Local Assembly meeting Tues May 17 May 7pm-9pm

At Honor Oak Community Centre, 50 Turnham Road, SE4 2JD

What will happen?

1. Residents will narrow down the types of community projects to get a share of the £43,750 Assembly Fund this year. The assembly has a large action plan of projects suggested by residents. This is your chance to help select which types of projects and ideas are most important for local

  1. Youth activities and support projects
  2. Community activities

It is also a chance to add more ideas around projects.

2. Volunteering

Find out how to volunteer (eg for Honor Oak Community Library, the assembly co-ordinating group and the Pensioners Shopping Bus) and how to get more volunteers from Lewisham Volunteer Centre for your community group.

3. Honor Oak Community Centre Library

Come and see what is available at the centre and join on the evening.  There will be storytellers for children in the library during the meeting.

4. Damp and Mould Review

Information from councillors on the official review on the problems tenants are having with damp and mould in their homes.

5. Community Information

  • Updates from local community groups
  • Family Mosaic Housing Association will give information on the Hilton House redevelopment (Honor Oak Estate)

Registration 6.45pm, food and drinks provided. Free crèche available for over 2’s (limited spaces). Storytellers for children in the library (lounge) during the meeting.

Meeting with RSA 11.01.11

The RSA’s Connected Communities project has done some interesting research in the New Cross area and are keen to work with Bold Vision on addressing some of the emerging issues. They have already agreed to provide initial funding for some of our social inclusion ideas and today are meeting us with regard to their Catalyst fund and finding ways we can partner to improve life for the socially isolated in the area.

RSA Catalyst Fund

“Catalyst, an RSA seed funding initiative, is intended to encourage and inspire, to help Fellows to turn their great ideas into great social outcomes.”