212A Selhurst Road, SE25 6XU
Visit Little Mouse, an Edwardian shop in South Norwood with original wooden frontage and fascia that is now an artisan cheesemonger.
Selhurst, Norwood Junction
410, 196, 75
Visit Little Mouse at 212A Selhurst Road, an Edwardian shop in South Norwood with original wooden frontage and fascia that is now an artisan cheesemonger.
On display within the shop will be an exhibition outlining the history of the shop explaining the architectural and social history and plans for restoring the frontage as part of the South Norwood HAZ. You will see the shop’s historic fabric, showing clearly how the original 1850s building was remodelled in the 1900s.
In addition to historic photographs of the high street, you will be able to see the proposed plans for further restoration work of this beautiful historic building, as well as works in progress - tile and fascia restoration - and have an opportunity to chat with the shop owner who has uncovered its fascinating history.
Drop in / Talk
The purpose-built library is a fine example of brutalist architecture. Built by Hugh Lea, Borough Architect for Croydon, in 1968 the main volume shows miesian influence with an abundance of natural light, interrupted by a concrete cuboid.
Hugh Lea , 1966
Drop in / Guided tour
theatre, entertainment, community/cultural, mixed use, concert/performance space
A public hall, theatre and gallery in grand Edwardian style. Grade II listed, Stanley made fun of the Victorian style with grand ornamentation. It reflects Stanley's interest in science, the arts and public cultural improvement.
William Ford Robinson Stanley, 1903
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