SOUTH Norwood Arts Festival continues over the next week after a successful comedy night.
The Stanley Halls event featured Match of the Day 2's Kevin Day and was attended by Woodside councillor and council leader Tony Newman.
Harris Academy South Norwood hosted a screening on Tuesday (July 8) of Basically, Johnny Moped – the film made by South Norwood-born Captain Sensible's son Fred Burns.
A treasure hunt along Portland Road takes place tomorrow (July 12) with more surprises at the Norwood Junction 'secret garden' run by a group of volunteers and the British Transport Police.
There is a talk on Sherlock Holmes author and South Norwood resident Sir Arthur Conan Doyle at 2pm on Wednesday (July 16) at South Norwood Library.
The festival comes to a conclusion on Woodside Green on Sunday, July 20, with a special service on the green from 11am and the Woodside Finale Fair from noon-5pm.
For a full programme of events visit peopleforportlandroad.org.uk