With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s only fair to spread the love to the Catford businesses that hold a special place in our hearts. Catfordians can get in touch and tell us their #CatfordCrush by sending us their stories and photos through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook or a good old fashioned love letter. The business with the most love will receive a special prize!
Monthly Catford Food Market
Catford has a long tradition of street markets, dating back to the 1800s when the neighbourhood’s very first market first started. Now, Team Catford is celebrating this tradition and launching the Catford Food Market. On Sunday 25th March and on the last Sunday of every month, the market will showcase some of South East London’s premier street food entrepreneurs and crafters.
Traders include Raastawala, Brett and Bailey, Van Dough, Jerk Off and Three Hounds Beer Shop.
Team Catford will also be there to listen to your views.
Upcoming Consultation Events
We now have over 1,300 comments on Commonplace and we want to hear more! Every single comment will be seen by the architects who will draw up the masterplan for the regeneration of the town centre. Here’s a list of our forthcoming consultation events. Pop by and make sure you have your say!
Saturday 24th February, 11am-2pm: Catford Library
Saturday 3rd March, 10:30am – 12:30pm, Catford South Assembly, St Laurence Church Hall, Bromley Road
Wednesday 14th March, 7-9pm, Rushey Green Assembly, Civic Suite
Sunday 25th March, 10am -4pm, Catford Food Market, Catford Broadway
Saturday 28th April, 11am-2pm: Catford Library
Sunday 29th April, 10am -4pm, Catford Food Market, Catford Broadway
Reporting problems and issues
Team Catford is here to make sure that everyone who lives, works, socialises, commutes or runs a business in Catford has their say as our community changes. As part of this we are collecting your thoughts, views and opinions on our interactive map.
While we are always keen to hear what you think, please note that if you would like to report an issue relating to areas such as flytipping and anti –social behaviour , then you should go directly to Lewisham Council who will be able to assist you further. Please contact Lewisham Council for more information.