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  • 000: Numerical Index to The Norwood Review 1-99

    and Development Committee on 2nd February. 100 members. Publicity details. Article ‘The Changing Face of Norwood’ by Alan Warwick. Planning information. No 2. Spring 1960. Obit Mrs Jenkins. Petition Beaulieu Heights result. ‘80 years ago’. Planning...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/191-numerical-001-099.html
  • 000: Numerical Index to The Norwood Review 100-199

    complex on the Parade). Christchurch, Gipsy Hill rebuild. ‘Of course, there were two fires’ by Joan Warwick (the 1867 fire at Crystal Palace). ‘Bring Back The Palace’ result of questionnaire at the Subway Superday. ‘30th November 1936’ – the Fire by...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/192-numerical-100-199.html
  • Books For Sale

    £1.60 The walk will introduce a number of colourful Victorian characters and their grand homes The Phoenix Suburb Alan Warwick - reprinted in softback version. Sadly we no longer have a stock of this book Download the PDF index to this book The Beulah...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/books-for-sale.html
  • Norwood Past

    well produced and researched record of the past 250 years of life in Norwood, and is an admirable companion to Alan Warwick’s ‘Phoenix Suburb’ which, although written in 1972 and revised in 1982 by the Norwood Society, is still essential reading for...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/book-reviews/31-norwood-past.html
  • 164: Little Did I Know...

    Close, I in Bradley Road. The colourful career of Mary Nesbitt is described by John Coulter in Norwood Past and by Alan Warwick in The Phoenix Suburb. One of Mrs. Nesbitt’s ‘close acquaintances’ was Augustus Harvey, 3rd Earl of Bristol. I was appointed...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/169-little-did-i-know.html
  • 096: Puzzles about the Norwood Brewery

    cannot be correct as the High Street was a Commissioners’ road not existing until the 19th century. The author quoted Alan Warwick in defence – there is a reference to the King’s Head in the account of money spent in beating the bounds reproduced in the...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/139-puzzles-about-the-norwood-brewery.html
  • The Norwood Review

    The Changing Face of Norwood Bentham Fabian; Westow Villa to Rosetta Court; St Margaret’s – Some Further Thoughts Alan Warwick: A Tribute; The Pauper Memorial Plaque; John James Smith and ‘SNAPS’; Notes from the Norwoods; Local History; Planning; Robert...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/norwood-review.html
  • 000: Numerical Index to The Norwood Review 200+

    The Changing Face of Norwood Bentham Fabian; Westow Villa to Rosetta Court; St Margaret’s – Some Further Thoughts Alan Warwick: A Tribute; The Pauper Memorial Plaque; John James Smith and ‘SNAPS’; Notes from the Norwoods; Local History; Planning; Robert...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/176-numerical-200-299.html
  • Emile Zola - Photographer

    captions have been carefully researched and written by a team of the local history group including our founder member Joan Warwick, now sadly deceased, and nicely translated by Chantal Morel of the French Institute. Without going into technical details,...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/book-reviews/177-emile-zola-photographer.html
  • 149: Replace The Vicar’s Oak

    Ruth mentioned the other outstanding oak trees in the area and Upper Norwood itself, the Vicar’s Oak. According to Alan Warwick in his book ‘The Phoenix Suburb’ this tree stood at the high point in Norwood where four parishes met, Lambeth, Croydon,...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/170-replace-the-vicars-oak.html
  • 141: All Saints’ Churchyard in Victorian Times

    of the actions taken in 1868-9, following excessive burials in the churchyard, see Chapter 6 of The Phoenix Suburb by Alan Warwick.

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/150-all-saints-churchyard-in-victorian-times.html
  • 053: Founding The Norwood Society

    public for 10 days and during that time more than 3,000 people paid to see it. Extracted from The Phoenix Suburb by Alan R Warwick

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/123-founding-the-norwood-society.html
  • 050: Pubs and Tea Gardens - Norwood in the early 19th Century

    were the Beulah Spa gardens. Further along Beulah Hill were strawberry gardens. An extract from The Phoenix Suburb, by Alan Warwick

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/122-pubs-and-tea-gardens-norwood-in-the-early-19th-century.html
  • 052: Mendelssohn in Norwood

    was duly salvaged to be retained as a wistful echo of those distant days. Extracted from The Phoenix Suburb, by Alan R. Warwick Later research sent to the Editor in 2011 shows that Thomas Attwood married Mary Denton, and they had 6 sons and 1 daughter -...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/121-mendelssohn-in-norwood.html
  • 051: Railways of Norwood

    the most magnificent on the outskirts of London and ideal for the purpose. Extract from The Phoenix Suburb by Alan R Warwick

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/118-railways-of-norwood.html
  • 060: 100 years of Harold Road

    The first house in the road was built in 1882 on a 99-lease: my house, built in 1899, was given an 82-year lease. As Alan Warwick tells in his delightful book, ‘The Phoenix Suburb’, there were only a few cottages between Beulah Hill and Central Hill in...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/113-100-years-of-harold-road.html
  • 088: Prince Albert and the Crystal Palace

    London’s marvellous model of Paxton’s Palace’ and a Parian-ware model of ‘The Great Slave’. (In ‘The Phoenix Suburb’, Alan Warwick notes that an outcry led to similar, life-size statues having to be covered up at Sydenham.). Albert supported similar...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/103-prince-albert-and-the-crystal-palace.html
  • 070: Paxton’s Folly

    hidden store to reservoirs and tanks on the summit of Norwood Ridge has been fully described by our late friend Alan Warwick in his excellent ‘The Phoenix Suburb’. Even this was not enough for our dreamer; the Folly demanded the pressure of water to be...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/101-paxtons-folly.html
  • 002: The Changing Face of Norwood - 1890

    The Changing Face of Norwood - 1890 Published Alan R Warwick 1960 Sixty years ago Upper Norwood was conscious of itself as a sequestered retreat from the bustle of London: a place of natural beauty abounding in sylvan walks and picturesque drives....

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/81-the-changing-face-of-norwood-1890.html
  • 005A: Sir Ninian Comper

    the youthfulness and enthusiasm that have always been the keynote of the vital personality of Sir Ninian Comper. Alan R. Warwick Note: Sir Ninian died on 22nd December 1960 - this article was written and printed before knowledge his death, although it...

    https://www.norwoodsociety.co.uk/articles/78-sir-ninian-comper.html

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