Shops affected by the flood and their likely re-opening dates:
Artimidorus: Possibly Dec
Bon Velo: Open for bike maintenance, shop open Nov/Dec.
Tales on Moon Lane: Open now
The Illusioneer: Open Now
Just Williams: Open Now
Kindred Bakery: Open now.
Duo Dance: Open now.
Fringe Hairdressers: Open now.
Mary Russell: End November
RJ Electrical: unknown at this stage.
Oxfam Bookshop: Nov/Dec
Burnett Ware and Graves: Open now (refurb still happening).
Number 22: Dec/Jan
Mimosa: Now open
Fourways Pharmacy: Open now
Brockwell Pharmacy: open for prescriptions - shop later
Londis supermarket: Dec
Half Moon Pub: Feb-June 2014
Pizza Express: Nov 12
Cafe Provencal: Jan/Feb 2014
Saz Restaurant: Now Open
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Do you love your local market?
If you do then Herne Hill market needs your vote!
We are entered into the national awards to be the best Social Enterprise Market in Britain. Herne Hill market is run by the local community and traders in association with CCFM. It brings loads of people into the area to shop at the market and local traders. All proceeds from the market are re-invested in the immediate area and to help put on the events such as music, childrens workshops, art displays and other events.
It would be great if we got some national recognition for the hard work done by so many volunteers and traders to get the market up and running and to put on all the events that take place there from the music, the childrens workshops, food prep and cooking lessons and generally just being a nice place to meet.
It is really easy to vote, just click here, enter the name "herne Hill" and click on Vote - Easy!
The Herne Hill Market team.
Met Police encourage anyone with information about the Lambeth bus assault in which a woman was knocked unconscious to call DC Detective Constable Kyla Mulley of Lambeth CID on 020 8649 2196 or report information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. The assault happened in August but police have just released bus CCTV footage. See: http://www.lbc.co.uk/london-bus-attack-woman-knocked-unconscious-82271