Collect the clue in each participating window to complete this popular Christmas phrase and enter our competition to win a top prize of £100! Now that’s a Christmas present we’d all like to receive...
The inStreatham Business Improvement District is here to make the Streatham Town Centre a lively, attractive shopping destination and a safe, desirable place for people to enjoy the night-life. The inStreatham Board is now preparing to re-ballot based on their work completing their 2020 vision for the area. Read about the good news happening locally...
Celebrate with us over a glass of mulled wine or hot chocolate and a mince pie on Saturday 1st December.
Our annual Lights On Streatham! Switch on event is drawing near. We’ll be turning on of Streatham’s festive lights along with some famous faces on Saturday 1st December on Babington Plaza/Streatham Green.
Christmas Shop Window contest
We're launching our 2018 Shop window competition this Christmas and we want all businesses on our high road to take part! Join in with the festive spirit and contribute to Streatham's wonderful festive displays. Create bright and decorative displays with a special award for the winning business.
The Christmas Shop Window contest will be based on the criteria that covers all aspects of Christmas, including visual impact, creativity and ideas, and innovative themed displays.
The fourth annual Streatham Business Awards is almost here. Excitement is mounting with just a few days to go until the ceremony!
Since applications opened, we've received an overwhelming response over the last few months. A record 150 entries from a total of 50 businesses entered the awards this year, with the category winners carefully chosen by our influential judges. There were over 500 nominations for the Best Customer Service award for more than 60 businesses right here in Streatham!
As part of Lambeth's and the Metropolitan Police' strategy to working better with the community to target crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB), this year they introduced ‘A cuppa with a copper’sessions for people to drop in and discuss any concerns they have in their respective communities. These are informal sessions designed for any members of the community to speak to local police officers face to face to report ASB, raise local concerns and enjoy a cuppa in a relaxed environment.
Rising Rents and Business Rates are damaging the mix of independent shops on our high streets.
They are forcing some of us to relocate, cut back on local staff or the services our customers need. They will force some of us to close.
We want to work with decision makers to ensure that our businesses can thrive, not just survive!
Please join us on Wednesday 12th September from 7:45pm - 9:30pm
At: The Portico Gallery, 23a Knights Hill, West Norwood, SE27 0HS
At this event we will:
Streatham Youth Community Trust (SYCT) is to host a jobs fair on the 29th of September.
Streatham Youth Community Trust is a charity dedicated to meeting the needs of local young people through the provision of a wide range of activities in education and training, personal development and support for disadvantaged groups. Young local leaders have suggested that a jobs fair be organised specifically for young people looking for part time, seasonal and entry level jobs. It is estimated that there are currently 492,000 young people aged 16-24 who are unemployed and approximately.
CLEANER AIR VILLAGES
Our seminar with Cross River Partnerships on July 30th focused on how businesses can work together to reduce air pollution on Streatham Hill. The project, which is funded by central government, was set up to hear local views about deliveries of goods and services in the area, what works and what doesn’t and how potential solutions could look like.
Local charity St Michael’s Fellowship is asking local people to donate any spare packs of nappies they have to help them support local families in need.
“We know lots of parents, grandparents and carers might have spare packets they no longer need lying around in bottom drawers and the back of cupboards. Nappies are really expensive and make a huge difference to a family’s budget.” Says Hillary Box the charity’s fundraising manager.