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New Streatham Ice Rink brings back memories

Streatham Guardian: Michael Counter was a member of Streatham Ice Club

2:23pm Tuesday 13th May 2014

Your News: My mother's first husband, Michael Counter, who lived in Balham, was the speed skating champion of the Great Britain 1939 - 1940.

50 needed for Hello Beautiful charity event

Streatham Guardian: Streatham Guardian

4:00am Saturday 10th May 2014

Streatham resident Jane Hutchison is calling for people to join a charity event at Selfridges in London.

Iconic Streatham Tate Library to Re-Open after Restoration

Streatham Guardian: Streatham Tate library reopens its doors on March 26

3:00pm Monday 17th March 2014

Your News: Programme of Events marks Official Re-opening of Streatham Tate Library and the Launch of the new Streatham Tate Centre on Streatham High Road.

PICTURE: Feel the sunshine in Crystal Palace

Streatham Guardian: By Wulfie Mayfield (Flickr / Wulfus)

8:53am Friday 14th March 2014

Thanks to Wulfie Mayfield for this stunning shot of Crystal Palace Park as spring finally returned to south London.

Dunraven School pupil joins prestigious dance group

Streatham Guardian: Through hard work and dedication, Dunraven School pupil is a dance battle champion.

3:09pm Thursday 6th February 2014

Your News: Lisandro, from Lambeth, has been a part of the Jack Petchey Foundation and Royal Academy of Dance partnership programme.

Lambeth Conservatives delighted Clapham Fire Station Saved

Streatham Guardian: WAND/STREAT Clapham Fire Station faces closure under London Fire Brigade plans

1:03pm Friday 12th July 2013

Your News: After many months of campaigning to keep Clapham Fire Station open Lambeth Conservatives welcome the news that the fire station will not close.

New public leisure centre opened in Clapham

Streatham Guardian: Lambeth Council Leader Steve Reed unveiled a plaque to open the new Clapham Leisure Centre on Friday.

10:17am Sunday 5th February 2012

A new multi-million pound public leisure centre has opened – the first of its kind in Lambeth for more than 30 years.

Heavy snow fall leads to warnings to take extra care travelling

Streatham Guardian: SNOWFALL: The A465 between Brynmawr and Gilwern this morning

9:33am Sunday 5th February 2012

Severe weather warnings remain in place after up to 10 cm of snow fell over large parts of South London.

A Level Results Day: 19/08/10

10:39pm Wednesday 18th August 2010

With gap years and university life waiting just around the corner, students across the country wait in anticipation to hear if they have got the desired results to catapult them into their futures...

Special times for special families

Streatham Guardian: Christopher’s, the CHASE children’s hospice, where families can take a break together

10:54am Tuesday 6th July 2010

By Community Correspondent Helen Cook

Exam season fast approaches!

5:30pm Monday 31st May 2010

No longer concerned by the lack of summery weather, year 13s enjoy last few celebrations of finishing school before taking on the all important A level final examinations.

Tooting a target in the General Elections

7:14pm Sunday 25th April 2010

Tooting has been targeted as an area that is hotly contested for by both Labour and the Conservatives. Therefore it is important that everyone gets their vote in, so that the right people represent us.

Question Time comes to Saint Cecilia's, Wandsworth

Streatham Guardian: Question Time comes to Saint Cecilia's, Wandsworth

7:45pm Wednesday 17th March 2010

Justine Greening, MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields has been invited to take part in the school's very own version of 'Question Time' and answer the questions put forward by pupils and students. By Community Correspondent Catherine Rowland

Little hope of good news at Streatham Hub meeting

By Community Correspondent Tim Barnsley

Can coming out of the recession benefit Streatham?

Streatham Guardian: Can coming out of the recession benefit Streatham?

9:00pm Thursday 4th February 2010

By Community Correspondent Catherine Rowland Can coming out of the recession bring good news to Streatham? We must urge our local councils and authorities to spend more money on Streatham High Road, which was voted "Britain's Worst Street" in a poll in 2002.

Former Eastender travels west to go south

9:15am Wednesday 3rd February 2010

By Community Correspondent Tim Barnsley Actor Michael Cashman speaks to South London Gay Group

Travel misery hits Tooting

5:44pm Wednesday 13th January 2010

As Tooting station closes due to its train services being affected by the winter weather, commuters struggle to find efficient alternative modes of transport for getting to and from work.

Faiths Together in Lambeth First AGM

6:33pm Thursday 17th December 2009

Independent Lambeth-wide body, Faiths Together in Lambeth, FTiL, launched in July, held its first AGM on 12 November 2009. FTiL aims to foster constructive relationships among faith communities and to promote faith and multi-faith involvement in civic life. November 2009.

Lambeth Inter Faith Peace Picnic

6:08pm Thursday 17th December 2009

The newly founded Faiths Together in Lambeth (FTiL), launched in July 2009, organized the Inter Faith Peace Picnic, its first public showing, as an event in Peace Week

Save our Ice rink!

8:00pm Monday 30th November 2009

With the 2012 London olympics looming over the horizon, the plans to close Streatham's 78 year old ice rink should be deemed questionable...

Community News

2:04pm Monday 23rd November 2009

Hindu Society Golden Jubilee

The Fellowship of Furzedown meets needs of the community

7:37pm Monday 2nd November 2009

The covenant of churches within the Streatham and Tooting area become actively involved in addressing the needs of members of the community, with the launch of their new outreach project.

Streatham Crash out of Junior Vase as HSBC Cash in

Streatham Guardian: Steve Venter competes for line out ball

11:12pm Saturday 3rd October 2009

Streatham were well beaten in the end as HSBC moved into the second round of the RFU Junior Vase with a three try spell in the last ten minutes of this entertaining clash at Frant Road on Saturday.

CHASE hospice care for children - community correspondent Christine Napthine

2:22pm Friday 11th September 2009

Join us for the CHASE London Bridges Walk on 27th September – a great family day out!

Its all 'blooming' at Agnes Riley Gardens - Community Garden

Streatham Guardian: Terry & Vern

7:38pm Saturday 27th June 2009

Local residents get together to take responsibility for the development of their community garden. Theres nothing better than growing your own five pieces of fruit and vegetables!

Your Local Skater Hockey Club

10:51pm Wednesday 15th April 2009

Welcome to the Kingston Street Flyers Skater Hockey Club (KSF). We're delighted to be able to contact our fast growing group of fans and potential players via the local Guardian. You can also follow us at www.kingstonstreetflyers.com For those of you unfamiliar with the exciting sport of skater hockey, in short its a game very similar to Ice Hockey but played in sports halls up and down the country on roller blades. KSF has a long and successful history with humble beginnings back in 1988. We've won a few titles over the years and now proudly represent all age groups from peewee - senior.

John Salako Raises Funds for St. Giles

Streatham Guardian: John Salako Raises Funds for St. Giles

3:13pm Thursday 9th April 2009

Ten premier division football shirts went like hot cakes on recently when former professional footballer and sports presenter John Salko conducted an auction to raise funds for St. Giles School in South Croydon. Former star player of England and Crystal Palace, Fulham, Charlton and Reading, John joined forces with Venture Catalyst and its members to help the school in its bid to raise £20,000 required to be eligible for capital grant.

CHSE hospice care for children - community correspondent Christine Napthine

Streatham Guardian: Matthew and James Appleton with Greg Duce - leaping over the CHASE banner at the recent London Marathon team get together

3:34pm Tuesday 3rd March 2009

This year more than 50 runners have been pounding the pavements, training hard for the Flora London Marathon on April 26th as part of the CHASE hospice care for children marathon team.








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