Welcome to the official site for residents of the Triangle area in Southfields, SW18

Southfields Triangle Residents’ Association and Neighbourhood Watch (STRA) was founded in the late 1980s and is run by a committee of representatives who live within the Triangle area.

We aim to promote the community, protect the environment, liaise with local representatives, help prevent crime and help the vulnerable.

AGM & Open Meeting

AGM & Open Meeting

We look forward to welcoming all residents of the Southfields Triangle to our forthcoming AGM and open discussion meeting on the evening of Wednesday 17th October at St. Michael’s Church, from 7.45pm.

Officers and committee members will stand for re-election and new members will also be elected. If you are interested in becoming part of the committee working on a voluntary basis to improve this great place that we live in. Nominations for new committee members should be received by 9th October 2018 and please feel free to nominate by emailing our secretary Hilary Taylor at Hilaryatsouthfields@gmail.com

During the evening we will host an open discussion forum which will provide local residents an opportunity to meet our councillors and committee members informally and put any questions you may have to them. We have invited our local councillors as well as our local MP Justine Greening.

This is a great opportunity to meet other residents within the Triangle and to find out more about your local residents association, we really hope that you can attend and we look forward to welcoming you.

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Street Party 2018

Street Party 2018

A fabulous sunny day, festivities were high after the lovely royal wedding, we were all set so we embarked on our 9th street party in pulborough road.

Many volunteers were on hand, the bouncy castle arrived and inflated, the ice was collected, tables erected and the Gazebos in position.

The barbecues were lit and we were off….

4 hours later, food consumed, much conversation and enjoyment had, suddenly a lovely feeling of “what a fabulous place this is that we live” was easing into us.

Thank you for all those that attended and helped, until next year…

More images in our gallery section of this site or via our Facebook page

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Sunny News - Farewell Party

Sunny News - Farewell Party

Dear Save Sunny News Campaign Supporter

We are pleased and sad to announce that we have arranged a gathering on Sunday 11th March 2018, 2-5pm, at The Gardens Tennis Club, to say farewell to Sunny & Jaymi. You are warmly invited to this. The bar will be open at the club throughout the afternoon.

Since we have arranged this and word has started to spread, many people have asked if a collection is being organised for Sunny & Jaymi to get them a leaving present, with some asking if we could organise this for those people who want to contribute.

If you would like to make a donation for a leaving gift for Sunny & Jaymi you are welcome to donate via the link on our crowdfunder page https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/leaving-gift-1

All funds raised will be exchanged for John Lewis gift vouchers and presented to Sunny & Jamyi at their farewell party.



If you would like to sign a card for Sunny and Jaymi, it is available behind the counter at BUDGENS on Replingham Road. Please feel free to call in and sign it.

We look forward to seeing you on the 11th and, once again, we THANK YOU for your support for our community.

Save Sunny News Campaign Team

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Update on Sunny News

Update on Sunny News

Dear Supporter of Sunny News

It’s with a heavy heart and great sadness that we have to announce that, after 30 years of invaluable community service, Sunny will be closing his shop and vacating the premises at the end of March 2018.

The parties were due to attend the trial last Thursday at Wandsworth County Court but, due to the cost of legal fees that he would have incurred had he lost the case, Sunny was left with no alternative but to settle the claim and agree to vacate the premises. We understand that the landlord based their claim for possession on their intention to convert the premises and live there themselves but as the case was settled, the landlord’s case was never able to be tested at court.  You may be wondering what happened to the money we, as a community, raised via crowdfunding to help Sunny fight this case and why didn’t he use those funds for this recent court case.  Those funds were exhausted during the Judicial Review process at the High Court earlier this year. This fight was to try and reverse the planning inspectorate appeal decision against Wandsworth Council who refused the original planning application to convert the shop into a private dwelling.

You may not be aware but the shop has always been used as a shop and was built for that purpose where it could serve its local community.  This is something Sunny and Jamie have done in our corner of Southfields admirably over so many years, with our children growing up buying their sweets from Sunny’s and all of us benefitting from having our local paper delivery and so much more.  Most importantly, Sunny and Jamie have served the wider community far beyond from just the other side of the counter, by being a lookout for our young and old alike and being a true community service to our friendly neighbourhood.  This was recognised when the Southfields Triangle Resident’s Association succeeded in having the shop being granted the status of an “Asset of Community Value”.  

Sadly, in March next year Sunny, Jamie and their family will have to close the shop, vacate their home and move away from their friends, home and livelihood to try and establish a new life for themselves elsewhere. 

This is really a very sad outcome not only for Sunny but for our whole neighbourhood who will now lose this unofficial community centre, with all its associated services, which is closing against the wishes of everyone!

Thank you all very much for your huge and continued support throughout our Save Sunny News campaign. 

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