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Heart Streatham Issue 49



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Happy 2019! This month we are focused on health, fitness and wellbeing options in Streatham, and with the gyms, yoga studios, classes, and leisure centre, as well as two Commons for sport and running, we have most bases covered locally.

We’re delighted to welcome some fantastic new businesses to Streatham and have already enjoyed wonderful classes at Yogarise and Element Fitness, and lunched at Baby Spinach. All three have just opened in the same cool, new premises in the High Parade on Streatham High Road. The Yoga Edge hot yoga studio opened in December, and already has a clutch of 5-star reviews from happy local yogis too.

Inside we have Valentines celebration recommendations, the Streatham Gourmet reviews again, info on the Heathrow Consultation as it affects Streatham, remembering Streatham Dame June Whitfield, What's On in the area and the local live music gig list. Happy New Year Streatham!

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Heart Streatham Issue 49

  1. 1. ISSUE 49 JAN/FEB 2019 Get Fit in Streatham Special • What's On
  2. 2. “We Are Positive We Can You Can Quote Positive Thoughts For The New Year? “Success Is Walking From Failure To Failure With No Loss Of Enthusiasm.” Winston Churchill “We Turned Our Losses Into Wins.” Gabriel Okafor “It’s Not Whether You Get Knocked Down, It’s Whether You Get Up.” Vince Lombardi “The Pessimist Sees Difficulty In Every Opportunity. The Optimist Sees Opportunity In Every Difficulty” Winston Churchill Streatham Office 270 Streatham High Road London SW16 6HE “We Are Positive EARDLEY ROAD £899,950 FURZEDOWN SW16 SSTC LEWIN ROAD £585,000* STREATHAM SW16 *O.I.R.O (offer in region of) SSTC JOLLY MEWS £619,950 STREATHAM VALE SW16 SSTC DERRY COURT £395,000 STREATHAM SW16 SSTC
  3. 3. Keep You Moving In 2019” Us On That! “If You Are Working On Something That You Really Care About, You Don’t Have To Be Pushed. The Vision Pulls You.” Steve Jobs “I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.” Thomas Jefferson “We Generate Fears While We Sit. We Overcome Them By Action.” Dr Henry Link “When We Help Ourselves We Find Moments Of Happiness. When We Help Others We Find Lasting Fullfillment.” Simon Sinek OAKSESTATEAGENTS.COM 020 3780 0000 FONTAINE ROAD £2500PCM STREATHAM SW16 LET VALLEY ROAD £1900PCM STREATHAM SW16 LET TIERNEY ROAD £1450PCM STREATHAM HILL SW16 LET COMPASS YARD £2600PCM NORBURY SW16 LET
  4. 4. 4 | heart streatham JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 the ImPOrtaNt BIts We hope you enjoy the magazine. see extended versions of our articles at If you have a story for us, or would like to enquire about advertising, contact or call 0208 133 4629 add your event to our website for free! Just go to www/ Heart Streatham is published by Heart Media Limited and is delivered to 17,000 Streatham and Furzedown households. Magazines can be collected from selected local businesses along Streatham High Road and down Greyhound Lane to the end of Streatham Vale and in Furzedown. heart media Limited has endeavoured to ensure all information published in this magazine is correct at the time of publication but take no responsibility for mistakes or omissions. this publication hereby disclaims any liability to any party for loss or damage caused by errors or omissions resulting from negligence, accident, or any other cause. responsibility for the content of advertisements is solely the advertiser's. reproduction of any part of this magazine is only authorised with the written permission of the publisher. all rights are reserved. heart streatham | 4 Belated happy 2019! this month we are focused on health, fitness and wellbeing options in streatham, and with the gyms, yoga studios, classes, and Leisure Centre, as well as 2 commons for sport and running, we have most bases covered locally. We’re delighted to welcome some fantastic new businesses to streatham and have already enjoyed wonderful classes at Yogarise and element Fitness and lunched at Baby spinach. all three have just opened in the same cool new premises in the high Parade on streatham high rd. the Yoga edge hot yoga studio opened in December, and already has a clutch of 5-star reviews from happy local yogis too. Win £50 with @ streatham Use #heartstreatham if you post a local photo on Instagram or twitter (follow us @heartstreatham) to be in with a chance of having it published as our pic of the month and £50. CONTENTS 4 The Gen the latest streatham news, openings, and gossip. 9 My Streatham Valentine Where to enjoy a romantic local 14th February. 10 Streatham Gourmet streatham Kitchen. 12 Heathrow Consultation streatham under proposed new flight paths. 14 History June Whitfield Obituary. 17 Yoga and Gyms in Streatham Wellness and fitness special feature. 32 Vegan and Vegetarian Where to go for great veggie food and drink. 36 What’s On in February. 41 Local Live Music in February. 42 Streatham Ice Hockey redhawks roundup. 44 Directory of Local Businesses and Services. 46 Useful Numbers. Element Fitness Virgin Active Pool
  5. 5. Hundreds of clearance bargins along with special sale prices on new orders 82-84 Mitcham Lane SW16 6NR 020 8769 2205 Limited parking available Winter Sale Ends Saturday 23th February 2019 42% OFF Burnham chair Was £1195 Now £695 40% OFF Oak glass top table Was £595 Now £350 40% OFF Bolero Sofabed Was £1850 Now £1095 50% OFF Parker Knoll Amelia Sofa Was £1895 Now £945 Just some of our amazing bargains:
  6. 6. 6 | heart streatham the Gen The Community garden on streatham Common was voted a joint winner of Incredible edible Lambeth's "Blooming Lambeth" awards 2018. a new vegan takeaway, Vegan express, sister to their acclaimed tooting cafe has opened on mitcham Lane in the old moriscos. Yogarise has also just opened in the high Parade and includes 2 studio spaces, Baby Spinach café (sister to the excellent spinach in east Dulwich), and Element Fitness studio. Phil Lancaster, drummer in David Bowie’s early band Lower Third, recalls playing at Streatham Ice Rink in his new book ‘at the Birth of Bowie’. Luckily no one was seriously hurt when a 118 bus ploughed into a house on Boxing Day in Streatham Vale. Venezuelan gastronomy has opened in the high road in the old Nightingale Café. a new pub, The Vale, formerly the mitcham mint, is opening in Lilian road, streatham Vale within a few weeks. the russian shirt sponsor for Streatham Rovers FC has defaulted. rIP legendary local dame June Whitfield who died in December at the age of 93. the metropolitan Police Service (mPS) has published a “Lambeth and southwark Neighbourhood Policing Update”. Plastic Free Streatham group was founded in November by Jackie Crawford and Nathalie Lees, they aim to work with businesses, community groups and residents to reduce single use plastics in streatham – find them on Facebook and social media. Lambeth Council Streatham Hill Theatre Flash Mob Photo Shoot
  7. 7. heart streatham | 7 NOW SERVING BRUNCH & COFFEE AT WEEKENDS
