Two sad old goats need a bit of a touch-up in South Norwood

Seen better days: do you know someone with craft skills who can help this distressed goat?

Two goats are urgently needing some rejuvenating TLC.

The goats used to prop up the balcony at the top of the Goat House pub in South Norwood, which was demolished in 2003. The pair were saved by a civic-minded person and now prop up a bench on the corner of Manor and Penge roads.

The nationally acclaimed community group, the South Norwood Tourist Board, is calling out to any stonemasons, sculptors or pargeters who could offer their services for free to help restore these two handsome beasts.

If you can help, please contact the SNTB via their Facebook page.

Rescued from the demolished pub, the goats are a feature of a bench on Manor and Penge roads


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