In the aftermath of the tragic incident at the East Croydon Station, Victim Support is reaching out to offer their free services which can be mobilised immediately in the community to help victims and witnesses cope and recover from their experiences.
Are you practically minded and want to learn new skills?
Have you thought about a career in nature conservation?
London Wildlife Trust is offering a unique opportunity for young people aged between 16-25 to undertake a full-time, paid, three month traineeship based at one of their nature reserves, where you’ll spend time working with the London Wildlife Trust team, learning valuable practical skills in urban nature conservation, community engagement, media/journalism and communications.
And one of the locations is Hutchinson’s Bank nature reserve, near New Addington in Croydon!
Thank you! Thanks to those who attended our meeting, including Cllr Simon Brew, our speaker Steve Hunt from Purley Food Hub, and The Big Conversation facilitator, Aline Delawa, from The Campaign Company.
Apologies from Cllr Margaret Bird and Cllr Yvette Hopley were noted. Two other councillors were expected but did not make the meeting.
A display of local information was made available on the night, with copies to take away.
NOTICES & UPDATES Here are the updates and notices promised in the meeting…