Noise related to South West Four (SW4) festival

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NorthcoteBlondie
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Noise related to South West Four (SW4) festival

Postby NorthcoteBlondie » Fri Aug 23, 2019 4:34 pm

Dear Clapham Common neighbours,

Recently you may have received a leaflet from the organiser of SW4 festival through your door. It is asking you to report any noise issues you experience to them. Please do NOT report noise issues to them!(they will hang up then laugh at you!)  Please instead note the exact time any other identifying issues you may have to Wandsworth council and Lambeth council. Here are their contact details:

Wandsworth: 
Report it by phone: call 020 8871 6127
report it online form: https://wandsworth-self.achieveservice. ... 1d0d85b0c5

Lambeth:Report a noise nuisance 020 7926 5000
https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/forms/report ... hate-crime

Lets try to stop the nuisance of SW4 happening in London with thousands of drug taking, vomiting, noisy people and general anti-social behaviour it brings!  Take it to Glastonbury people!!!
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Re: Noise related to South West Four (SW4) festival

Postby Moonlightdawn » Sat Aug 24, 2019 1:03 pm

Live and let live. It’s one weekend a year.

We’re living through dispiriting times, grim global and local news headlines etc.

Maybe we can try to let go a bit and let people have a good time.

Not everyone can make it to Glastonbury or afford it...
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Postby Star » Sat Aug 24, 2019 5:49 pm

I totally agree.
Don't get me started about the people who move to Notting Hill and whinge about the carnival.
Why don't they just not off to the home counties
Let people enjoy themselves
And the line-up looks ace
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Re: Noise related to South West Four (SW4) festival

Postby this_is_cat » Tue Aug 27, 2019 7:13 am

Agreed.
It was one weekend, and other than the tubes being busy, it was hardly an imposition.
Our children had a little dance to the music while we were walking on the common, and we had a glass of wine in the garden listening to the music and remembering when we were young enough to go to festivals!
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