Streatham's magazine - all about Streatham

Heart Streatham is THE quality monthly independent colour magazine all about living and shopping in Streatham. It's written and published by people who live in Streatham, for people who live and do business in Streatham.

Streatham is known far and wide for Polish pierogi to Jamaican jerk chicken to late night Lebanese takeaways, and restaurants catering for every possible taste. We aim to showcase this diverse community by providing you with local information featuring only local restaurants, shops and services. A sense of community is at the heart of what we do.

We want to show you there is no need to travel outside your local area to shop or to eat out when we have so much on our doorstep.

We ❤​ Streatham and we're sure you do too!

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Photo of Streatham War memorial unknown soldier standing in sorrow at the Streatham War Memorial Garden
By: John Brown, The Streatham Society STREATHAM PEACE MEDAL On Friday 18th July 1919 around 7,000 Streatham school children gathered on Tooting Bec Common for a "Great Peace Fete" to celebrate the official end of the First World War. The children were presented with the Streatham Peace Medal, suspended on a red white and blue ribbon, as a memento of the occasion. The children then sang the National Anthem accompanied by the local Fire Brigade band, and there were sports and entertainments including Punch and Judy; a musical clown; a conjurer, a ventriloquist, a picnic lunch and numerous other... Read more...
By John Brown, The Streatham Society To commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War, St. Leonard's church is to reinstall and rededicate its War Memorial. This large wooden monument lists the names of 113 men of the parish who lost their lives whilst serving in the armed forces between 1914-18. Miraculously, the tablet survived the fire that gutted the church in 1975 as, at the time of the conflagration, it had been temporarily placed in the crypt pending its re-erection in the church. For many years the memorial remained hidden beneath the church until it was recently re-... Read more...