The SCCA has a vacancy for the role of Treasurer. This is an important but undemanding role which entails:
- Managing the SCCA account using online banking
- Receiving and paying in money e.g. membership fees
- Approving cash payments
- Communication with Membership Secretary about membership fees received
- Updating the Management Committee on the SCCA’s finances
If you would like to express interest or find out more, please contact John Clingan at email@example.com.
Spend a day with members of the Croydon Bach Choir exploring and performing Elgar’s oratorio, The Kingdom. This is a full day’s workshop open to singers of any standard who are able to follow a score.
Date: Saturday, 11th November 2017
Time: 10.30am – 6.00pm
Venue: St Matthew’s Church, Chichester Road, Croydon CR0 5NQ
Cost: £18 for singers including score hire. Free for students.
Cllr Helen Pollard and other Fairfield Ward councillors have organised a meeting which takes place at 6.30pm on Monday 9th October at TMRW Hub & Cafe at 75-77 High Street (opposite the Green Dragon pub).
They invite residents of Fairfield Ward to meet with them, raise issues and ask questions.
This year’s SCCA Annual General Meeting will take place from 7.30pm to 9.00pm on Tuesday 10th October 2017 at St Peter’s Church House, Heathfield Road, Croydon CR0 1EZ
The AGM is open to SCCA Members and To All Those Who Live or Work in South Croydon.
- Approval of Minutes from 2016 Annual General Meeting
- Annual Report from Management Committee
- SCCA Treasurer’s Report
- Approval of the Revised SCCA Constitution
- Election of SCCA Management Committee Chair, Secretary and Treasurer
- Volunteers for Other Places on the Management Committee and to Work for Topic Specific Groups
- Open session on Matters of South Croydon Interest and Concern
Transport for London and Croydon Council have published proposals intended to make Fiveways in Waddon simpler and safer for all road users.
Further background information is available on the council’s website and more details on the proposals are on the TFL website.
You can provide feedback on the proposals by completing the online survey by 18 September 2017.
Croydon Council has identified six parks to be pilots for new approaches to how parks are managed and used, including Park Hill Recreation Ground and Lloyd Park.
Tyréns, an urban planning and landscape design team, are producing master plans for each of the parks, taking into account what people like or dislike about the park, opportunities for activities and events, options for how parks can be funded and maintained and how local communities can become more involved in their parks.
If you would like to comment on the plans for Park Hill Recreation Ground and/or Lloyd Park please complete the online surveys by Sunday 17 September 2017: