Public Meeting – Rubbish revisited! Weds 10 May 2017

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Three years on from our first meeting on the subject and due to continued borough-wide interest, the committee is pleased to announce a public meeting to follow up on the subject.

RUBBISH revisited!

Everyone’s talking about refuse, recycling and flytipping; a borough-wide issue.

 

Please join us for our public meeting in the hall to the rear of:

St. Michael and All Angels with St. James
Poplar Walk
Croydon
CR0 1UA

Enter via the gate to the left of the Church.

Please book a free place to attend.

St Michael front

Questions & comments:
Please provide these as soon as possible and at least a fortnight prior to the meeting.  You can do as a comment of this post. Alternatively, you can email us and we will post for you.

Please keep questions and comments short and to the point.

A council officer has agreed to provide a response.  All councillors are also invited to attend.

Download a flyer to share, here: RUBBISH! Refuse, Recycling and Flytipping.

On the night:
Doors open at 7pm. After registration, tea and coffee will be available, and an opportunity for informal networking. There will be community information on display.

The meeting will start at 7.30pm with brief introductions and notices.

This is your chance to express your views and get questions on the subject answered.

Please book a place
If you have difficulty booking or have any other queries please email us at CroydonNeighbourhoods@gmail.com.

FAQs
Who can attend?
Anyone with an interest in Croydon.

Is there a cost?
No. Places are free.

Do I need to book a place?
Yes, please. This will speed up registration and means you won’t need to provide details on the night.

We can register you manually on the night if you haven’t booked and if places are still available but this may mean queuing, delayed entry and potentially delaying the start of the meeting which we’d prefer to avoid.

Booking via Eventbrite, whether or not you bring your ticket with you, will speed up your entry, so please do book or email us so we can sort out registration ahead of the event.

PLEASE NOTE: Those who pre-book will be given preference if numbers exceed capacity at any meeting.

Is this council led or run?
No. CCC is an independent group run by Croydon residents. CCC is partly funded by a small grant from Croydon Council but is independent of the council.

Are meetings and activities aligned to any political party?
CCC is strictly apolitical. Everyone attending is asked to respect this in the comments made during meetings and in any literature brought to the meeting.

Is the venue accessible?
Yes. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Parking can be provided for blue badge holders with prior notice so please get in touch well before the meeting so arrangements can be made.

There is no hearing loop.

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There will also be local information on display and copies to take away.

Our meetings are open to all and are strictly apolitical.

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Donations to Purley Food Hub
We will be collecting donations for Purley Food Hub again at this meeting.  The list for April is here and the list for May will be posted as soon as it is available. Canned fruit, canned vegetables, tinned meat, can openers and basic toiletries are always welcome.

Getting there:
There is no general parking available at this venue, but its central location with good transport links. We may be able to cater for blue badge holders, so please get in touch well ahead of the event if this applies to you.

The hall is to the rear of the Church, accessed through the gate in the fencing to the left of the main Church entrance.

Want to receive notices of this and future events?
You can also join our mailing list to get an invitation to our events and occasional updates via email by emailing CroydonNeighbourhoods@gmail.com

Croydon Policing Newsletter – Fieldway – April 2017

Here is the newsletter covering the Croydon council ward of Fieldway to keep people up to date on policing matters.
 
There is no need to wait to view these monthly newsletters from your local policing team on our website.  
Just email the SNT, on the email address below, to ask to be added to the circulation list. You’ll receive not only the monthly newsletter but occasional important updates.
Produced by: Fieldway Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email – Fieldway.snt@met.police.uk
Tel – 020 8649 1401
Twitter –  NOW on @MPSFieldway
(previously on @MPSFieldwaySgt and then @MPSSouthCroydon)

Download a copy here: Fieldway Monthly News Letter – April 2017

And if you would like to follow PC Lucy Butler you need to ‘friend request’ her. Find her here: https://www.facebook.com/lucy.butler.180410?fref=ts

Upper Norwood policing update – April 2017

Here’s the monthly local policing digest for Upper Norwood.

Why not sign up to receive these monthly newsletters and other updates direct to your inbox?  Just email the SNT on the address below to be added to the circulation list.

Produced by:

Upper Norwood Safer Neighbourhoods Team
Email – UpperNorwood.snt@met.police.uk
Tel – 020 8721 2478
Twitter:  Now back on @MPSUpperNorwood 

 

 

Download a copy here: Upper Norwood April 2017

Croydon Policing Newsletter – New Addington – March 2017

Here’s the monthly newsletter covering New Addington.

Why not sign up to receive these newsletters and occasional updates direct to your inbox?  Just email the SNT on the address below to be added.

Produced by:

New Addington Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email – NewAddington.fieldway.snt@met.police.uk
Tel – 07843 065861

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download a copy here: New Addington March 2017 update

Addiscombe Carnival, 28 May 2017

Croydon Lions are particularly keen to enlist volunteers for the Addiscombe Carnival, which they have run for the past six years, after an approach to do so by Croydon Council.

This is a family Fun Day with music stalls, food and displays.

The organisers are looking for local businesses, groups and individuals to either donate, sponsor or take part in the stage and arena displays.

For details see: www.croydonlions.org.uk, the Addiscombe Carnival website and the poster below.

To book a pitch for 2017, complete the form: Festival Pitch Booking 2017 and return it as soon as possible to secure your place!

Croydon Policing Newsletter – Selsdon and Ballards – March 2017

Here’s the monthly SNT newsletter, covering Selsdon and Ballards.

Why not sign up to receive these monthly newsletters and other updates direct to your inbox?  Just email the SNT on the address below to be added to the circulation list.

Produced by:

Selsdon and Ballards Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email – Selsdon.Ballards.snt@met.police.uk

Download a copy here: Selsdon & Ballards March 2017 Monthly Update

Are you a Croydon based organisation with an idea that will improve Croydon’s nightlife?

Katie Edland, senior communications and engagement officer for Croydon Council, writes:

“Your creative thinking could help to energise, rejuvenate and unleash undiscovered potential in Croydon as part of the ongoing regeneration in the borough. This could be anything from events to lighting, facilities to marketing – anything with culture at its heart that could be delivered within the next two years.

To find out more and to enter an idea please visit: www.croydon.gov.uk/goodeveningcroydon

We’re keen to invest in and support the best ideas to make them happen, so if you have an idea, we want to hear it!

Please pass this information on to anyone in your groups who may be interested.”

To enter your idea:

  1. You must be a Croydon based organisation with a proposal which has arts and culture at its centre.
  2. Complete the online form to tell explain your idea (in no more than 500 words) including when and where it would take place. Please include what positive impact it would have on Croydon’s night-time economy.
  3. Include an outline of the costs (must be within the range of £5-£50k) including any potential for generating income.
  4. Send any photos/images to support your idea to Karen.mason@croydon.gov.uk
  5. And submit it all by 12 midnight Sunday 7 May 2017.

After the closing date, a specialist panel will select a shortlist of no more than five ideas. The successful organisations will each receive support to further develop their proposals in terms of practicalities, timings, costs and funding.

The final panel will meet during the summer to give the green light to some or all of the developed ideas.

If you would like any further information please email Karen.mason@croydon.gov.uk or call 020 8726 6000 ext 62690.