The Streatham Society will be conducting free tours of the historic Henry Tate Gardens at 2 pm and 3 pm on Sunday 3rd September. Tour includes the gardens, grotto and castle folly. Meet at the Lodge Gates on Streatham Common North.
Homecooks is a new project to connect Streatham's older residents with their neighbours founded by Streatham resident, Hattie Lambrou.
Homecooks puts people who like cooking (as Hattie does) in touch with an elderly neighbour who would appreciate some home- cooked food brought round from time to time, and the fledgling organisation is keen to hear from anybody who would like to get involved.
We are very fortunate to have a wide variety of retailers, supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and bars in the High Road with many being recent additions. However, there are an increasing number of businesses that are not visible and work very successfully behind the scenes in Streatham.
It may surprise you to hear that Alex Lyell, pastor of Streatham Central Church (SCC), will be baptised into his own church on Sunday 11 June. The pastor, 35, who is also the new chair of Love Streatham – a charity run by local churches - was christened as a baby, but has now chosen to be baptised as an adult.
St Peter's Church Streatham is celebrating its 147th anniversary by hosting a Bring -and-Share Picnic in the church gardens after the Parish Mass. Parish Mass is a wonderful opportunity for families young and old to participate in prayer and worship together while enjoying the choral music that St Peters is well known for. The Mass will also feature the new Junior and Youth Choir (new members welcome, contact [email protected] for more information).
Annual General Meeting of the Streatham Society and review of the Society's activities during 2017-18.
Parliamentary stories by The Rt. Hon Keith Hill, Streatham's former MP, on Westminster
Illustrated talk on the work of the London Air Ambulance
ASnnual General Meeting of the Streatham Society and review of the Society's activities over the 2016-17 year.
Annual General Meeting of the Streatham Society and review of the Society's year 2016-17