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The Medieval garden at the rear of the house can only be accessed by the public when the Medieval Hall is open to visitors (dates above)

What’s more, our lovely clients can use their car park for FREE.

Schools Some middling primaries, though Granton, the Sherwood, Stanford, Woodmansterne and Kensington Avenue are all "good", says Ofsted. Secondaries: Norbury Manor for Girls is "outstanding"; Archbishop Lanfranc is "satisfactory", though "some key aspects are good, others outstanding".

Located right in the middle of Streatham and Norbury, we can easily be found next door to Lidl – just off Streatham High Road.

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Though considered to belong to the London Borough of Croydon about one third of the district (from Stanford way) crosses over to the London Borough of Merton. Moreover, another third of the district from Streatham High Road and Hermitage Lane crosses over to the London Borough of Lambeth (Norbury finishes at Kempshott Road).

As the unfenced river bank is accessible beyond the garden children should be supervised when using the Manor garden.

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Henryka Handzlik "Satyam yoga centre – an oasis of serenity on the busy London Road."

The buses in Norbury = 109, 50, 250, 255, 450 (goes past Green Lane to Spa Hill) and buses in Pollards Hill because Pollards Hill is techinically in Norbury as London Road in Norbury has two roads called Pollards Hill North and Pollards Hill South to the London Borough of Merton as Pollards Hill(a small district in Norbury) is in the London Borough of Croydon and the London Borough of Merton as well.

We are delighted to have brought our brand of high quality veterinary care at amazingly low prices to Norbury!

#Sharpei 'Blue' came to see us this morning, despite the weather, and enjoyed a much deserved post-consult biscuit!

Norbury Manor is located within a working National Trust garden. The woodland walk and wider garden area may be accessed by members of the public at any time.

We welcome your views on Norbury Manor and these can be provided via our online survey.

Norbury is a district in the London Borough of Croydon. It shares the postcode London SW16 with nearby Streatham. Norbury is 6.7 miles (10.8 km) south of Charing Cross.

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The open fire in the snug at Norbury Manor, Derbyshire

Offers: Holiday cottage guests have free entry to Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood.

The kitchen and dining area at Norbury Manor, Derbyshire

One of the stain glass windows at Norbury Manor, Derbyshire

Kate Rutherford "Great choice of restaurants. But an annoying lack of choice in shops. There is no bookshop and nowhere to buy DVDs. But very well connected, and it's surprisingly leafy."

The Medieval Hall adjacent to the House is open to the public. The opening hours for 2016 are Fridays, 25 March to 21 October 11am to 1pm and Saturdays 26 March to 22 October, 1pm to 3pm.

Market values Flats: one-bed, £120,000-£200,000; two, £175,000-£240,000. Terraces and semis: £220,000-£750,000.

The average journey time between East Croydon and Norbury is 15 minutes. The fastest journey time is 8 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 120 trains per day travelling from East Croydon to Norbury. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.

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Norbury is portrayed in a Sherlock Holmes short story, "The Adventure of the Yellow Face", as one of the few places in which the detective turned out to be wrong regarding his theories.

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Like other districts of northern Croydon, Norbury has significant foreign communities. The 2011 census showed that White British was the largest ethnic group at 24% of the population, followed by 13% Black Caribbean, 12% Indian and 12% Other White.[2]

Gracious and loving God, we pray for the mission of our church. By our worship and fellowship may we draw others to the love of God. In our lives may we live the gospel in kindness, forgiveness and compassion. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

An intimate, hotel located in a desirable location in South London. Located just 4 minutes walk from Norbury station, with excellent links to Croydon and Central London – you are in something of a convenient locale. Most rooms have a private bathroom, digital television and wireless internet access. Use of a multiple shared kitchen area and lounge.

The house was immaculate and ready for our arrival so we relaxed from the minute we arrived. Lots of local walks but we also ventured to Dovedale. Rob, the gardener was very helpful with local information too.

The name Norbury derives from North Burh, (North Borough). Some local histories note that this was due to Norbury's position on the northern boundary of the former Manor of Croydon. In fact it takes its name from a split in the borough of Bensham, one of the former seven boroughs of Croydon. 'Northbenchesham' became the Northborough, then Norbury. 'Southbenchesham' later became Thornton Heath.


Walk-ins: 8am - 10am and 2pm - 5pm Appointments: 5pm - 8pm But our reception is manned 8am to 8pm!

Bargain of the week Two-bed terrace house, not pretty but a steal at £204,950; James Alexander.

Where to buy Just where Norbury becomes Norwood is hotly debated from Mitcham to Thornton Heath. I hereby define it as the stretch south of the train station as far as Mitcham Common, so sue me. It consists almost ubiquitously of late Victorian, post-railway terraces and semis, with the odd 1920s job and a nice old Edwardian estate in the middle. London Road is cheaper, but noisy. The area around Baldry Gardens and Fontaine Road towards Streatham Common is the area's Beverly Hills.

Situated in a rural setting with views of the Peak District, Norbury Manor sits within a picturesque Medieval knot garden with seating outside and there are plenty of walks available from the doorstep to explore the surrounding area.

Beautiful property, amazing to be able to stay in such a wonderful house. Excellent furnishings, house spotlessly clean on our arrival. Kitchen appliances/ gadgets good quality and everything there we needed. Wonderful woodland walk from the door by the river, and many other Peak District walks close by. Dogs were allowed (we have 2) which is essential for us. Ashbourne only 5 miles away with Waitrose, Marks and Spencer Food and other amenities easily accessible.

Open: Mon - Fri 9am - 9pm, Sat 9am - 7pm, Sun 9am - 1pm

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