MR AUBIN’S SCHOOL – AND 900 CHILDREN BURIED AT ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Stephen Oxford has been researching both the churchyard of All Saints, Upper Norwood and of Mr Aubin’s School that stood in the ‘Triangle’. The research has uncovered that 900 children lie in All Saint’s churchyard.
At Norwood Society’s next local history meeting Stephen will tell the story of some of those children and their pauper families. We hope to see you all at 7.30 pm on Thursday 17th November at the Upper Norwood Library, Westow Hill, SE19 1TJ.
There will be refreshments and although there is no charge for entry organisers hope people will give a generous donation so they can reach their target of at least £3 per head.
“We are now paying an increased rent to the Library for the Trust has to generate an income to ensure the Library continues to serve the Norwood community” said a spokesperson.
“The Library contains a wealth of local history material on Norwood and at the December social evening we will talk about this and the exciting project that we have for the New Year. “In this we intend to include as many of you as are interested.”
CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET
Guest lunch – Nosh Paul tells me the special this week is chilli con carne and rice. Plus burgers & fish finger sandwiches.
London Smoke & Cure: Smoked salmon
Smokery – London Smoke & Cure Ross says “It struck me again yesterday, as it does often, what an exceptional resource the market offers us every week, right here on our doorstep. For me there are so many things that I love about the market – the customers, the produce, the organisers, the atmosphere. This week I’m getting down with knowing that the market represents the very best of our freedoms, helps us realise the humanity and kindness within us all, helps our community live in happiness. [awwww!] Our market is the best! Come on down to meet great people selling honest produce at honest prices. And, if amongst all that quality you fancy yourself something salty or smokey, then read on my dear friend…
This week from your local smokery, a celebration for the taste buds – The best smoked salmon in London – Its a certainly a bold claim but we sure do believe in our sashimi-grade produce. Try it before you buy it; Hot smoked duck and chicken. Mmmm. Mmmmn; Gorgeous high grade smoked butter; whole bunch of yummy,delicately smoked cheese. All served with a smile, some good chat, and backed-up by the original wheelbarrow soundsystem.
Also coming up I’m absolutely chuffed to be partnering up with the lovely Rachel de Thample for one of her amazing Market Table events. I think there’s just one or two spaces left – it’s going to be a real blast and full of the most amazing produce and recipes. You should come.
Discounts on all large Christmas offers ordered before December 13th. Ask for details. Our last open house tour before Christmas will be on Sunday 11th December. For those already signed up I’ll be in contact.”
Olive oils & more – Elia This week George will also have jars of hand picked oregano.
Preserves – Bickerton’s Andrew says “Well we have return of both the Blackberry and the Blueberry fruit vinegars for the first time this year in time for Christmas. We also have the start of our Christmas offer with any three items for just £11 (excludes the Chilli Oils). Our range of gift sets will also be available.”
Guest stalls this week – courtyard site
Cheese & cured meats – Capo Caccia Antonio is bringing us “unpasteurised honey, Sardinian pasta, pane carasau, pancetta, fennel salami, wild boar salami, organic saffron pecorino, cow’s milk peretta.”
Mediterranean – Hellas Farm Ready to eat beans, oils and more. Their fasolada (haricot beans in tomato sauce) is particularly delicious.
Clarkshaws: Free beer, yes really
Beer – Clarkshaws Brewery Lucy says “This week we’re giving a free bottle of Phoenix Rising ruby session ale with every purchase while stocks last.”
Wine – Wine Scouts Pedro’s ode to wine this week goes like this “This Saturday I’m opening – Le P’tit Blanc du Clos du Tue-Bœuf, from the Loire Valley in France. An organic Sauvignon Blanc, from mostly young vines. Careful vineyard work and selection, coupled with natural vinification give this wine aromatic complexity and depth. This wine evolves quite a bit from citrus-driven early moments, to more subtle oxidative notes and quince aromas, and growing weight over course of a day or two. Thierry and Jean-Marie Puzelat—brothers—are natural wine royalty. They are making some of the Loire’s most interesting wines and are at the heart of the natural wine movement.”
Weekly stalls – courtyard site
The Store Cupboard: They now sell tea to drink there or loose leaf to take home
Storecupboard refills – The Store Cupboard Sarah says “We have some old favourites and some potential new ones in stock at The Store Cupboard this week. Back in stock are Organic Crushed Chilli Flakes, Natural Dark Tahini and Coconut Palm Sugar as well as Fine Ground Pink Himalayan Salt. New goodies includeClearspring’s Organic Unpasteurised Brown Rice Miso [add finely sliced or grated onion, carrot and greens for a tasty and nutritious homemade Cuppa Soup] and Biona Organic Pear and Apple Spread – made from 100% fruit it’s a deliciously dark and treacly treat that’s a great alternative to sugar laden jams for the kids.
Recipe of the Week: A vegan dish from the wonderfully creative Rachel de Thample for you to try this week.’ On The Road to Eritrea’ is a rich, spicy dahl to help keep out the winter chill. Serve with brown rice, spelt or bulghur & steamed kale for a hearty main course. We have a pretty impressive range of herbs and spices in store [all organic of course] so you’ll find everything you need to make this week’s recipe on our shelves.
