Library consultation on Saturday May 11th, 11am - 3 pm.

All Pollards Hill Residents should make an effort to get to Norbury Library between 11 and 3 on Saturday May 11th

The library will soon be undergoing a major refurbishment, and this will be an opportunity to

  • review the proposed design,

  • have a say about it,

  • meet your local Pollards Hill Councillors, Shafi and Leila,  

  • support the library which we are very lucky to have so close.

Norbury Library is on the corner of Beatrice Avenue and London Road
Free refreshments will be provided



The Love Norbury partnership of the Residents Associations is about to enter an exciting new phase of development. Membership is opening up to the newer community and voluntary groups that have been set up in Norbury such as Friends of Norbury & Norbury Hall Parks.  Working together will improve co-ordination and co-operation for a better Norbury for us all.

Come and find out more at


Thursday 9 May. 7.30pm

Norbury Edge Pub (back room) on London Rd (entrance through side door in car park or through pub)



Norbury’s new Councillor Leila Ben-Hassel

AGM: report on activities 2018-9, annual accounts, changes to constitution, election of Officers and Committee

Residents Association Members are eligible to vote at the AGM.  Please bring your membership card. If you are not a member please join before the meeting or on the night.

The Residents’ Associations are: Norbury Green, Norbury Village, Pollards Hill and Scots Estate. See their websites for further details.







LITTER clean-ups on the hilltop

Twice a year, we spend a couple of hours picking up litter on the hilltop.  It’s more fun than it sounds, and litter-picking equipment and hot drinks are provided.  We also participate in the Love Norbury litter picks on London Road.