Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM and public meeting event.
The committee are aware of ongoing misinformation in circulation about CCC meetings and activities. The committee have therefore taken the decision to produce detailed minutes for the AGM and for notes of the public meeting that followed.
We hope these records will allow anyone with an interest to see what occurred throughout the evening, and who attended. The full content of the Chair’s report, presented on the night, is also attached.
The committee welcome speaking with anyone who has any questions or comments. Please email us at CroydonNeighbourhoods@gmail.com or call/text us on 07864 676 088.
This completes the first year of the new committee being in post, with a year of funding yet to run. It is the committee’s intention to reset the AGM date back to the original date of June/July to bring the meeting closer to the reporting period for the accounts.
Our next public meeting will be held in central Croydon on 28 January 2015. This will be the first meeting to alter the existing ‘no agenda’ format of our meetings. This is being trialled in response to suggestions made at the AGM event. We are looking for a few topics to kick off the meeting. To indicate an interest in tabling a topic or item for discussion, please indicate by adding it as a comment at the foot of the event specific post, here.
Forward meeting dates and venues will be announced as soon as finalised but current plans are February – South Croydon, March – New Addington, April – South Norwood, May – Ashburton, June – Selsdon, July – AGM Central Croydon
As with all our events, everyone is very welcome to attend.
Booking via Eventbrite is appreciated to help us cater for numbers. Manual registration on the night takes time, which may also delay the start of the meeting. This is something CCC would prefer to avoid.
Willing volunteers always welcome
The committee continues to seek people willing to take an active role on committee in order to expand the work of CCC. Someone who could act as Secretary is high priority for the organisation. People with time to commit or with other skills would also be welcomed. All posts are voluntary and our work is strictly apolitical.
Appeal for information and evidence
The committee also continues to seek information relating to the allegations in regard to activities of our ex Vice Chair. If you have any information to substantiate the allegations, including that this was intentional and/or repeated, or any information about complaints lodged, we would welcome receiving this information. We continue to work with others across Croydon communities to investigate this matter.