Norbury Brook Alliance invite you to Norbury Brook Spring spruce up on 10 March 2018

Help clean up Norbury Brook in Thornton Heath Rec with Norbury Brook Alliance.

They look forward to seeing you. All welcome but under 16s should be accompanied by an adult.

Norbury Brook Alliance is on Twitter at@NBAllianZe

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Help sow the seeds of #ourgreenmile – a community-led project creating a green corridor between West Croydon & Thornton Heath

You too can be a proud supporter and/or an active participant in Our Green Mile, a community-led project to create a green corridor along the London Road, linking West Croydon Station with Thornton Heath Pond.

The project is a joint initiative between Broad Green Residents’ Association (BGRA), West Croydon Energy Garden (WCEG)  and Thornton Heath Community Action Team (THCAT).

Anyone can get involved but the team is particularly interested in engaging local people to drive the project forward. Could you help by taking responsibility for watering a planter, for example, or helping to spread the word by displaying a leaflet?

Want to know more or to get involved?

Then, book a place for the launch event on March 4 on Eventbrite.

Get in touch by emailing ourgreenmile@gmail.com if you’d like more information, have a suggestion or have something to donate to the project.

Engage on social media

Facebook: ourgreenmile

Twitter: @ourgreenmile #ourgreenmile

Instagram: @ourgreenmile #ourgreenmile

Download a leaflet to display or share –  Our Green Mile A5 Flyer.

More details of the project in the notes of our latest meeting, which we will publish shortly.

Friends of Thornton Heath Rec Norbury Brook meeting on 1 Feb 2018

Public meeting on   on 1 February 2018

The organisers look forward to welcoming YOU!

Norbury Brook runs through Thornton Heath on to Norbury and beyond.

Find Norbury Brook on Twitter at @NorburyBrookCR7

And on Facebook: Norbury Brook Alliance

 

Parks & Green spaces meeting – Croydon Conservatives want to hear your views…. 13 Nov 2017

An invitation from Croydon Conservatives for Croydon residents to come along and tell them how you think parks and green spaces should be managed in future….

 Monday 13 November 2017

Brighton Road Baptist Church

215 Brighton Road, South Croydon, CR2 6EJ

 7.00 – 8.30pm

 This is a public meeting for the residents of Croydon to put forward views on Croydon’s parks and green spaces.

 Conservative councillors will listen.

The feedback received will be used to hold the current Labour administration to account.  Your views will also be taken into account when they develop the Conservative manifesto ready for the local elections in May 2018.

The Shadow spokesperson for Planning, Cllr Jason Perry, the Shadow Leader, Cllr Tim Pollard and other local Conservative councillors will be present.

There is no need to book but it would be helpful if you would email CCCG Parks [mailto:cccgparks@outlook.com] to help ensure enough seating is in place.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a meeting organised by Croydon Conservatives.