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Don’t miss the street party – Sunday 16th

The final preparations for the party are well underway and more details are below, including the request for more people to offer some time to Steward at the junctions. Turney will remain open but Burbage will be closed from the Viaduct to the roundabout. The party will be from 12, noon to 6pm which is […]

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Dulwich Village Junction – latest

Southwark Council has completed 12 months of monitoring the new junction layout in the Village.  Its full findings are at: QW7-Dulwich Village junction Monitoring Report May 2019 Rush hours are obviously the biggest problem as there is a high volume of vehicles through the junction in those hours.  This is especially the case during school […]

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Street Party Sun 16 June Burbage Rd

All the world’s a stage Burbage masks, juggling, the Cake Appreciation Barbershop players, Punch & Judy and Qigong (like Tai Chi) to start the day and Van Rouge Disco to close Games for throngs  Real life fire engines, a Burbage themed treasure hunt and games in the street – chalk art, table tennis, skittles, quoits, chess, boules, hockey […]

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Eastlands Crescent – is it Vandalism?

On Eastlands Crescent residents are fighting a planning application to demolish one of the original 1930s detached homes and replace with x2 new houses. (Southwark application no. 19/AP/0946). Eastlands is a complete street of 1930s houses built on the site of the old Eastlands House. The house in question is one of a group four […]

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Richard Burbage 1568 – 1619

Residents of Burbage Road are proudly commemorating the life of Richard Burbage – one of England’s greatest actors and close friend of William Shakespeare – with a series of activities throughout the year. Burbage dominated Shakespeare’s roles in a swaggering style imitated by many.  With a fantastic dominating voice he captivated audiences. Full details of […]

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A healthier, safer & active Dulwich

Slowly action is being taken to make Dulwich healthier and safer.  Southwark Council has a programme of work to do this and to learn more about it. A public meeting took place last week on Saturday 12 January – GETTING AROUND DULWICH – Towards a healthier, safer & more active future The meeting discussed how […]

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Turney and Burbage Roads look ahead to 2019

At a well attended AGM of both roads residents celebrated the many activities of 2018 undertaken by active residents and noted changes in the streets. Councillors from Southwark attended as well as a member of our local police team. Throughout 2018 residents were represented on a number of public consultations; working with Dulwich Village Forum […]

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Burbage & Turney Road AGMs this Saturday 10am Edward Alleyn Club

JOINT AGMs TODAY SATURDAY 13 OCTOBER AT 10AM TIL 11.30. We hope residents can join us for the annual meeting of our Residents’ Association. This year we will hold the AGM jointly with Burbage Road. We have one of the most long-established, thriving and well-respected residents’ associations in Dulwich. For those of you who are […]

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Drivers in Southwark fined for leaving car engines running!

Drivers in Southwark face spot fines for leaving engines running in the street as new research highlights the link between vehicle emissions and premature death. This will be a great benefit for Dulwich Village schools as well as others where busy roads pass by and drivers routinely keep their engines running when stationary. Drivers could […]

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Dulwich’s New Health Centre is being built – hooray!!

The new Dulwich Health Centre will definitely be built after decades of delays.  The traditional ground-breaking ceremony was carried out on Friday 20 July by the Mayor of Southwark, Councillor Catherine Rose and Dulwich and West Norwood MP Helen Hayes. The health centre will cost £16.8 million and will provide primary care, children’s service, diagnostics, […]