The Library Service in Croydon – just over a week left to give us your views, say Croydon Council. Croydon Council is experiencing significant funding cuts over the next eight years. This means we have to look at different and modern ways to deliver services including libraries. We need people to get involved and tell us… Read More Don’t lose your library service – survey ends May 16th
NVRA have been informed by Norbury NPT that the Norbury Park police attendance has been provisionally changed to tomorrow (Thursday April 28th – 4.30pm to 5.3pm). This is because there is a shift change to night time operation in the build-up to the May night patrols that will concentrate on burglary and motor vehicle crime,… Read More Police in the Park – update
A THANK you from the committee of NVRA to all members who attended on Saturday. And of course, also to Cllr Collins for his very informative and important talk on Clean Green Croydon, and how it impacts on Norbury. It was great to hear so many enthusiastic questions from the audience, and it is another thank… Read More Thank you to all members who attended the AGM
AHEAD of tomorrow’s NVRA AGM, guest speaker Councillor Stuart Collins tells us why we should all muck in to deal with the scourge of littering on our local streets. Unfortunately, the article doesn’t deal directly with Norbury (and our own, almost insurmountable issues on littering and fly tipping), so let’s hope people attending the AGM will ask… Read More Croydon’s litter crisis should make us all angry, says Cllr Stuart Collins.
Dear friend Thank you once again for signing the petition to save our station ticket offices. As you know there has been a public consultation into the proposals which closed on 13 March 2016. Due to the pressure of our campaign both London Travelwatch and Transport Focus, the passenger watchdogs that coordinated the public consultation, have… Read More Norbury station threat of closure – update
AHEAD of Saturday’s AGM, here’s Issue 2 (Spring 2016) of the Norbury Village Residents’ Association newsletter. All members should have received their printed copy – or will do… very soon. In the meantime, here’s an online version.
Newspapers and TV channels across the UK are supporting Croydon Council’s call for the public’s help in catching a fly-tipper who dumped three tonnes of building waste while driving along a residential street. The story and video clip have been republished and broadcast in newspapers, on TV channels and on websites from the Evening Standard, Metro, Daily Mail andDaily Telegraph, to the BBC… Read More Driver wanted