 FROM 9AM BOOK A TABLE AT CHALKPIT.CO 20-21 THE HIGH PARADE, STREATHAM HIGH RD, SW16 1EX has confirmed Streatham hill Theatre’s asset of Community Value status, valid for 5 years from the original decision after a flash mob photo shoot organised by the Friends of streatham hill theatre attended by over 1000 protestors. Local company, giant Squid Film Lab has opened to offer film scanning, cleaning and restoring for 8mm, super 8mm and 16mm. Cynthia Payne has officially taken her place in history - she’s been included in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Streatham & Tooting Churches Winter Night Shelter runs in February and march, providing food, overnight accommodation, and support for homeless guests, see uk to volunteer. the shelter is located at a different venue each night, including streatham Vale Baptist Church, southcroft Icthus Church, New Covenant Church, and streatham Baptist Church. headmasters, streatham hill, has won the coveted ‘Best salon’ award at the annual headmasters UK awards. Wandsworth Oasis showrooms in Leigham Court road and mitcham Lane are looking for new volunteers. streatham is under potential arrival and departure flight path pockets in the current heathrow airport runway consultation. Safer Valley Rd is a new campaign to reduce speeding, road rage, and pollution caused by idling engines and increasingly heavy traffic coinciding with side roads being made one way. their petition has almost 200 signatures, and they will hold a meeting on 27th February, venue tBa. TfL plans to curtail 11 bus routes serving east and West Croydon stations including the 109, 250, and 50, affecting streatham’s connectivity with Gatwick, hospitals and other key destinations. the tfL consultation, which has now closed, gave reasons including the traffic disruption anticipated during the construction works on the £1.4billion new Westfield shopping mall, for which no start date has yet been confirmed. The Yoga Edge, Picture by L. Laird
  8. 8. 8 | heart streatham 68 Streatham Hill, London, SW2 4RD Tel: 0208 677 6608 - Email: Not Another Estate Agent
  9. 9. heart streatham | 9 Your streatham Valentine We took to twitter, Facebook and Instagram to ask for your favourite romantic spots in streatham top picks for dinner were Streatham Kitchen and hood, with Streatham Wine house third. also mentioned were art and Craft2, Italian Bistro, addomme, Brooks & Gao, Bar 61, the Leigham Well, the Bull, and el Chico’s for a fun vibe, and the hideaway Valentine’s special. streatham WI suggested the manor arms, where “the food is always fantastic, and it can be romantic if the lights are low”. “I always pull in the 5 Bells”, tweeted one of streatham’s great romantics, surpassed only by the guy who suggested sizzler’s opposite streatham station. Nando’s was @streathamworthy’s choice because “it’s the only restaurant in streatham with a queue outside on Valentine’s Day”. @timCrowther’s beloved will be happier, “I can’t think of anything more romantic than grabbing a few choice beers and a decent bottle of wine from art and Craft and enjoying each other’s company in the intimate setting of the streatham Kitchen”. streathamites rated the Rookery as the top spot for romance, with so many special places and views of sunsets over south west London. Clarry mcDonald even suggested a 1960s -style love in on the Common. Brrr! Our streatham Valentines must be Chloe smith (23) from the UK and Daniele marisco (25) from Naples whose love story made international news last month. they met in Ibiza, fell in love by Google translate, and are now living in starry-eyed streatham. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 0491 Email: Web: Welcome Translation Experts Office 25 1 Empire Mews London SW16 2BF For all your translation needs. Welcome Translation Experts are based in Streatham Accurate, reliable and cost-effective translation and interpreting services across over 150 languages All types of certificates, legal, medical and technical documents accepted hideaway Valentine’s special. manor arms, where “the food is always fantastic, and it can be romantic if the lights are low”. “I always pull in the 5 Bells”, tweeted one of streatham’s great romantics, surpassed few choice beers and a decent bottle of wine from art and Craft and enjoying each for romance, with so many special places and views of sunsets over south west London. Clarry mcDonald even suggested a 1960s -style love in on the Common. Brrr! Our streatham Valentines must be Chloe smith (23) from the UK and Daniele marisco (25)
  10. 10. 10 | heart streatham Beady-eyed locals will have noticed a hidden gem opposite the Manor Arms in Mitcham Lane - Streatham Kitchen. With around 16 covers and simple décor, the Roti Brothers of Crystal Palace food truck fame opened their intimate restaurant in spring last year and it could easily be overlooked. But for any serious Streatham foodie, this would be a crime. SW16 Instagram is ablaze with mouth-watering photos of their juicy burgers – and the food lives up to the hype. The chef treated us calamari, not on the menu, which were crisp and came with a fresh salsa. We ordered two appetizers and a starter – the former arriving as ample starter size and the latter big enough to be a main! The Padron peppers were excellently salty (for those of us who have enjoyed the recent Netflix series Salt Fat Acid Heat, the importance of this can’t be overstated) and chicken wings were tangy and dripping in sauce. The starter of pan-fried ripened plantain and coconut bean stew was beautiful, with the stew topped with pansies and served across a whole plantain. This dish was the first of two with a South American flavour from chefs with Venezuelan and Argentinian heritage. We had to try the famous burgers. My companion had the buttermilk chicken chilli pesto burger, which she described as “the right kind of oily”. All burgers are served in a fluffy brioche bun with either sweet potato or rosemary chunky chips. I ate the Pabellon Criollo, a traditional Venezuelan dish of slow cooked shredded beef, black beans, plantain, avocado and a fried egg. The flavours perfectly balanced each other – with the fresh avocado and smooth beans cutting through the salty beef. Streatham Kitchen is (for now) BYOB. We were both doing dry January so stuck to the San Streatham Gourmet visits Streatham Kitchen Rehema Figueiredo
  11. 11. heart streatham | 11 Pellegrino, but with art & Craft a stone’s throw away you could easily use your meal out as an excuse for craft beer or a quality bottle of wine. We had no room for dessert but ordered a mango and passion fruit pavlova anyway - extra calories allowed because not drinking! the meringue was just as it should be, crisp and crumbling with a gooey centre, with the sharp tropical fruit balancing its sweetness. again, the portion was huge for two people let alone one, so make sure you come with an empty stomach. streatham Kitchen is an important part of the ever-growing streatham food scene – offering top quality, innovative dishes packed with flavour. It’s a good idea to book ahead - we saw a couple of groups turned away, or you can order via Deliveroo, where it is rated top in the area. 20 mitcham Lane, SW16 6nn 020 3556 7916 NOW SERVING ROASTS EVERY SUNDAY FROM 1PM, WITH MEAT FROM THE GINGER PIG BOOK A TABLE AT CHALKPIT.CO 20-21 THE HIGH PARADE, STREATHAM HIGH RD, SW16 1EX RD
