All posts tagged herne hill

Elaine Partleton and her florists Flower Lady next to Herne Hill station
May 25, 2018, No comments

A cherished Railton Road business and its historic building were saved yesterday after pressure from the community against proposals to turn it into an electricity substation. Elaine Partleton, owner of […]

Elaine Partleton and her florists Flower Lady next to Herne Hill station

Herne Hill’s Flower Lady shop battles to stay put

May 16, 2018, 4 Comments

A long-established and well-loved Railton Road business fears that it faces an enforced move from its current prime position and a big rent increase f ...

Greens celebrate at the poll count

Greens say local issues led to poll breakthrough

May 5, 2018, 1 Comment

Tevye Markson talks to Becca Thackray who was victorious in Herne Hill as the Green party won five councillors on Lambeth council to become the offici ...

Lambeth acting chief executive Andrew Travers

Labour continues to dominate Lambeth council, but has a new Green opposition

May 5, 2018, 2 Comments

A Brixton ward contributed one of the successful Green Party candidates who now make up an opposition group of five councillors on Lambeth council aft ...

  • Carnegie library candlelight protest
    August 31, 2017, 2 Comments

    Library campaigners and local residents will stage a candle-lit procession to the closed Carnegie library in Herne Hill tonight (31 August), starting at 8.30pm at St Saviour’s Church, a few […]

  • Unfinished business: Llewelyn’s
    July 17, 2017, 1 Comment

    Carina Murphy hits and misses at Llewelyn’s When Llewelyn’s opened in Herne Hill in an enviable location on Station Square, home of the popular Sunday Market, the anticipation was palpable. […]

  • Home From Home: The Commercial
    June 7, 2017, 2 Comments

    An evening at Herne Hill’s The Commercial Remember the good old days when pubs were just blokes, beers, fags, pork scratchings and scantily clad page 3 women advertising peanuts? Back […]