CCC AGM and Public Meeting – Weds 30 November – Update

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.

Tea and coffee provided.

Collection of food for Croydon Refugee Centre on the night – See below.

Please book a free place to attend.

If you are unable to attend but would like your apologies noted, please email CroydonNeighbourhoods@gmail.com

St Michael front

AGM at 7pm
Members are invited to attend the AGM, starting at 7pm, to receive a report on our activities over the past year and to vote in the new committee.   The following committee members are standing for re-election.

The following committee members are standing for re-election. No other nominations were received.

Elizabeth Ash
Mahbub Sadiq Bhatti
Roger Clark
Mark Johnston
Janet Stollery

Public meeting from 7.30pm
The AGM will be followed by a meeting, open to all, from 7.30 – 9pm. 

Topics:
Anyone is welcome to raise an item for discussion in this meeting or to offer a notice. Feel free to note the item or notice as a comment on this post. These will be given priority.

Focus of CCC meetings for the year ahead
The committee is particularly interested in hearing what you feel the focus of meetings in the year ahead should be.

Queens Gardens and Taberner House redevelopment
Anita Troffa, a member of the consultation team will be attending, along with Steve Sanham who is the Managing Director of HUB residential, the developers behind the Taberner House / Queens Gardens redesign, to discuss plans, take questions and hear people’s views.

Policing in Croydon
The police can not attend due to an ongoing operation but hope to provide an update for the meeting.

Street lighting
Skanska has been approached for an update and the firm has asked that a council officer attend to provide an update to residents. This is yet to be confirmed.

Booking
Please book a free place to help us cater for numbers. We do not have full use of the hall on this occasions as Charity Christmas cards are on sale during the day, so places are limited and preference will be given to members and to those booking a place.

BOOK HERE

Donations to Croydon Refugee Centre
We will  be accepting donations of food for the Croydon Refugee Centre on the night for them to prepare food parcels.

Tinned tomatoes, pasta, tinned meat, tinned fish and tinned fruit are the most popular items. Tinned beans, tinned vegetables, rice, pot noodles and cup a soup are also welcomed.

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Enquiries
Please send enquiries to 
CroydonNeighbourhoods@gmail.com or phone 07864 676 088 if you do not have email.

All updates will appear here on our website.

CCC events are open to everyone and our activities are apolitical.

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3 thoughts on “CCC AGM and Public Meeting – Weds 30 November – Update

  1. It is important to tell the developers of Taberner House and the Queen’s Gardens that the two are separate properties, one private one public. Whatever is required for play space and amenity space for Taberner House should not be muddled up with the Queen’s Gardens. The Queen’s Gardens are our premier formal green space in Croydon, a haven of peace and beauty. A place people use for their wedding photographs where there should be beautiful gardens, a statue perhaps a bandstand but not the back garden of a block of flats. Save our Queen’s gardens, improve them but keep them safe. They are part of Croydon’s heritage not part of Taberner House.

  2. Comment and question received via email:

    Skanska – while I have been extremely worried about cut-off lamp posts with notices of live wires attached to them being in evidence for months at a time following the installation of new lights, I would like to add that it is absolutely wonderful to see that the lights around the Croydon Minster have remained in fitting with the building in design – thanks to whoever organised this.

    I would also like to ask why the new lights along Roman Way are still orange? Are all new lights not meant to be white light now?

    And when will the energy saving aspect and dimming of the lights in the early hours of the morning commence?

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