Norbury residents are giving a makeover to their association

One of the residents groups in Norbury which has organised regular clean-ups in an effort to spruce up the area is giving itself a bit of a makeover, and a new name.

The Norbury Avenue and Thornton Heath group has decided to get rid of its NATH acronym, and will in future be known as Norbury Park Residents’ Association.

The group has designed a new logo, it has a new website (click here to visit it), and is also covering a slightly modified area, which encompasses Norbury Park and stretches north as far as Norwood Grove.

The transition of the residents’ association will be complete by December 1. Anyone in the area interested in helping with the association’s activities or becoming a member should visit the membership page on the new website.


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