What's on in Tulse Hill

  • Tulse Hill Singing Group Christmas Concert - Sat 12 December 2015 The Tulse Hill Singing Group (supported by the Tulse Hill Forum and funded by Big Lottery Fund) is having it's Christmas Concert on Saturday 12 December (7:30 to 9pm) at St Matthew's Tenant's Hall, 10 St Matthew's Rd, SW2 1NH. The concert is FREE, and everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served during the interval. There will be lots of great Christmas songs and a few others besides. Please do come along and support your local community choir. And if you are interested in joining the singing group, please contact enquiries@tulsehillforum.org.uk
    Posted 10 Dec 2015, 05:23 by Tulse Hill
  • AGM 2015 Tulse Hill Forum AGM on 27 JuneTime Table of EventsFrom 3:45pmThis will also be your opportunity to sign-up for membership of the Forum, if you have not already done so. Refreshments will be available.4pm:1. Welcome by Chair (as we have a full agenda, the meeting will start at this time).Apologies4:10pm:2. Tulse Hill Toge£her (participatory budgeting).. A representative of each organisation will make a brief presentation and answer any questions.5:10pm: voting. Refreshment break.5:40pm: Annual General Meeting (AGM) business:We would also like to take this opportunity to encourage you to stand for election to the Forum. The nomination form sets out the different roles available ...
    Posted 5 Jun 2015, 14:17 by Tulse Hill
  • Family Day By The Sea Family Day By The Sea. Are you a family living in Tulse Hill?  Then you are invited to this great day out. Parents can bring their children to Margate for a fun filled day by the sea. . Cost £1.00 per Tulse Hill resident.All Children must be accompanied by their own parent(s), grandparent(s) or carer(s). Proof of address will be required on bookingTickets available from  High Trees Community Trust 220 Upper Tulse Hill SW2 2NS
    Posted 5 Jun 2015, 06:02 by Tulse Hill
  • Neighbourhood Plan Tulse Hill 2025 What is a Neighbourhood Plan?   Do you want your say in  choosing where new housing should go protecting the high street choosing where new industry or employment goes protecting green spaces.   A Neighbourhood Plan is a new type of planning policy document for a local area (Neighbourhood). Once adopted, it forms part of the Local Development Plan for the local authority and is used to consider all planning applications in that area. Neighbourhood Plans can establish general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood, such as: Where new homes & offices should be built & how they should look Locations for new shops & community facilities Protecting locally important landscapes & open spaces Enabling tourism ...
    Posted 25 Jan 2015, 15:18 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Singing Group - meets every Tuesday evening The Tulse Hill singing group is going from strength to strength and now has about 20 members. At the moment we are meeting at Jubilee Hall, Greenleaf Close on Tulse Hill Estate, and at the Rotunda Community Centre on Cressingham Gardens Estate (both locations easily reached from Tulse Hill). We are extremely grateful to the Tenants and Residents Associations of both estates for their support over the last year. We meet on a Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30pm, and we welcome all comers, whether you have any experience of singing or not. The group are very supportive of each other and we are currently ably led by David Dellaire through Morley College, who are supporting us this ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2014, 10:19 by Tulse Hill
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Your Street, My Street, Our Streets

We could really use your help if you live, work, study, or travel in Norwood Road (anywhere in between the Barclays in Norwood and the Suziki Garage by Tulse Hill Station) 

What kind of help do we need you may ask? Well, we are re-designing Norwood Road and making the one-way system in Tulse Hill two ways, you might think that this is out of your league and that we should leave it to the experts, but as you actually use this space, you ARE the experts. We have a consultancy team that have removed the jargon that we don't need to know and in laymen terms explain what we can and can’t do, they’re ready to realise our version of how we want our space to look and feel.

With a budget of 7million to improve the streets from transport for London we not only want to improve the roads, but make the area a lovely destination to go to and through, we would also like to help build a stronger community. 

Working alongside community groups Norwood Forum, and Tulse Hill Forum, and local councillors, we as a community have been commissioned to take ownership of this project. Fellow residents, business owners, students, and those that travel in the area, let's take a hold of this opportunity to make a difference and leave a legacy.

There’s so much potential locally for the community; with projects like Neighbourhood plan, Parents Supporting Parents, Feast Market, Twist Market at Staton Rise, Business Improvement District and pilots like “The Open Works” which birthed “Bzz Garage” and “The Stich”, it’s definitely our time to shine.

The next co-designing workshops are on the 13th October 6.30-8.30, 10th November 6.30-8.30 and 8th December 6.30-8.30 at The Salvation Army 246 Norwood Rd London SE27 9AW

We are also working with many local organisations to engage local people and businesses in the project. If you would like to work with us or have a great idea, please get in touch

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Picture by Philip Hollis for DT Create.   19-3-11 Lee Dema with the Tulse Hill Estate footballers who play in his St Matthew's Project Football teams. Brockwell Park. South London Pic Shows:  Lee with the boys and the Under 11 side playing in Blue against Peckham. (Red/Black hoops)   People like Lee Dema who train young people week in and week out in Brockwell Park
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