A group of residents has arranged a peaceful event so that the Thornton Heath community can stand and support the Black Lives Matter campaign. This is supported by Thornton Heath Community Action Team.
You are welcome to join with your placard or contribute if you are unable to attend in person. Please see full details below from the organisers prior to the event.
Sat 20 June 2020
Thornton Heath Community Action team are delighted to announce that Thornton Heath in Bloom 2020 is going ahead! They cannot yet set a date for the winners’ presentation but will hold it as soon as conditions allow.
They know that during lockdown many people have been experimenting with growing flowers and produce, sometimes for the first time, and encouraging their children to become involved. Front gardens that are bright with flowers and greenery will act as a boost to everyone as they go on their daily walks. So let’s have a bumper entry this year! See the flyer below for entry details and get planting.
Entries close 10 July 2020.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the info required on the entry form or fill in the slip or write down the required details and post them through the letterbox at The Salvation Army, 66 High Street, Thornton Heath, CR7 8LF
Join the Thornton Heath Safer Neighbourhoods Team at Costa Coffee on Thornton Heath High Street at 1700 on Tuesday 11th February for Coffee With a Cop!
Go along to discuss any local policing issues.
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At approximately 1500 on Gillett Road, Police were called to two males fighting in the street believed armed with knives.
At this time one male has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. The second male involved has fled the scene.
If you have any further information which you believe could help us in the initial stages of our investigation, or know of any community tensions which may have arisen as a result of this please contact 101 quoting CAD reference 3356/04JAN20.