  12. 12. 12 | heart streatham many of us recently received this leaflet through our letterboxes informing us of the current consultation on heathrow airspace and Future Operations. this is an important issue that could severely impact streatham because the proposals under consideration include changes to airspace, runways, frequency of flights and other factors assuming a third runway will be built at heathrow. even if the third runway is not built, heathrow proposes to make more use of its existing two to increase the number of flights using the airport. all proposals involve changes to flight paths and the prevailing directional guidelines for arriving and departing planes in various wind conditions. the proposals affect noise levels, night flights, and changes to the areas that are overflown. Communities under new flight paths will be the losers in the proposal and winners would gain respite from heathrow’s aircraft noise for the first time. the online consultation has a nifty mapping system in which you can enter your postcode or area and see how your area might be affected. For example, this map is of the new arrivals flight path options scenario for Streatham. We are set firmly in the “losers” category, overflown by up to 47 flights per hour with up to 32 of these per hour making noise over 65 decibels. there are a series of Consultation events taking place, the closest of which looks to be at Wimbledon on tuesday 12 February, 2-8pm at antoinette hotel, the Broadway, sW19 1sD. Please take the time to read and respond to this consultation, which ends at 11.55am on march 4th. For full information and to respond to the Consultation, go to www.heathrowconsultation. com, email at feedback@, or write to Freepost, Lhr aFO Consultation heathrow Consultation send an email to: Contact us to find out more: If you can not come along to an event you can find all the information and take part in the consultation on our website: You can use the postcode checker and videos on the website to help you understand the information and how you might be affected by future flight paths. call our freephone number: 0800 307 7996 (open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm) If you would like a large text or alternative format of this document, please contact us on 0800 307 7996 or go to our website: Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations Consultation 8 January 2019 – 4 March 2019 We are redesigning Heathrow’s future airspace, which will mean new flightpaths over new areas. Please get involved and have your say. In early 2018, we held our first consultation on Heathrow expansion and future airspace. Since then we have been considering feedback and have used it to help shape our emerging plans. Taking account of our earlier consultation, we are now consulting with you again.  Throughout this consultation we would like to hear your views on: • How we plan to redesign the airspace around Heathrow • How we will operate our three runways in the future, if approval is granted for Heathrow expansion • How we can make better use of our two existing runways How to find out more REMEMBER: The deadline for submitting feedback to our consultation is 11.55pm on 4 March 2019. Our skies are changing Get involved and have your say Stay up to date with details of our consultation events by following @LHRConsultation June 2019: Airport Expansion Consultation We plan to hold another consultation in June 2019 about the new runway andphysical infrastructure changes needed for expansion, as well as how we willmanage the effects of how we grow. We will be back in touch to tell you moreabout this consultation. Our consultation is being held between Tuesday 8 January 2019 to Monday 4 March 2019. See inside to find out more about what we are consulting on as part of our Airspace and Future Operations Consultation and how you can take part. Proposed Arrivals flight path - marker is Streatham
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  14. 14. 14 | heart streatham June Whitfield Obituary MARK BERY Streatham’s very own comedy legend sadly passed away on 28 December 2018 at the age of 93. Dame June Rosemary Whitfield was born in Mount Ephraim Lane, Streatham on 11 November 1925 to John and Bertha Whitfield. Her father was Managing Director of Dictograph Telephones (started by her grandfather in Yorkshire) and also a Streatham Councilor in Wandsworth Council. The family later moved to Palace Road. June’s parents were keen amateur actors and she made her stage debut aged three with Robinson’s School of Dancing run by Nancy Robinson, based in Carmichael Hall on the site of the old Streatham bus garage. In November 1937, June was chosen from the dance school to perform at a charity ball in aid of the South London Women’s Hospital at the Streatham Baths. June’s early career included a performance with the Streatham Shakespearean Players in The Winter’s Tale in 1937. June attended Streatham Hill High School (now Streatham and Clapham High School). She was evacuated to Bognor Regis during World War 2, and went to RADA in 1944, embarking on what was to become a magnificent career spanning seven decades. Her first break was a lead role in the radio comedy Take It from Here from 1953, given to her by co-writer Denis Norden. In 1954, The Norwood News took pride in reporting the return of June Whitfield to • Companionship • Meal Preparation • Light Housekeeping • Personal Care • Transportation & Errands • Specialist Dementia Care • Post Operative Support • Holiday & Respite Cover • Managed Live In 24 Care as an alternative to a Care Home QUALITY CARE IN YOUR HOME FROM HOURLY VISITS TO LIVE IN CARE Delivering exceptional quality care, making a difference every day to our clients and your loved ones. 020 8004 9644
  15. 15. 16 | heart streatham the area on 26 February - she appeared as Sally McBride in Love from Judy at the Streatham Hill Theatre watched by her proud parents who had already seen the show five times! TV followed, including appearances with Tony Hancock and in 1966, June played the lead in sitcom Beggar My Neighbour. She also appeared in four Carry On films: Nurse (1959), Abroad (1972), Girls (1973) and Columbus (1992). June had perfect comic timing and was sought after as a partner by many stars like Roy Hudd (also a Streatham resident) in the News Huddlines (writers included Glenn Mitchell, also from Streatham). She was best known as the long-suffering wife in Terry and June (1979) following on from their partnership in Happy Ever after (1974), and of course as Edina’s batty mother in Absolutely Fabulous. June was recognized with many honours and awards, becoming Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2017. June had a season ticket to watch husband Tim’s team, Wimbledon, where she had a season ticket and became President of the Supporters Club. She never forgot her Streatham roots, and returned to the Robinson School of Dancing to present prizes, and to Streatham Hill and Clapham High to events including the Centenary Anniversary celebrations of the School. She also switched on the Christmas tree lights in Streatham in recent memory. June Whitfield was a comedy legend, one of the golden age of British actresses; she will be fondly remembered.
  16. 16. Welcome to Streatham’s new Hot Yoga studio Now open with yoga classes 7 days a week Stretch, sweat, tone and feel good Dedicated beginners’ classes and workshops Introductory offer: 30 DAYS OF YOGA FOR £40 To book visit or download The Yoga Edge app “I feel healthier, fitter and have definitely found an inner peace. All the teachers are excellent”. “Very friendly trainers and atmosphere. Really accessible but still challenging!” “My only regret in joining The Yoga Edge is that I didn’t do it years ago.”
