cost of heating bills, or know someone who wants a job but doesn’t know how to put a CV together? Sign up at the library.
Local drop in centre: New Tuesday drop in with new group We Love Services. They are looking to raise £500 within 30 days to feed families in our local community – those who are facing poverty, who are feeling isolated and in need of a helping hand.
Want to see how your recycling is processed? Lambeth residents have the opportunity to see the full process from the recycling being delivered, sorted by hand and machine, to it being baled and sent for reprocessing. The tour is on Monday 8 December at 10.30am on Smugglers Way in Wandsworth, SW18 1JS. Places are limited, so please email to book yours.
Local event: Upcycled Christmas wreath making workshop with Untapped. All abilities welcome! If you bought a workshop as your gift for donating to crowd funding last year you are entitled to come for free or of course do come along to a session for the bargain price of £15. Mondays 1st and 8th Dec. 7.30pm-9pm. To book a place contact [email protected]
Ceramic Painting with Beth Mander Christmas decorations for the kids to paint and take home. £2
The Man from Story Mountain Stories for kids
Le Grappin Wine HAYNES LANE COURTYARD
Crystal Palace Primary School Campaign Find out more HAYNES LANE COURTYARD
Unofficial Crystal Palace Calendar Featuring Seymour + lots of other local stories HAYNES LANE COURTYARD
Neals Yard Organic Remedies Beauty products HAYNES LANE COURTYARD
Handmade Palace Locally made arts & crafts
Buskers Paradise Live music in the market thanks to Steve Broe
NO TRAIN OR OVERGROUND SERVICES FROM CRYSTAL PALACE STATION THIS SUNDAY (November 30th)
There are NO train or Overground services from Crystal Palace station this Sunday (November 30th).
SOUTHERN: Engineering work is taking place between Streatham Hill and Norwood Junction with all lines closed.
Buses replace trains between Balham and West Croydon via Crystal Palace.
The London Victoria to Caterham services will run between Purley and Caterham.
Amended services between South Bermondsey and Tattenham Corner / East Croydon are diverted between Tulse Hill and East Croydon via Selhurst.
For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner
No service between Sydenham and Crystal Palace
ADVANCE WARNING: NO OVERGROUND SERVICES Saturday December 27th / Sunday December 28th at Crystal Palace station serving Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction / Crystal Palace / West Croydon
PALACE FIRE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED
The anniversary of the Crystal Palace fire is being celebrated this Sunday ( 30th November) from 6.30 pm to 8 pm at The Paradou café on Crystal Palace Parade (corner of Farquhar Road).
Author Christopher Bowden will be at Upper Norwood library, Werstow Hill on Saturday 13th December from 2pm to 3.30pm to talk about his back-catalogue of work, which includes The Blue Book, The Red House and The Yellow Room. Christopher will also be discussing his latest title, The Green Door.