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The council is now co-ordinating a Volunteering Speed Dating event next week.
If you have been inspired by the recent community responses or you have always just wanted to volunteer then come along talk to like minded people.
Meet employers, apply for jobs or volunteer placements. They intend to open the shop in December 2010 After 2 hours of talking at Lambeth’s Planning Committee local businesses & residents, supported by Cllr Jane Pickard, finally extracted a concession from Tesco.
Tesco will now have to submit their transport plans for the shop to the council for approval.
Come along for nachos and drinks at Las Iguanas to get to know other interested people, current members and committee.
We'll then head to Timepiece (Little Castle St, Exeter EX4 3PX) for an evening of Social Salsa dancing - no experience required!
January is the deadline for voting for your favourite West Norwood business .
For details see: Speed 3 Comments Filed under Community / voluntary, Crime, Labour Councillors, Lambeth Council, Local Business, Police, Shopping, West Norwood Tagged as business community, Jackie Meldrum, Lambeth, looting, Norwood High Street, Norwood Road, riots, Tessa Jowell, The Money Shop Congratulations to all who made the first Norwood “Feast” on Sunday 3rd April a fantastic success, bringing more than 2,000 people pouring into 4 markets in the centre of West Norwood .Leave a comment Filed under Employment, Local Business, West Norwood Tagged as Artisans Market, business community, Chatsworth Way, enterprise, entrepreneur, Garden Corner, Knights Hill, Markets, Retro Village, St.Lukes Church, York Hill Drop into Norwood Jobs Fair on Tuesday 25th of January between 11am and 3pm at the Old Library on Knights Hill –(a minute walk from the Post Office) . Tesco got permission for its plans to adapt the derelict Rose & Crown pub on Crown Lane into a Tesco Express on Wednesday 15/9/10.The police are now making hundreds of arrests of people involved in looting across London and courts are sitting for long hours to process the cases quickly.To get up to date advice and information directly from official police sources you can subscribe to the Community safe web site and choose the information alerts for the areas you are interested in. The good news is that following the widespread recent public disorders of this week there has been a fantastic response from Lambeth residents offering to come & help clean up.
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