  17. 17. Yogarise Streatham is a five minute walk from Streatham Hill station on Streatham High Road and offers a range of yoga classes to suit all tastes and levels. As well as a stellar line-up of teachers, there are two fab studio spaces, showers and changing facilities. Yogarise is a fun, friendly and welcoming space, with some great membership packages and introductory offers. With everything from Beginners and Pregnancy Yoga, to Ashtanga, Dynamic Vinyasa Flow and Yin, there is sure to be something that will take your fancy. N E W Y O G A S T U D I O membership packages and introductory offers. With everything from Beginners and Pregnancy Yoga, to Ashtanga, Dynamic Vinyasa Flow 24-26 THE HIGH PARADE, STREATHAM HIGH ROAD, LONDON SW16 1EX W E L L , H E L L O @YOGARISELONDON STREATHAM@YOGARISE .LONDON BOOK VIA YOGARISE APPS T R E A T H A M 1 5 % O F F W I T H T H I S C O D E : H E A R T 1 5
  18. 18. Baby Spinach is a lively outdoors-indoors oasis for a rehydrating fresh juice, an energising coffee, a recovery smoothie or some workout maximising protein! The sister cafe to ‘Southwark’s Best Business’ award winning Spinach restaurant in Dulwich, Baby Spinach will wow you with the versatility of its vegetable-centric menu and welcoming vibe. 24-26 THE HIGH PARADE, STREATHAM HIGH ROAD, LONDON SW16 1EX24-26 THE HIGH PARADE, STREATHAM HIGH ROAD, LONDON SW16 1EX S T R E A T H A M ! @ B A BY S P I N A C H L O N D O N Element Fitness offers 45-minute fitness classes inspired by natures elements: earth, water, air and fire. Utilising HIIT, functional training and intensity scaling; workouts are accessible, progressive and sustainable. But health and fitness isn’t just about sweating and crushing workouts. It’s also about recovery. Reset, relax and rejuvenate body and mind with our 2-minute post-workout meditations, so you feel ready to take on the rest of your day. ELEMENT FITNESS EARTH // WATER // AIR // FIRE OPENING TIMES: 06:45 – 19:45
  19. 19. 20 | heart streatham With six gyms, four yoga studios, and a multiplicity of private classes in venues across Streatham is spoiled for fitness choices. With the only Olympic size ice rink in London and the biggest outdoor pool in Europe on our doorstep Streatham is spoilt for health and fitness options. We’ve explored some local gyms, studios, and classes that will inspire you! The Yoga Edge, the recently opened hot yoga studio, is scoring heaps of five-star Google reviews: “Love everything about this yoga studio. It’s the kind of yoga that makes you feel taller on the outside and more smiley on the inside. Brilliant!” Yogarise opened a couple of weeks ago on the High Rd – a truly gorgeous space with 2 purpose-built spacious yoga studios and a range of top-quality teachers who are already attracting full classes. Element Fitness, located with Yogarise, offers 45-minute functional training classes focused alternately on TABATA, METCON, AMRAP and EMOM. Fun workouts with SkiErgs, Airbikes and Atlas stones based on primal movement are accessible, progressive and sustainable. Virgin Active Gym, off Becmead Ave, has weights and cardio rooms and dedicated spin, HIITT studios. There’s a beautiful swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, and a wide range of classes. A Boditrax machine measures metabolic age - depressing at first but motivating! Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre has a big state-of-the-art gym, a HIITT studio, hot yoga studio, two swimming pools and a multi- sport sports hall with a huge range of sports on offer for the whole community. Dancing on Ice stars sometimes rehearse there too. Streatham Studios and Gyms YOGA CLASS Sundays 11.30am - 12.30pm £10 DROP IN CLASS PRIVATE YOGA CLASSES ALSO AVAILABLE Streatham Space Project, The Theatre, Sternhold Avenue, Streatham, SW2 4PA Sam Clarke 07720634536 yogasouthlondon
  20. 20. I CHOOSE A GYM THAT DOESN’T POCKET THE PROFITS Choose no joining fee this January at Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre.
  21. 21. STREATHAM ICE & LEISURE CENTRE Our dedicated High Interval Intensity Training (HIIT) classes throughout the week will help you kick - start your fitness goals this January. Our 30-minute HIIT classes are short bursts of intense exercise alternated with low-intensity recovery periods and use a range of equipment including: • Battle ropes • Tyres • Power bands • Boxing bags • And much more... Get fit and feel better in 2019 by repeatedly switching your body from a fat: burning zone to an aerobic zone, and see the benefits of losing body fat while increasing strength. Book your session today at HIIT THEGROUND RUNNING THIS JANUARY
  22. 22. STREATHAM ICE & LEISURE CENTRE Our Hot Yoga classes take place in our brand new dedicated heated studio 7 times a week. Whatever your age or ability our Hot Yoga classes can help you improve: • Flexibility and balance • Core strength • Muscular and postural strength • Healing while alleviating aches and pains • Reduce stress, aiding better sleep Book your session today at TURN UP THE HEAT WITH HOT YOGA
  23. 23. STREATHAM ICE AND LEISURE CENTRE Whether you're thinking of trying something new or looking to develop your skills, we offer a huge range of lessons and courses that are perfect for getting everyone active and having fun. • Gymnastics • Ice skating • Swimming • Badminton • And much more... Find out more at LEARNSOMETHING NEW IN 2019
  24. 24. If you enjoyed ice skating over the festive period, why not carry on this January. At Streatham Ice Rink we offer a full programme of skating activities for all ages and abilities including: • Ice skating sessions • Lessons and courses • Ice hockey • Birthday party packages • And much more... Skate hire and skate support aids are also available. Find out more at GET YOUR SKATES ON THIS JANUARY
  25. 25. We offer a variety of sports and activities for you and your family to enjoy. • 100-station gym • Ice rink • HIIT zone • Hot yoga studio • Fitness classes • 25m 6-lane swimming pool • 13m teaching pool • Sports hall • Badminton • Swimming lessons • Soft play • Birthday parties • Gymnastics • Holiday activities • Personal training With something for everyone, there’s never been a better time to join. Speak to a member of staff or visit WORK OUT YOUR WAY IN 2019
  26. 26. STREATHAM ICE AND LEISURE CENTRE 390 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 6HX Tel: 020 8677 5758 Better is a registered trademark and trading name of GLL (Greenwich Leisure Limited), a charitable social enterprise and registered society under the Co-operative & Community Benefit & Societies Act 2014 registration no. 27793R. Registered office: Middlegate House, The Royal Arsenal, London, SE18 6SX. Inland Revenue Charity no. XR43398 Streatham STREATHAM PARK GleneagleRd Natal Rd Lewin Rd Lewin Rd Barrow Rd Barrow Rd Pathfield Rd Streatham Common N Streatham Common N Polworth Rd Oakdale Rd LeighamCtRd LeighamCtRd Valleyfield Rd Etherstone Rd Hill House Rd ValleyRd HarboroughRd Belltrees Grove Stanthorpe Rd Wellfield Rd Sunnyhill Rd A216 M itcham Ln W estcote Rd ThraleRd FallsbrookRd Blegborough Rd Dahom ey RdCorsehill Rd Leverson St A23 Conyer’sRd HambroRd Estreham Rd A214 A214 Gleneldon Rd Madeira Rd A216 Am blesideAve EardleyRd EardleyRd StreathamHighRd Greyhound Ln Kempshott Rd Baldry Gardens Heybridge Ave BriarAve Baldry Gardens FontaineRd CopleyPark BraxtedPark Buckleigh Rd TankervilleRd EllisonRd Boradview Rd STREATHAM STREATHAM COMMON LW/01/03/P/1218/01
  27. 27. I CHOOSE A GYM THAT DOESN’T POCKET THE PROFITS Choose no joining fee this January at Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre.
