Past issues

Welcome to the June 2016 edition of Heart Streatham. We're looking forward to the beginning of the Streatham Season with a look ahead to the festivals and fetes coming up in June and July. All Streatham folk who are exasperated by our overcrowded and inadequate trains should make a date to be at the Hideaway at 7pm on 29th June for Streatham Action's #Crossrail2Streatham Campaign public meeting. Inside you will find theStreatham Round Up on page 5, our monthly Soap Box updating you on #Crossrail2Streatham and the Public Meeting on page 6,...
Welcome to the May 2016 edition of Heart Streatham. We celebrate Streatham Common Kite Day with a guide to the event on May 15th. The colourful drawing of Kite Day on page 17 is by talented young local artist, Jacob Soodeen, 13, a pupil at Graveney School. This month: When Queen Alexandra visited Streatham, DOLPH Projects May exhibit, Streatham's vinyl record revival, Our Guide to Kite day, Streatham Hockey season roundup and new openings announcements for Raw Bella, Studio Nidilu, Emma Wilson Urban Spa, Coffee Republic, Astoria Cafe, Batch...
Streatham Roundup and Streatham soapbox including updates on Dr Johnson Avenue consultation, new openings, Streatham Gourmet at the Bull, Crossrail update, the mystery of MI6's missing frogman, win tickets to Zippo's Circus, Streatham Hockey update and the Streatham Directory
New opening and local news including what's planned for the Morrisons site; Streatham Gourmet with Azzurri Pizzeria; Crossrail 2 to Streatham Update; history of the Tooting Common Golf Course and the fate of the Chestnut Avenue on Tooting Common; Wandsworth Oasis supporting HIV victims; Closing Dr Johnson Avenue; Russell Kane's Flying Eye on moving to Streatham; This Girl Can at SYCT; SCCoop update and the Woodland Activity Day; Police and Streatham Redskins update; The Streatham directory and What's on in March
We welcome you to Issue 19, February 2016. This month we're pleased to announce a three month trial distributing 5,000 extra magazines in the Furzedown area with great support from E&A Wates and Hideaway, so welcome to our new Furzedown readers! In this issue: #Crossrail2Streatham update, Quietways on Estreham Rd consultation changes, history of Streatham's industrial past, Streatham redskins ice hockey results and more!
A very merry Christmas from Heart Streatham magazine! It's our last issue of the year and we hope you have wonderful holidays with loved ones whilst we enjoy the same. This issue includes Christmas lights turn-on festivities and offers around Streatham, more on Crossrail 2, the South London Business Survey on booming business south of the river and a final farewell to Brian Bloice, a true Streatham hero.
Welcome to Issue 17 of Heart Streatham magazine. We now may have the best chance Streatham has to get onto the tube map. Lee outlines the opportunity and what we need to do about this on page 6. Read about 2 Streatham VC winners recently memorialised in the Remembrance Gardens on page 15. Beacon Bingo will celebrate 53 years of bingo in the listed Streatham Hill Theatre and there's long awaited news from the SCCoop AGM. We have a report on the re-opening of St Thomas's Streatham Hill on page 16, an update on the progress of Streatham Redskins...
Welcome to Issue 16 of Heart Streatham magazine. Now that everyone's well and truly back to school or back to the commute we wanted to bring you have several superb features. Jane covers the new openings in the Parish Pump on page 9 whilst the WI has reviewed one of our local eateries on page 11. See what's been going on around town in our roundup on page 5 and whether the council can really be called co-operative on page 7.  In the sports wrap-up, our Streatham Redskins are off to a storming season after their season kickoff two weeks ago at...
Welcome to Heart Streatham Issue 15. We had really lovely holidays in the break we take in August every year and we hope your holidays were just as good. We have some special features for you this month and loads of amazing local events coming up.  The 1st ever Streatham Free Film Festival kicks off this month (see programme in the centre of the magazine), “Scruffs” the Streatham Common Dog Show and the Herne Hill Harriers cross-country race and Anthony Gold Fun Run are all on this month as well. Read about them inside!  See what's been going...
Welcome to Heart Streatham Issue 15. We had some really lovely holidays in the break we take in August every year and we hope your holidays were just as good! We have some very special features this month and loads of amazing events coming up locally. The 1st ever Streatham Free Film Festival kicks off in September (see programme in the centre of this magazine), “Scruffs” the Streatham Common Dog Show and the Herne Hill Harriers 6 mile cross country race and Anthony Gold Fun Run are all on. Read about them inside! See what's been going on...
Welcome to Heart Streatham Issue 13 and we're really looking forward to Kite Day! Hope to see you there! It's the 5th annual Food Festival this month and we are featuring some selections from the trail we think you should try. See what's been going on around town in our roundup on page 5 and don't miss some great announcements, gossip and rumour intelligence (#Rumint) at the Parish Pump on page 11. Jane visited Shout Hair for our Salon Guide only to find Kelly has been doing hair for Wimbledon champions at the tournament for some time now on...
Welcome to Heart Streatham Issue 12 and there is great news this month – elections in a few days after which you won't have to hear about it for a while, reports in from the Wavel Court hustings and the Love Streatham hustings at Streatham Baptist Church. Our roundup of all the hustings is on Page 21 inside. Our roundup is on page 5 for what's been going on around town, we get to the bottom of development issues in Lambeth on page 7 and get the latest on the Megabowl theatre on page 8. Cafe Barcelona's world music festival, Hillside Gardens...
Heart Streatham is an independent magazine all about Streatham, produced by local people who live here and love the area.  In our eleventh issue we begin our second year of publishing by highlighting planning shenanigans in the area, all about the Abbotswood Road street party in aid of Haven Breast Cancer charity, our own local Befriend the Elderly charity and what we learned about the politicians at hustings we organised this month.  Our local police inspector has written about the local beat and what a designated ward officer is, and they've...
This is our tenth issue which means we’ve been in business a year now. Hooray! We would like your feedback on what you think about the magazine and if you take our survey at www.heartstreatham.co.uk/prize-survey, you’ll help us improve the magazine and there are prizes to be won as well!  Read all about some possible planning shenanigans in the area, where to go out on Mother’s Day and what we’ll be asking at the hustings we’re helping to organise this month. We heard all the detail from theatre pros on what the Megabowl theatre needs to be a...

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