And don’t forget we’re now serving a wide range of hot takeaway teas at the stall – green, black and herbal. Take your pick, mix and match, try out new flavours.” For more updates, like them on Facebook or follow them on twitter.
Bread & patisserie – Claude’s Boulangerie and Patisserie
Collectables market – our neighbour market Haynes Lane Market, a treasure trove of collectables.
Weekly stalls – Antenna Cafe site
Comfort & Joy: Lunch
Lunch – Comfort & Joy Deli stall selling salads, pies, wraps (hot or cold), pies, thai chicken curry from Andrea.
Lunch – Meru Galettes Gabriel says “Our special galette continues with leeks, garlic and thyme Mushrooms, emmental cheese. Fresh chives and our homemade with love chilli. Got a new raclette cheese for the “into the wild” which is going to be even more yummy.
Also, I can now finally can say all set and ready for the grand opening for our morning cafe at The Paxton Centre – we’re opening next Monday. Be ready for a new wonderful addition for the Crystal Palace community. Super excited!”
Brett & Bailey: Chocolate clementine cake
Cakes – Brett & Bailey Joe & Matt’s cake parade for the week goes like this “Now that Bonfire Night (and the bomboloni) have been and gone, the season to be jolly is just around the corner. This Saturday you’ll get a first look at this year’s luxury Christmas puddings – they’re all handmade with figs and cranberries, lashings of Pedro Ximénez sherry, and fed with VSOP calvados. You’ll also get the chance to snaffle a couple of stollen swirls – rated by About Time Magazine as one of the seven best stollen in London.
On the cake parade we’ll have the welcome return of our chocolate and clementine cake with home-candied peel; ginger and caramelised orange cake; plum crumble cake; double carrot cake; and our favourite apple and salted caramel cake. Plus! Peanut butter bars, indulgent dark chocolate brownies, sticky buns by the score, mint choc chip cookies, generous wedges of pumpkin pecan pie, and our full range of scrumptious handmade jams. Missing the market? Remember that our online store is always open. See you soon!”
Vegetables, salad, herbs & fruit – Brambletye Fruit Farm, Brockmans & Wild Country Organics.
Brockmans: Jerusalem artichokes
Brockmans – Jason says “Following the recent minor success with homegrown Sweet Potato we have had a much better yield from another patch we planted. Continuing with a similar colour theme we have Red (though they look Purple to me) Jerusalem Artichokes from the farm as well. We also have bunches of farm carrots for all markets.
Also – Rainbow Radish Bunches; 4 Varieties of Potato; Apples and Pears; Rainbow Carrots; Spinach; Fennel; Lettuces; Mixed salad; Baking Potatoes; Cucumbers; Onions; Leeks; 3 Types of Beetroot; Eggs and much more.”
Local growing project – Patchwork Farm (a Crystal Palace Transition Town project), selling locally grown food from our community gardens & gluts. Get involved and bring in your gluts – or come and man the stall for an hour or so on a Saturday (email Christine if you’re interested in either). Quinces coming in this week. Get your copy of21 stories from Transition book – where the market & Patchwork Farm are featured. Find out more about Transition Towns.
Gill Wing Farm: Farmer/butcher Andrew
Meat – Gill Wing Farm Meat produced sustainably in East Sussex and Kent. We’ll have lamb and chickens from Gill Wing Farm – beef from Tottingworth Farm in Heathfield, and fresh wild venison direct from High Hearstwood. Find sausages (beef, lamb, venison), slow roasts, mince, joints and whole chickens too. Andrew butchers much of the meat himself – find him on the stall most weeks.
Raw milk, butter & other dairy – Hook & Son Organically produced in Kent.
Fish – Veasey’s Orders can be taken over email, by phone 01342 822906, via dm on twitter @fishmongersFR or even by Royal Mail. Veasey’s will do everything to accommodate your seafood needs. Check out their recipes here.
Locally made art & crafts – Handmade Palace
Cafe – our friends at Antenna Cafe.
Crystal Palace Transition Town – November newsletter here.
The Foodbank – collection point at the market every week. Latest drop off (Tuesday 1 November) 6.2 kilos. Total donated so far 1077.9 kilos.
News From Crystal Palace – we love this local news page from our friend, journalist Jerry Green.
Save Central Hill Community: support our neighbours
Save Central Hill Community – support our neighbours & find out more about the proposed demolition of the estate, and how it would everyone in the area. Also, hear about the recent awareness raising night held at Domali.
Our neighbours – Antenna Studios Music, dance, performances, practice, recording & more. Also loads of great classes and the best coffee in the Palace.
New Crystal Palace Transition Town Choir – Katie Rose says “It’s long been a dream of mine to run a choir with Crystal Palace Transition Town friends and it’s now coming true at Crystal Palace’s beautiful new arts centre The Paxton Centre – yay! Come and join the chorus from Nov 2nd – we’ll be warbling and wassailing into midwinter – all voices welcome!”
Check out the new community arts space on Anerley Hill – The Paxton Centre. Here’s their latest newsletter.
We are proud to be part of Crystal Palace Transition Town. Wondering who we are, what we do, or how you could get involved? Our blog section is a great place to start or this talk given by Joe Duggan, one of the co-chairs.
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CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET 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
(The above is copied from an email; which mentions various links – for full links please go to the market website – Thanks)