  28. 28. heart streatham | 29 streatham Fit List YOga Yogarise Streatham 020 3096 3158 The Yoga edge 07432 529964 Yoga Forever 07956 551003 Nell Lindsell is one of the most experienced teachers in the business. Vacancies in her classes are sought after, and her yoga holidays are legendary. Jemaste Yoga 020 3889 9814 at the Living room space, Furzedown. Yoga South London sam Clarke works with all levels of students particularly beginners. she is also a reiki master and has classes at the streatham space Project. www.yogasouthlondon. com Wellbeing95 in streatham hill has a selection of classes including aerial yoga, as well as Pilates, ballet, and other fitness classes. Yoga embodied Lotus Yoga Kathleen’s Yoga Carrie Yoga Sarah Squire Yoga John hood Yoga Yoga with Chris Yoga with Lauren donna noble Yoga/CurveSomeYoga Way to go Yoga GYMS Virgin active 020 8769 8686 CrossFit Streatham The gym Streatham Streatham ice and Leisure Centre 020 8677 5758 Fitness First Streatham 020 8835 9100 www. element Fitness 07711 961321 Squats gym 020 8677 8991 if you run a fitness or wellness business in Streatham we don’t know about, please email PiLaTeS halfpenny Pilates Pilates plus Wellness www.pilatespluswellness. com Katie’s Pilates Physio4me SK Bodyworks hope Pilates WeLLneSS The Leigham Practice Shiozawa Wellness Centre www. holistic Ruby Wellbeing95 Aerial Yoga
  29. 29. 30 | heart streatham THE BID TEAM DOES YOGA Namaste! THE BID TEAM DOES YOGA Namaste!Namaste! YOGA EMBODIED I booked online for a Vinyasa Flow class. Not cheap at £15 for a drop-in session, though that seems to be the going rate. There is currently an offer of 5 weeks at £65. On arrival, the room was set up and calming. Only having practiced Hatha yoga, this class was a bit challenging for me, Teacher Anya encouraged us to go with what felt right, but I don’t think this class would be suitable for a complete beginner. There was a mixture of holding poses and stretching together with breathing and meditation. I did not feel relaxed when I left the studio, maybe because I had not practiced for a while or perhaps this style of yoga was not for me. There were 9 of us plus Anya - including 2 men. Although it did not bother me I think this should be mentioned on the website in case people are looking for single sex classes. 136 Streatham High Rd, SW16 1BW Tuesday: 8pm –9:15pm, Thursday 7.30-8.45pm, Vinyasa flow Yoga WELBEING95 YOGA STUDIO & SPA I did Power Vinyasa yoga on a Saturday, 11am. I booked online, though it was a long process. There are many membership options available, all displayed before the single session option I was after. A single session costs £12.99 but the studio is currently offering 14-day trial of unlimited classes at £19.99 which I went for! Later found out this also includes a 20-minute massage in the Spa – Yay! I’m a yoga beginner and hadn’t practised for a few months so I wasn’t sure how this would go. Marieyama, the manager, was very welcoming and helpful. She gave me a tour around the studio and spa - a very clean space and changing rooms were tidy. There were 9 of us including instructor, Stephane, who was a good teacher and made poses attainable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. The class was mixed but mainly female. I left feeling calm and awakened. 95 Streatham Hill, SW2 4UD In the spirit of all things 'New Year, New You' we were asked by our colleagues at Heart Streatham magazine to help review some of the health and fitness options that our fabulous high street has to offer. As a yoga returner (I practiced a lot in my twenties) and almost two decades later I thought it was about time I reintroduced myself to my toes! So, we, the staff team at BID HQ took on the challenge of reviewing a selection of new and established Yoga Studios and classes along the length of our 2.3miles of continuous high street. Whether you live in the hill, central or Common ends of Streatham, you can find a local class that is exactly what you need to feel good. IMAGE COURTESY OF YOGARISE
  30. 30. LYDIALAIRD THE YOGA EDGE This stylish new studio first set up in Crystal Palace 3 years ago and is newly opened in Streatham opposite the Royal Mail Collection Centre on Prentis Road. Already the Yoga Edge Streatham has scored five-star Google reviews to match the Crystal Palace studio! I was greeted warmly by the class instructor, and the studio was also lovely and warm, apparently to allow you to stretch that little bit further whilst detoxifying too. All good for this time of year! I opted for the Hot Dynamic Yoga at Open Level, and there’s a full timetable of classes from early mornings to evening sessions. I think if you had never done Yoga before the Open Level would be a little bit of a struggle, but we were all encouraged to work at our pace in a class of yogis mixed by age, sex, race and gender that felt very inclusive - there was certainly a lot of love in the air. I left feeling hot and sweaty but full of life! It was very easy to sign up as a member online and begin booking classes. I picked the drop-in rate for £16 but they have a great introductory offer of 30 days unlimited yoga for £40. 248A Streatham High Road, SW16 1HS YOGARISE The stunning Yogarise has just opened its doors on up-and- coming High Parade. a five- minute walk from Streatham Hill Station. This is their second venture, the first being at the Bussey Building in Peckham since 2014. The beautifully equipped studios have fantastic facilities and share their home with Element Fitness and Baby Spinach, spawn of acclaimed East Dulwich cafe, Spinach. This a real hang out spot as well as a studio and the vibe is relaxed and welcoming. I did the Dynamic Vinyasa Flow class - energetic but achievable. I wouldn’t suggest a total beginner dive in but having done yoga before I was aware of the poses and encouraged to take it at my own pace. I booked via the Yogarise app which was easy to navigate. The only thing that could have made it even easier would be the ability to pay via PayPal, but that certainly isn’t a criticism. There’s a host of sessions from 7.30 in the morning until 8pm in the evening and lots of day time classes with a broad range of styles and teachers. It would take a bit of sampling to find the right class for you, but at their amazing introductory offer of just £6 for a drop in or £52 for 10 off peak sessions it’s certainly worth giving it a go. 24-26 The High Parade, Streatham High Road, SW16 1EX BETTER YOGA For those of us at the Streatham Common end of the High Road, I was pleasantly surprised to see the wonderful new hot yoga studio at the Leisure Centre. This specially designed studio on the ground floor has heated panels in the ceiling gently warming the room to 32 degrees helping you to stretch. With a selection of classes throughout the week and open from 6am to 10pm there are times to suit everyone. Unfortunately, I was unable to get into one of the classes as they were fully booked (well done all those organised yogis!) but as this is the most reasonably priced drop in class I can totally understand why. The Leisure Centre offers a range of hot yoga and yoga classes and with a monthly class membership at just £30.85 per month this is a great option for those who fancy trying yoga as part of a new health regime this new year. Better Ice & Leisure Centre 390 Streatham High Road, SW16 6HX centre/london/lambeth/ streatham-ice-and-leisure- centre/timetable LYDIALAIRD
  31. 31. 32 | heart streatham Streatham’s eateries have Veganuary and their vegetarian customers covered. We asked local restaurants and bars what’s on the menu for February. Wholemeal Café – a good old favourite with a wide range of vegan and vegetarian dishes. Café Barcelona has vegan nights on 1st and 15th February. Eating Out for Veggies and Vegans The Mere Scribbler has plenty for vegans including pulled Jackfruit burger, beluga lentil, mushroom, rosemary, and sweet potato topped pie, roast aubergine, cauliflower, spinach and chickpea curry, and a vegan full English breakfast. The Railway does chestnut and mushroom roast Wellington on Sundays, and there’s a sweet potato and chick pea burger, stuffed aubergine, chocolate fudge cake and Purity Lawless, a vegan lager. They also offer vegan Prosecco, Sancerre and Sauvignon Blanc, a beautiful French Malbec and Vergel rose from Spain. Baby Spinach Just opened at The High, Streatham High Rd. The restaurant in East Dulwich has rave reviews, and we can’t wait for Chalkpit brunches include mashed avocado or ratatouille and baked eggs on potato bread toast, mushroom and quinoa bun, charcoal baked leek flatbread, & skewers pf portobello, chestnut and shitake mushroom skewers. Sunday roasts include vegetable, lentil and hazelnut Exhibit B events include films, bottomless brunch, and now karaoke! They sent pics of their veggie and vegan food options - Caesar Salad, Vegan Burger and Greek Salad. Vegan Wines at The Railway Stuffed Aubergine Jackfruit wrap at the Mere Scribbler
