A chance to improve New Cross

On the community survey we did a few years ago (the one where you all said the thing Telegraph Hill needed most was a cafe!) one of the things that people liked least about the area was New Cross.

With this in mind, a few organisations in the area are starting to work together to do something about New Cross. They already identified key issues (at the 170 AGM) and now there will be bi-monthly meetings in different locations in the area to involve groups and individuals who are more interested in improvement than in moaning.

See attached poster for details


Care about food? 7.30pm Sept 8th

The New Cross Transition Food Group is interested in what we eat. Where it comes from, how it is grown and paid for and stored and cooked. And most importantly what we can do to improve our personal food chain. Please come and join us to discuss this universal topic. Informal, friendly meeting.

Explore ideas for how our community can make our food more
sustainable, local, healthy and fair for all. Promoting local food growing and the New Cross Food Co-op. Join us and help make it happen! Everyone welcome!
For enquiries email: transitionnewcross@gmail.com, Twitter: @TT_NewCross

Explore ideas for how our community can make our food moresustainable, local, healthy and fair for all. Promoting localfood growing and the New Cross Food Co-op. Join us and helpmake it happen! Everyone welcome!For enquiries email: transitionnewcross@gmail.comWeb: transitionnewcross.orgTwitter: @TT_NewCross


Minutes of last meeting;

– Matters arising
– Report on progress with Local food networks
– Report on progress with Community outreach

In addition we hope to have have two short presentations:

– Fran of Transition Brockley will tlak about their food projects and invite discussion about how we can work together;
– Amina, is the manager of a new local cafe (‘Come the Revolution’) that would like to use locally grown food and has some space for selling produce.

Local libraries

There is a meeting to discuss and decide the community’s view and role in relation to Darren Taylor’s offer to take over 4 of the libraries tabled for closure by Lewisham.

The meeting is at 7pm All Saints Community Centre (105 NXR – at junction with Monson Road) on Mon 11th April as part of a local campaign. See www.thefutureofnewcross.wordpress.com/ for more details about what they are doing