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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Image of 2019 General election in Streatham
One thing is certain about the 12 December’s General Election; Streatham will be getting a new MP, so we’ve been meeting the main Party Parliamentary Candidates to find out a bit more about them on a personal level.  Bell Ribeiro-Addy. Labour Streatham resident Bell grew up in a council house in Brixton in an extended Ghanaian family. Her mother ran a nursery and education was a top priority. A keen reader Bell excelled at school and credits and exceptional teacher for her to winning an Assisted Place at Streatham and Clapham High School.  She studied Biomedical Science with Ethics at the... Read more...
Photo of Phoenix Book Award pupil winners from Streatham and Clapham High School this year
Launched in 2008, The Phoenix Book Award is a literary prize judged by children from Years 6, 7 & 8 in Lambeth. For the second year Streatham & Clapham High School hosted the awards in May, giving pupils from ten Lambeth schools the opportunity to quiz, review and vote for their favourite authors. As well as Streatham and Clapham High Schools senior and junior departments, participating Streatham schools this year included Bishop Thomas Grant and Dunraven.  The Awards help keep Lambeth pupils reading during transition years (Y5 to Y8) when they may stop. In a series of stages over the... Read more...