Christmas celebrations officially begin in South Norwood on Saturday 8 December!
PPR is working with We Love SE25 to bring you a festive event in the midst of the Clocktower Market
At 3.30 PM the Christmas lights will be switched on by Her Worshipful the Mayor of Croydon, Cllr Bernadette Khan
Join us at South Norwood Clocktower. Events begin at 2.00 PM including
Clarinet Recital by Croydon Music and Arts and a brass band
And the Elves will be putting in an appearance too!
In a recent article in The Guardian Music Section, Lenny Henry talks about the composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, “Classical music belongs to us all. Just look at Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.”
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor lived in SE25 and is commemorated with a blue plaque in Dagnall Park. We have included his plaque as part of our South Norwood Heritage Trail.
Samuel Coleridge Taylor
Read more about Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and other local people commemorated by a plaque here
Read The Guardian article here
We had a great turnout on a Saturday morning last month and a detailed report on our activities was presented by Paul (Chair) and Chris (Treasurer).
Our report enthused several new residents and we are looking forward to more volunteers joining us in making our neighbourhood a green, clean and happy place to live.
If you were unable to attend click on this link to view our slides.
AGM slides 2018
PPR Annual General Meeting will be held on 22 September 2018 from 10 AM – 12 noon, at Stanley Halls, South Norwood Hill. Doors open 9.45 AM. All members paying annual subscription at the AGM will be entered into a draw for a pair of tickets to a Screen 25 film of your choice (we have 4 pairs of tickets to be won).
PPR is joining The Royal British Legion in saying “Thank You” to the First World War generation who served, sacrificed and changed our world. 100 years ago, the guns fell silent and the First World War ended. The example and experience of those who lived through it shaped the world we live in today. In 2018 The Royal British Legion is leading the nation in saying “Thank You” to all who served, sacrificed and changed our world.
During the weekend of 11-12 August volunteers from PPR installed poppies on lampposts in and around Portland Road, Station Road and South Norwood High Street. These will remain until Armistice day on 11 November.
You can find out more here