In the fourth of SCCA’s occasional series of public Question Times on issues which matter to Croydon citizens, candidates representing the main political parties will share their views and opinions on the most pressing issues facing our borough.
Venue: St Peter’s Church, Heathfield Road, CR0 1EZ
Date: Thursday 19 April 2018
Doors Open 18.30 Question Time 19.00-21.00
Register at www.qt4-croydoncouncil2018.eventbrite.co.uk
Question Time provides an opportunity to question the parties’ representatives and decide who you think will best serve Croydon and its citizens over the next four years.
Our panellists are:
- Tim Pollard (Conservative)
- Peter Underwood (Green Party)
- Tony Newman (Labour Party)
- Richard Howard (Liberal Democrats)
The next SCCA Dining Club outing will take place at Casafina on Tuesday 24 April at 7pm.
Address: 91/101 High Street CR0 1QF
Date: Tuesday 24 April at 7pm
Cost: £22.00 to include a welcome drink. Other drinks to be ordered and paid for during the evening.
Email Emma by Monday 16th April if you wish to come along.
The gas network in Warham Road will be upgrade starting on Monday 5th March (assuming the weather allows). Work is expected to last approximately 6 weeks. Working hours will be:
- Monday to Friday between 7am and 7pm
- Saturday between 9am and 2pm.
The contractors aim to minimise noisy activities.
Warham Road will become one-way eastbound between Barham Road and the A235 Brighton Road. A signed diversion route will be in place for in place for westbound traffic.
More information and updates can be found at:
The 2017 SCCA Christmas Party Raffle, held on the 19th December, raised £128 for Crisis.
Thank you to those of you that attended the party for making this donation possible.
Thanks also to Bex de Paula Hanika, Steve Packer, Mary O’Rourke and Giorgio Raffaelli (La Spezia) for the enticing prizes, Emma Swan and Luise Parsons for organising, and of course, Christina and John Preston for hosting the party.
Crisis: Letter Thanking SCCA for Donation
Developers HUB have invited residents groups, including the SCCA, to take part in helping to design The Queens Gardens. The collaborative design process will involve members of the community working with professional designers to shape the plans for the gardens.
The Queen’s Garden Collaborative Design Flyer
Further information including dates of workshops