  32. 32. YOGA HOLIDAYS in the UK and abroad Suitable for all abilities Find out more at Relax, unwind, share good food, company and fun with like-minded people on and off the mat! with Fenella Lindsell, yoga teacher with 30 years experience
  33. 33. 34 | heart streatham the full menu but can assure you that their open sandwiches are delicious. the menu is plant- centric, not veggie, though there are plenty of great vegan and veggie options. Virgin Active Streatham 20 Ockley Road, London SW16 1UB FOR A FREE DAY TRIAL OR TO JOIN CALL 0333 3635 541 All your fitness needs in one place on one membership. Blackbird Bakery – offers vegan snacks including roasted butternut squash, rocket, aubergine and caramelised onion tart. hood – Fancy vegan? sophisticated dishes like herb roasted Jerusalem artichokes, celeriac puree, kale, pickled girolles and truffle dressing with a side of steamed seasonal greens are on the menu – yum! nando’s – tight budget? Vegan wraps, burgers, and pitta, Nando’s style! Streatham Wine house a great selection of sparkling, White, Orange & red wines ranging from £20 - £44 and for the rest of Veganuary all vegan bottle of wines are 20% off too! Look out for the new streatham branch of tooting fave, Vegan express for delivery or take out, and soon Tribe Vegan Café and workspace in streatham hill. Follow @ heartstreatham on instagram and Twitter to hear the latest news and offers. Baby Spinach Open Sandwich
  34. 34. Whatever you need to compete, perform or just simply to walk without pain, your chariots should be comfortable, reliable and essential for your well-being. We’ve 100 years of combined foot care expertise, plus a wealth of other specialists to help keep you on track, even if you’re aiming for the Olympics. Biomechanical Assessments & Gait Analysis, Podiatry, Sports Massage Therapy, Masters Level Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Low Level Laser Therapy OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK AND FOUR LATE EVENINGS Leigham Practice, 8 Leigham Hall Parade, Streatham High Road, SW16 1DR See our capabilities at CHARIOTSOFFIRE? or Chariots of Dire? 020 8769 7409
  35. 35. 36 | heart streatham in November 2nd February – Furzedown Community network agm 6.00pm at the Furzedown Project, 93 moyser rd, sW16 6sJ, 3rd February – Cuppa with a Copper Community Contact Session with Officers from streatham Wells, st Leonards and/or streatham south Wards. Big Bad Wolf Coffee, 12 mitcham Lane, sW16. 2.00-3.00pm 3rd February - Streatham and marlborough Ladies Cricket Team training starting sundays 5.00-7.00pm at alleyn’s school. New players welcome 3rd February – alpha Course ‘alpha’ – an opportunity to explore life and ask any Christian questions in a friendly, open and informal environment. try ‘alpha’ over 10 weeks. streatham Baptist Church, 22 Lewin road sW16 6Jr 4th February – Talk- The history of Wandsworth Prison a streatham society talk by stewart mcLaughlin 8.00pm. Woodlands Centre, 16 Leigham Court road, sW16 6th February – Film – a Plastic Free Ocean Plastic Free streatham host a movie night at the exhibit B from 7.00-9.00pm. Plastic Free streatham work with businesses, community groups and residents to reduce single use plastics in streatham. 5 streatham high rd, sW16 1eF. 7th February – Cuppa with a Copper Police Officers from Streatham Wells, St Leonards and/or streatham south Wards Alleyn’s presents All@Alleyn’s - an engaging series of lectures and workshops delivered by our subject specialists. Events are free and open to all the community: Free Lectures and Workshops at Alleyn’s School To book event tickets visit To learn more about Alleyn’s 400 activities visit All@Alleyn’s forms part of our celebrations to mark the 400th anniversary of Edward Alleyn’s foundation of his College of God’s Gift. We would be delighted if you could join us! Tuesday 26 February, 5.00pm The Psychology of Evil Wednesday 27 March, 6.00pm Pasta-making workshop Wednesday 24 April, 5.00pm Shakespeare: a potted history of the ‘upstart crow' Thursday 16 May, 6.30pm Elizabethans in film followed by a screening of ‘Shakespeare in Love' Monday 17 June, 7.00pm Camille Pissarro at work in Dulwich Wednesday 26 June, 2.15pm The Letterpress Workshop Tuesday 16 July, 1.30-4.30pm A Beginner's Guide to Family History Tuesday 23 July, 1.30–4.30pm Family History Surgery Tuesday 17 September, 5.00pm Edith Wharton, the short story and the magazines Tuesday 8 October, 7.00pm Holistic Development though Sport Thursday 28 November, 7.00pm Why is Tolkien so popular? f th Holistic Development through Sport
  36. 36. 38 | heart streatham community contact session. Streatham Ice & Leisure Centre, 390 Streatham High Rd, SW16. 2.00-3.00pm 9th February – Streatham RedHawks v Milton Keynes Thunder Ice Hockey match 5.30pm – KIDS GO FREE with a copy of this magazine. Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre. 9th February – The Engine Shed A special interest group for children and young people with autism who like trains 2.00-4.00pm anyone can come. 4.00-5.00pm Teenagers and adults Loads of Brio, Ertl, Tomy and Hornby layouts to play with. Streatham Youth and Community Centre, 51 Conyers Road, SW16 6LS 10th February – Open Deck Vinyl Session South London Vinyl Experience oversee ‘Open Deck’ Sunday Session Open Deck 45’s. Come along a play your favourite vinyl. 5.00-9.00pm. The Furzedown Pub, 118 Mitcham Lane, SW16 6NR 13th February – Art Exhibition - Harold Sohlberg (1869-1935) The new exhibition showcasing the original landscapes of the Norwegian symbolist artist, Dulwich Picture Gallery. Runs until 2nd June. 13th February – Cuppa with a Copper At Café Barcelona, 344 Streatham High Rd, SW16. 8.00-9.00am 16th February – Rookery Farmer’s Market Bringing fresh and local produce to Streathamites 9.30am-2.30pm 16th February – RedHawks v Peterborough Phantoms Ice Hockey Match 1. 5.30pm Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre. 16th February – The Horniman Museum and Gardens, Lego Brick Wonders “Brick Wonders”. Amazing wonders from around the world made entirely from LEGO® bricks Runs until 27th October. 16th February – Workshop- Build Your Own Terrarium Demi-John terrarium 11.00am-12.45pm, Jar terrarium 1.30-2.45pm Streatham Common Community Garden, Covington Way, Streatham, SW16 3BX for ticket details 18th February – South London in Film Streatham Society talk by Tony Fletcher including film clips 8.00pm. Woodlands Centre, 16 Leigham Court Road, SW16 20th February – Cuppa with a Copper Streatham Tate Library, Tate Library, 63 Streatham High Rd, SW16. 5.00-6.00pm 22nd and 23rd February– The Furzedown Panto Furzedown Community Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Furz. A musical interpretation with a local flavour. A family performance with a live band and local actors aged 7-70! Friday 7.00pm. Saturday 2.00pm and 7.00pm Tickets £8.00 Mobility issues can be addressed, call 07951 803 274. Graveney School, Welham Road, London SW17 9BU 24th February – British Light Music with the Mark Fitz-Gerald Orchestra A concert at the British Home. 3.00pm. Tickets £7 for adults and £5 for concessions with tea and coffee included. Crown Lane, London SW16 3JB. 24th February – Streatham Ice Hockey v Swindon Wildcats 6.45pm Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre. Add your event to our website for free. Go to what's on continued
  37. 37. heart streatham | 39 Outings For Older South Londoners For further details and a membership pack please contact Steve Perry, Project Coordinator: Tel: 020 8769 1564 (office hours) Email: If you have family or friends in South London who are over 55 and might be interested, why not pass this information on to them? r South Londoners (OOSL) 55’s get out and about eigham Court Road, London, SW16 2NF 564 (9am-6pm with voicemail) Eltham Palace London Transport MuseumWestminster Abbey We are a small South London charity organising social events and outings to places of interest, for example museums and gardens, for people over 55.
