SOUTH LONDON THEATRE CENTRE CLEAR-OUT plus ADULT AUDITIONS FOR OLIVER!…COUNCIL HUNTS FRIDGE FLY-TIPPERS…SYDENHAM ARTS THANK YOU….NORWOOD ACTION GROUP ANNUAL MEETING
SOUTH LONDON THEATRE CENTRE are now preparing the theatre for the building project.
“This means there is a lot of stuff we need to throw away, store or sell” SAY THE CENTRE say the centre, which is based in the old fire satation in Norwood High Street close to the West Norwood station railway bridge on the one-way system.
“We will be doing this every Saturday throughout August.
“We literally CAN NOT HAVE ENOUGH PEOPLE to help with this mammoth task. If you can come for the whole day, or even spare a couple of hours, please come along and help us.”
ADULT AUDITIONS – UPDATE
The dates for the adult auditions for Oliver! have been announced, put them in your diary:
Audition 1 – Saturday September 5, Prompt Corner, SLT
Session 1: 12.30-2.30pm
Session 2: 3.30-5.30pm
Audition 2 – Sunday September 13, Stanley Halls, South Norwood
Session 1: 10.30am-12.30pm
Session 2: 1.30-3.30pm
COUNCIL HUNTS FRIDGE FLY-TIPPERS
Croydon council are appealing for information after two men were caught on camera dumping a refrigerator on a South Norwood street.
CCTV operated by council enforcement officers recorded a Mercedes estate car pulling up to the junction of Sunny Bank and Manor Road around 12.30am on 1 August. Two men then carried the four-foot fridge from the car to a fence by a neighbouring house before leaving.
The council is appealing for witnesses to come forward, including a pedestrian who walked past the men as they carried the fridge, as well as the drivers of an orange hatchback and a white van who also passed by.
Convicted fly-tippers can face a maximum £50,000 fine and a year in prison. Using the council’s bulky waste collection service costs no more than £40 for fridge-sized goods.
The appeal comes as part of the council’s Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride campaign, which has already prosecuted more than 25 people for fly-tipping, dog fouling, littering and spitting, including a man jailed for six months in May for fly-tipping 42 tonnes of waste.
For more information, visit www.croydon.gov.uk/environment/dontmess/dont-mess
SYDENHAM ARTS THANK YOU
Sydenham Arts have thanked everyone who attended and supported this years summer festival with a massive thank you to the local businesses who supported the event.
“We had incredible support from businesses as sponsors and advertisers without which the festival would not have happened!
“We were delghted with the events and audience feedback. If you haven’t already done it please give us your festival feedback at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YJH7BRK ”
NORWOOD ACTION GROUP ANNUAL MEETING
NAG’s annual general meeting and social night has been moved to Thursday 17th September. This is to accommodate our guest speaker council leader Lib Peck who will address us and take questions.
The main theme is When will Lambeth residents feel like valued customers of Lambeth services? You would expect high standards from a commercial enterprise and shouldn’t Lambeth emulate? It should be a worthwhile evening!
Go to our Facebook agm page, register that you’ll be there and invite all your neighbourhood Facebook friends.
Norwood Forum volunteers on Feast were asking “what would you like to see in West Norwood?” “More dinosaurs” said one eight year old!