18th December 2019 - update. HUGE thank you to the EVERYONE who supported the Poppy Tin Appeal this year! Over 50 poppy tins distributed, collected and counted helped riase the total £6,151.93 for the Poppy Appeal from Gipsy Hill, Upper Norwood and South Norwood. 10th November 2019 The day the Crystal Palace community and traffic … Continue reading Crystal Palace Remembrance Day Service 2019
The Friends of Gipsy Hill were overwhelmed with the support and local community feedback from the first Gipsy Hill Village Fete on Sunday 14th July on Long Meadow. There were lots of exciting activities including live music with the fabulous Panash Steel Band Orchestra, Palace Acappella and Rob Dugdale, dog show, games, tree trail, wild … Continue reading Gipsy Hill Village Fete – Thank You!
The Friends of Gipsy Hill are pleased to invite you to our Gipsy Hill Village Fete on Sunday 14th July between 12 and 4pm on Long Meadow. Lots of exciting activities are planned, including live music with the fabulous Panash Steel Band Orchestra, games, competitions and plant growing for all ages. We will have a … Continue reading Gipsy Hill Village Fete!
Help our latest fundraising for Gipsy Hill! This time there are lots of rewards to choose from too! http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/gipsy-hill-rejuvenation As our garden grows from strength to strength we are planning a Gipsy Hill Village Fete on Long Meadow on 14th July 2019. Collaborating with the 1st Crystal Palace Scouts and many other community groups, this is … Continue reading Gipsy Hill Rejuvenation – Summer Cowdfunder!
May Bank Holiday had Friends of Gipsy Hill busy tidying up around Gipsy Hill. Local Street Champions did litter picking and gardening on Sainsbury Road, Mountbatten Close, and Alexandra Drive and green strip in between. And, the folliage and brambles sticking out into the lane were all cut back along Sainsbury Road. If you see … Continue reading Bank on the Friends!
Decision details! Gipsy Hill Our Streets- Neighbourhood Enhancement Programme Phase 3 The following Our Streets initiatives are agreed (here) for Gipsy Hill ward in document Our Streets Gipsy Hill scheme approval ODDR.pdf:- a) Gipsy Road junction with Auckland Hill: new pedestrian refuge, speed table and waiting restrictions. Cost: £31,500. b) Gipsy Road: new zebra … Continue reading Improving streets on Gipsy Hill – Decision!
Learn how to be a Snow Warden for Gipsy Hill... and be part of wider Lambeth base of local volunteers who help keep their local paths safe. As well as training from Veola, snow wardens are provided with snow shovels, ice grips for shoes, grit, hi-vis vests and gloves. Training is at Tue 5th Feb, … Continue reading Snow Warden Training – Gipsy Hill
Gipsy Hill has many steep hills. You can volunteer to become a snow warden to clear ice and snow from your pavements to help keep your street safe. You can individually, or as part of a group. All snow wardens receive tools and training. Lambeth will give you some basic training to keep you safe … Continue reading Lambeth Snow Wardens
In the nineteenth century, until it was diverted underground, the Upper Norwood tributary of the river Effra flowed down Gipsy Hill on its way from Crystal Palace to South Croxted Road, forming the Camberwell parish boundary with Lambeth and also the limit of the Dulwich Estate. The meadow on the Camberwell side of this stream … Continue reading Black Poplars on Long Meadow by Glynis Williams
Sunday 19th August 2.30pm - a walk and talk about the history of Gipsy Hill with the Norwood Society. Meet outside Sainsbury, Westow Street, SE19 3RW. There are many events on and near Gipsy Hill. Make sure you "follow" us (by selecting the follow us button on the right) to stay up to date … Continue reading Event: Gipsy Hill history walk
Welcome to Gispy Hill Friends! We are friendly local community group to support Gipsy Hill, the local area, the station, and green spaces and uniting our historic street between Lambeth and Southwark, the community from bottom to the top of the hill! However steep we think the hill is today... we need to thank the … Continue reading The Journey Begins… for Gipsy Hill Friends