The Parish Pump - Issue 14

We have a plethora of new shops that have opened or are about to open that we would like to welcome to Streatham

The Filling Station cafe at 235 Streatham High Road has opened featuring superb Algerian roast coffee. Say hi to Kais & Zizu!

Trio Piizzeria in the former 19 Bar premises. Have a visit when they feature free live jazz during the Streatham Festival.

Photo of Trio Pizzeria on the Streatham High Road

442 Gallery next to Mediworld at 442 Streatham High Road (of course!) is a new pop-up art gallery featuring for the Streatham Festival.

D&H Stationers on Greyhound Lane just up from Streatham Common Station, have opened a lovely shop with a surprising amount of things to grab kids interests. Next to them Simply Stone worktop shop provides the very best in stone counter tops for kitchen surfaces etc.

We understand Continental Food Shop on Leigham Court Road will be opening imminently featuring fresh fish and produce as well as drinks..

Baby Boutikue childrens' designer clothes has opened in Streatham Hill just near ilili featuring items by Acquascutun, Aston Martin and Ralph Lauren.

Photo of Baby Boutikue childrens' boutique in Streatham Hill

Taylor Gray Estates, Holmes Estates and Oak Estate Agents have all opened in the past few weeks stamping an indelible statement that Streatham is the happening place to move to! Taylor Gray will host a launch party for the business community on the 26th of June at 43 Streatham Hill.

St Reatham Antiques has opened in Chimes Corner just in front of the Streatham Ice and Leisure Arena. They feature some fabulous second hand and antique items at bargain prices. For now.

We're very happy to welcome our second record shop opening in as many months, Undercover Records on Sternhold Avenue between Adomme and the High Road will open in July featuring vinyl, rare cuts and more.

Photo of Undercover Records, new shop on Sternhold Avenue in Streatham

And finally, the #Rumint on the little hole in the wall next to Streatham Station is that there's a florist on the way.

One thing you can say for Streatham, we asked for more independent businesses and the business community has responded!