You don’t mean the conservative association social do you? That’s next door to Stanley halls and is being rebranded to try and attract people. Although it’s still affiliated to the Tory Party, I believe.Technically correct that it's down the road, but I mean literally next door
I'll have to go back and double-check now, but it's definitely between the Halls and the junction where you go down Portland Rd. Same side of the road as the Halls.On the other side of Stanley halls is the school. Which used to be part of Stanley halls actually, so perhaps you mean next to there?
Yeah not that one, a few houses further up. I'm almost tempted to go down again now just to figure this out! I did have a look for a name or a sign but couldn't see anything, which was a bit odd. First thought it was just a house-party or something, but they had a proper bar with taps and all.There is a pub on the corner which used to be a big CPFU supporting pub and which is now being refurbished, but that was obviously a pub and is not that close to Stanley Halls....
I just drove near there, but forgot to look.
It might well be the constitutional club (aka Toryland). It is an odd building which kind of blends in or something - I didn't notice it for years, even though it was next door to Stanley Halls.Yeah not that one, a few houses further up. I'm almost tempted to go down again now just to figure this out! I did have a look for a name or a sign but couldn't see anything, which was a bit odd. First thought it was just a house-party or something, but they had a proper bar with taps and all.
That may well be it. Will have to have a closer look.It might well be the constitutional club (aka Toryland). It is an odd building which kind of blends in or something - I didn't notice it for years, even though it was next door to Stanley Halls.
The fact that you are not saying that it is not that, makes me think that you might not have noticed it before, either, so it might be that. If that makes sense...
Go and have a look and report back
Man charged with murder of 'loving grandmother' (click for more)A 26-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murdering 74-year-old grandmother, Eulin Hastings in South Norwood has been bailed by police.
The Late Eulin Hastings: A close friend of Ms Hastings, who wished to remain anonymous, said: "We knew her well. She was a lovely and will be missed immensely.
"She was a loving grandmother and It's such a shame to have lost her like this."
I just drove that way, and you can only mean the Constitutional Club - SNCC - South Norwood Club London - it has been painted grey and the sign taken down, so that no-one knows it is a Tory placeThat may well be it. Will have to have a closer look.
Must be it. Ta.I just drove that way, and you can only mean the Constitutional Club - SNCC - South Norwood Club London - it has been painted grey and the sign taken down, so that no-one knows it is a Tory place
In fact, the website doesn't mention the Tory Party at all! You have to download the membership form before it becomes evident. http://www.southnorwoodcc.org/images/club_application_form.pdf
Stay away from it unless you want to support the Bastard Tories.
South Norwood’s independent cinema prepares to evolve into a newly expanded twice-weekly cinema this Autumn, as it launches new Friday screenings.
From September, Screen25 is doubling its screenings offering the latest independent and mainstream releases on both Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Supported by nearly 30 volunteers and continuing at their new home at Harris Academy South Norwood, this expansion will launch on Friday 7 September with a party to complement a screening of Greta Gerwig’s Ladybird. The party will be in partnership with feminist film festival, the Bechdel Test Fest, with music being provided by West Norwood’s Bechdel Sound Test to set the party mood.
Screen25’s events regularly include Q&A’s, audience roundtables and panel discussions. Both evening events will feature a pop-up café/bar stocked with recently partnered ethical and local suppliers such as Eli & Pie and Signal Brewery.
Screen25 have decided to launch their additional screenings in order to give the local community more choice when it comes to a good night out in South Norwood. Catriona Mahmoud, the cinema’s newly appointed Marketing Manager, says “We’re excited about expanding and these new changes will certainly help the cinema to be more accessible to an even wider audience. More screenings means an even more diverse film programme - there really is something for everyone!”
As part of a drive to offer affordable access to cinema for local residents, the cinema will provide a range of loyalty options, including a loyalty card scheme where audiences can claim a free ticket after a certain number of visits.
More information and listings can be found at: http://screen25.com.
This is 20-year old local South Norwood resident Tyrone Farquharson who has been convicted of the murder of Kelva Smith in South Norwood with large 'Rambo' knives following a dispute over a stolen motorbike ....On 10 March 2018, a 14 year-old child who cannot be named was also charged with murder of Kelva Smith. He appeared at Croydon Magistrates’ Court earlier today and has been remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Wednesday 14 March 2018.
Together with Tyrone Farquharson, he is due to stand trial at the Old Bailey on 3 September 2018.
Anyone with information is requested to call police on the incident room on 0208 721 4961. You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or tweet police via @MetCC.
What is the source of this story?This is 20-year old local South Norwood resident Tyrone Farquharson who has been convicted of the murder of Kelva Smith in South Norwood with large 'Rambo' knives following a dispute over a stolen motorbike ....
Farquharson was also found guilty of possessing an offensive weapon, a knife. A 16-year-old boy of East Croydon was also convicted of possessing an axe but was found not guilty of murder. A 14-year-old boy from the South Norwood area was found not guilty on all counts.
The court heard Farquharson and Kelva had been childhood friends before the fatal attack.
Jurors were told Kelva Smith had stolen a motorcycle from Gordon Crescent, Croydon, several weeks earlier and intended to sell it.
On 5 March 2018, he was told that Farquharson and a 14 year-old boy had been riding it around the local area.
He contacted Farquharson on the phone to try and get the bike returned as he walked to Archer Road with his cousin.
When they arrived they were confronted by the three suspects. Farquharson pulled out a large Rambo-style knife and stabbed Kelva five times.
The victims were chased to Albert Road, where Kelva collapsed on the pavement.
Farquharson was seen laughing and joking as he walked back to his home after the attack. The murder weapon was never recovered.
All three suspects handed themselves in to police. The stolen motorbike was found at the back of flats in Albert Road.
Detective Sergeant Rob Tickle, from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "Kelva Smith died close to his home; ambushed and attacked by someone he once considered a friend.
"This young man lost his life due to a disagreement over a motorbike. He suffered appalling injuries in the middle of a busy street where families live and play.
"This was not a gang-related crime, nor was it postcode-related; it was a senseless and preventable one, committed by Farquarson making poor choices to resolve a dispute by carrying knives and weapons with deadly consequences.
"Now there are two families who are suffering through the wasted potential of young lives close to them, some through the guilty verdicts handed down today and most tragically, through the family of Kelva Smith having to bury their son. This has to stop.
"Since the day of Kelva's murder, the accused individuals before the court have sought to frustrate the investigation and have treated the seriousness of the trial with utter contempt and disdain. Shouting from the dock and laughing and joking between themselves, they showed Kelva and his family as little dignity in death as they did in the final moments of his life."
1. We are not hippies.This is a laudable initiative by the local hippies in South Norwood:
Removals firm 'boss' Steven Bull, 55, is believed to have built the Grenfell Tower replica alongside his partner, a teacher; Bobbi Connell, 19, has been named as one of the men in the video by his own grandfather; his father Cliff Smith, 49, apparently hosted the 'party'; Mark Russell, 49, Paul Bussetti, 46, and 19-year-old Trent Bogle were also all pictured at the incident and have been arrested. As their representatives have all subsequently claimed in the media that they are the victims, will they be attending to give their accounts to the local community in multi-racial South Norwood?
As others have apprently already asked, are there any plans for the march to pass Norhyrst Avenue, where the incident which gave rise it it actually occurrred?
If nothing is done now, where will it all end?