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 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.


Norbury Green RA AGM on 27 March 2018

Norbury Green Residents’ Association (NGRA) represents the views/concerns of residents of the Norbury Green area of Norbury, SW16.

Why not join or renew your membership? Details here:





Coffee Mornings

Norbury Neighbours Coffee Mornings, the first Saturday of each month from 10am-12noon @ Norbury Library.

Join NGRA for a cuppa, meet neighbours & find out what’s on locally

Twitter: @NorburyGreenRA

Croydon Debate Club – Social media and local government – help or hindrance – 21 Feb 2018

Croydon Debate club is BACK!



The organiser, Robert Ward, writes,

“The aim of the Croydon Debate Club is to promote a constructive dialogue on issues specific to Croydon. The emphasis will be on understanding the issue and the options that there are to address it.”

You can just turn up but it helpful if you can book a place on Eventbrite.

If you have any questions or would like to propose a topic for a future meeting, just email

And keep your eyes peeled for future events.

Twitter at @CronxDebateClub

London Mozart Players concert at Ashburton Hall, Addiscombe, with Indian Dance – 10 Feb 2018 #Croydon Grab your tickets before the event sells out!


Mozart to Malabar  – A concert with the London Mozart Players featuring classical Indian dance…

Twitter at @AshburtonHall

Book your tickets on Eventbrite