Norwood Society rounds off the year with social event

Norwood Society logoThe Norwood Society’s final meeting of 2016, being held as usual at Upper Norwood Library, takes place on Thursday, December 15 from 7.30pm, and will be a social event.

The Society, which stages talks and lectures about the social history of the area on the second Thursday of each month, will next week have David Moore showing a few slides of the damage to All Saints, Upper Norwood, from The Great Storm of October 1987.

This will be followed by some images of items found hidden in the corners of Upper Norwood Library from around 1920.

For more information about its activities, visit the Norwood Society’s website by clicking here, or email the organisers at

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