  38. 38. B R O OM WO O D HA L L L OW E R S C HO O L BOYS & GIRLS 4-8 Nurturing inquisitive minds since 1984 3 G arrad’s Road, Streatham, SW16 1JZ Admissions: 020 8682 8830 Registrations for entry into our 2020 Reception classes close on 31 March 2019
  39. 39. Live music Café Barcelona 344A Streatham High Road, SW16 6HH 8th February - the Latin Formula - International hits with a Latin twist - 3-piece band. Doors 7pm, music at 8.30pm. Free entry. 14th February Valentine special with swingbeat singer andy Prosser and his quartet play Jazz, Brazilian and swing music. Doors 7.00pm, music 8.00pm. tickets £10 /adv. £12 at door 22nd February the Latin Bridge - Brazilian bossa nova, Cuban music and traditional songs. Doors 7pm, music at 8.30pm. Free entry The Five Bells 68-70 Streatham High Rd, SW16 1PH All music starts at 9.30pm 2nd February Back to the 70’s and 80’s with Donna D’sylva. 9th February moss -rock, Latin. 16th February Karl schilg, pop, rock & country classics. 23rd February meat Diva with Phil Green as seen on Britain’s Got talent The Hamlet 10 Streatham High Rd, SW16 1DB Live piano Every Thursday from 8.00pm The White Lion 232 Streatham High Rd, London SW16 1BB Every Monday. Open mic nights. 8.00pm Trio Pizzeria 19 The High Parade, Streatham High Rd, SW16 1EX Music starts at 7.30pm 1st, 8th, 15th, 16th & 22nd February tJ Johnson Duo play piano, guitar and vocals. 2nd, 9th February adrian reid plays solo piano. 23rd February michael storey plays piano, vocals and harmonica heart streatham | 41 WATCH EVERY
  40. 40. 42 | heart streatham Ice hockey Update streatham enter a busy February looking to maintain some momentum and build on recent big crowds at streatham Ice arena. three home games on consecutive weekends give the team the perfect platform to climb up the table and secure a higher seed for the post season Play-Offs. recent victories over Basing- stoke Bison and Invicta Dynamos on home ice have boosted the local support, with the game against the Bison decided on penalty shots. “It was good to bounce back after a poor end to 2018” said head Coach, Jeremy Cornish. “We started the year with a great attitude skating hard and battling for every puck, and now it’s good to see that returning in our performances.” as I write, streatham are in 6th position in the National Ice hockey League with 16 games to go. In February the team host mK thunder, Pe- terborough Phantoms and swindon Wildcats in an action-packed schedule. the redhawks are still without the injured rupe Quiney and Nate Gregory but are otherwise at full strength. streatham recently handed a debut to local teenage goalie Brett shepherd who helped his team to beat Invicta Dynamos 5-3. shepherd rose through the ranks of the junior club at streatham that has teams ranging from under 7’s all the way up to u18’s. “having Brett make a start was a real positive” continued Cornish. “It’s always a big test for young kids to break through into senior hockey and really pleasing to see Brett is a local boy. “ KidS FOR a Quid Bring a copy of this magazine along to the game against milton Keynes thunder at 5.30pm on saturday 9th February and be eligible for the kids for a quid offer. maximum of 2 children per full paying adult go for just £1. ticket prices are £12 for adults and £7 for concessions. Kids under 5 go free. The staff, volunteers, children and young people of Streatham Youth and Community Trust thank Streatham Choral Society for donating proceeds from their Christmas Carol Concert. Every penny donated to SYCT goes directly into providing services for children and families. Most of our services are free or very low cost and accessible to all young people living in and around Streatham. From school holiday clubs,youth clubs, homework clubs, young carers' projects and intiatives for disabled young people, SYCT puts the needs of local children first. To find out more, make a donation or investigate volunteering go to HNY2019 DAVID CARR
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  42. 42. 44 | heart streatham16 | HEART STREATHAM New Build/Building Extensions Full drawings prepared and submitted with good local authority planning approval rates. 07961 407067 Ali’s Car Service Mechanical repairs, accident repair, MOT tests, bodywork & painting, servicing, tyre fitting, air conditioning & more. 12-14 Gleneldon Mews SW16 2AZ 020 8677 6618 Clip Theatre Quality affordable drama groups for little stars aged 5 - 11 with experienced vetted staff. Book 1st session FREE. 07564 847314 Angella’s Kitchen Cooking School 5* Food Hygiene Exploring workplace challenges Team Building Caribbean Style Private Groups welcome 020 8133 5126/07979 777862 Right Stuff Design A local independent graphic design company helping clients tell their story and influence change. Think. Create. Inspire. 020 8696 0101 No1 Gardens Garden Maintenance & Soft Landscaping, Services include Maintenance, Fences, Artificial Lawns & Planting 07941 056759 Natural, Vegan, Anti-aging Skincare range for Women & Men by Arbonne Also Hair, Makeup and Healthy Nutrition. Call 07904 521694 for discount code to buy online. 45 day Money Back guarantee Eczema, Dermatitis, Dry or sensitive skin? NATURAL ORIGIN use the finest ingredients derived from nature to care naturally for your skin. 020 8099 6513 Mediworld Visit our store or website for a full range of mobility, first aid, medical & surgical equipment. Serving Streatham since 1973 444-446 Streatham High Road 020 8764 1806 Need Physiotherapy or Osteopathy? Or get the best of both from one person. Visit our experienced team 7 days with 4 evenings Call us now 020 8769 7409 Fertility, IVF, Women’s Health, Menopause Susana Pires, British Acupuncture Council Member, provides special interest support Call today on 020 8769 7409 Total Foot Care 7 days a week From basic foot care to complex problems and advanced solutions. We treat feet. Complete. Talk to the team 020 8769 7409 Registered Dietitian In Streatham Weight loss, heart health, diabetes and more. Tailored nutritional advice. Meal planning. 07960 686435 French Polishing & Antique Repair Complete repair and restoration service from antiques to mid- century furniture. Hand and spray polish service. E&A Wates 020 8769 2205 Caning, Rushing & Gilding Antiques or mid-century furniture including Danish cord. Oil & water gilding to paintings and mirror frames. E&A Wates 020 8769 2205 Reupholstery & Loose Covers Traditional & modern work from members of the Assoc. of Master Upholsterers with the best fabric library in S London. E&A Wates 020 8769 2205 E&A Wates Emma, our interior designer works alongside clients to create beautiful rooms using fabric, wallpaper, paint, lighting, carpets, furniture and inspiration! 020 8769 2205 Maple and Rook Ltd Locally based Interior Design firm offering a range of refurbishment and styling services for beautiful living. For sale GRAND PIANO dark walnut 54” width Stroud 1928 and matching duet stool, excellent quality and condition. £1,500 or near offer. Collect Streatham Park. 020 8769 6129. Dream Doors From a simple door swap (wide variety of styles & colours to suit) to a complete new kitchen installation. 10A Sunnyhill Road SW16 2UH 020 8696 9699 DESIGNERS INTERIOR DESIGN CHILDREN’S SERVICES HEALTH & BEAUTY FURNITURE RESTORATION HEALTH SERVICES STREATHAM DIRECTORY YOUR LOCAL SUPPLIERS GARDEN MAINTENANCE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES AUTO MECHANICS KITCHENS COOKERY SCHOOLS ITEMS FOR SALE
  43. 43. heart streatham | 4516 | HEART STREATHAM from major brands with service including measuring, fitting, tracks & poles. E&A Wates 020 8769 2205 SignLondon Exterior signs, interior signs, vinyl banners, vehicle graphics, graphic design and print, 07785 755758, 020 8773 5978 Martin Haughey Electrics Domestic Rewiring, Repairs, Fault Finding, Inspection & Testing, Electrical Condition Reports PAT Testing. 07961 433801 Welcome Translation Experts Translations for the Courts, Home Office and government agencies TRADES Free quotations 020 7091 0491 info@welcometranslationexperts. 1 Empire Mews SW16 2BF Thriftys Retro A professional upcycling company specialising in beautiful bespoke vintage and retro furniture. We also collect unwanted furniture 07944 271148 STOP SMOKING START VAPING Specialists in electronic cigarettes. Recommended by the NHS, illy Coffee bar, smoothies, milkshakes & soft drinks Caffe Vape. 13 Leigham Hall Parade SW16 1DR Prioritise and achieve your goals for self, family, home, career and business. Book your taster session for £20 today! Call: 07534 507 397 Dr Doolittles 2 Pet Shop & Grooming Established shop with advice on all aspects of pet care! Licensed to sell a variety of live pets inc. aquaria 57-59 Streatham Hill, SW2 4TX 020 8671 6760 Nick Wright Photography Bespoke Website Photography Portraits - Product Photography Affordable Professional Photography. 07753 640397 Isabella Panattoni Photography Local mum and photographer that specialises in family and commercial photography. Beautiful images that will last forever Fix. The IT & Watch Repair Centre Apple, PC, Mobile, Consoles, Watch, Jewellery & clock repairs to manufacture specification. 58 Streatham High Rd SW16 1DA 020 8769 3510 Anthony Gold We specialise in many different areas of law. Our solicitors are experts in their fields committed to doing whatever is best for our clients. 020 7940 4060 Curtains & Blinds Beautifully made using fabric PHOTOGRAPHY REPAIRS PETS ORGANISING MUMS SIGNS .BANNERS .PRINT VAPE CAFÉS/SHOPS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SOFT FURNISHINGS TRANSLATION SERVICES ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS toover50,000peoplehere from £10 a month. Contact UPCYCLING SERVICES WouldyouliketoadvertiseinHeartStreathamMagazineandreachover50,000 readerswithamonthlycirculationof17,000throughoutSW16andSW2?Wehave beenofferingnews,viewsandinformationfornearly5yearstothecommunity. Post, Parcel & Print Centre Tel: 0208 677 3566 email: 10 Streatleigh Parade, Streatham High Road Authorised Ship Centre Sameday UK and Express International Service We take extra care of your urgent and valuable items *Pack and Send service
  44. 44. 46 | heart streatham Police (non-emergency) 101 Water (24 hrs) 0800 714614 Gas (24 hrs) 0800 111999 Electricity (24 hrs) 0800 316 3105 Lambeth Council Emergency 020 7926 1000 Train information 03457 484950 Streatham Business Improvement District 020 8835 7067 Streatham Job Centre Plus 0345 604 3719 Streatham Library 020 7926 6768 Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre 020 8677 5758 Age UK Lambeth 020 7346 6800 Citizens Advice Bureau – One Lambeth0800 254 0298 Samaritans 08457 909090 Domestic Violence Helpline 0808 2000 247 Chuka Umunna MP (local surgery) 020 8835 7062 Childline (Freephone) 0800 1111 Streatham Hill Safer Neighbourhoods Team 07920 233842 Streatham Wells Safer Neighbourhoods Team 020 8721 2823 Streatham South Safer Neighbourhoods Team 020 8721 2628 St Leonards Safer Neighbourhoods Team 020 8721 2621 Lambeth Law Centre 020 7737 9781 Lambeth Victim Support 020 7820 0007 St George’s Hospital 020 8672 1255 Kings College Hospital (KCH) 020 3299 9000 St Thomas’ Hospital 020 7188 7188 Maudsley Hospital 020 3228 6000 Guy’s Hospital 020 7188 7188 Streatham High Practice 020 3049 4850 Streatham Hill Group Practice 020 3049 5120 Valley Road Surgery 020 8769 2566 The Exchange Surgery 020 3049 4888 National Childbirth Trust (Streatham NCT) 020 8752 9125 Streatham Out of Hours GP 020 8693 9066 Streatham Out of Hours Dentist 020 8299 5509 Ambulance non-emergencies 020 7887 6678 Council Switchboard 020 7926 1000 Housing Benefit/Council Tax Enquiries0345 302 2312 Noise Nuisance 020 7926 5000 Families Information Service (childcare) 020 7926 9558 Environment and Streets 020 7926 9000 Because we you, here’s the contact list to keep by the phone – important numbers in the area for emergencies, plus ones that you’ve always wanted to have to hand. Do feel free to request numbers you think should be here, so we can add to the list. Useful Numbers
  45. 45. Protect your loved ones, Make a Will When did you last update your will? 020 8765 2700 496 Streatham High Road
  46. 46. We’ll get you moving in 2019 Savills Streatham and Tooting Carrie Scott 020 8673 4111 | 07807 999160 Apparently I’m very ‘on trend’ right now... So I hear…