Community Games Night at All Saints Centre, New Road:
Following a break in the New Year, we hope to reopen to offer a wide range of games
and activities, internet access, and lots of fun in a family atmosphere.
All ages welcome. Children under 11 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible
adult; young people 11-16 who are not accompanied by an adult must complete a registration
form that is signed by their parent. Please call the centre on 020 8646 1937 for
further info, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hackbridge Community News
Community News is provided by All Saints Church and BedZED Pavilion for the people
of Hackbridge, Beddington Corner & Wandle Valley. Deadline for contributions to the
next issue: August 20th 2010.
The editorial team, led by Andrew Roland and Jo Simister, can be contacted via All
Saints Centre, New Road, Hackbridge, CR4 4JN, or at email@example.com
Please click for the latest issue (December 2010 - issue 19)and for the following
March 2008 (issue 10), December 2008 (issue 11)
March 2009 (issue 12), June 2009 (issue 13), September 2009 (issue 14), December
2009 (issue 15)
March 2010 (issue 16), June 2010 (issue 17), September 2010 (issue 18), December
2010 (issue 19)
Hackbridge Community Forum - Next Meeting Tuesday 19th January at Hackbridge Primary
The Forum meets regularly to update the community on progress of local developments
and seek ideas from the community on future activities. To find out more about the
Community Forum please call email Daniel.Croissant@sutton.gov.uk or visit www.sutton.gov.uk.
Sutton Council have designed a masterplan of Hackbridge. The master plan provides
guidance on how the major sites and a district shopping centre could be developed
and include a strategy for open spaces and streets, especially how to improve connections
for pedestrians and cyclists.
Sutton Council is working with the community to turn Hackbridge into the UK's first
truly sustainable suburb. The document is available to view via the Council's website
at www.sutton.gov.uk/hackbridge together with a summary leaflet. You can also find
out more at www.oneplanetsutton.org/hackbridge.
Hackbridge Community Action Group
Central to the success of the transformation of Hackbridge is the involvement of
the local community. Local residents have formed an action group to make their views
and wishes clear to the planners and also help them out by getting involved in projects
that will transform Hackbridge into a green, sustainable and vibrant community.
The Hackbridge Community Action Group (HCAG) aims to drive real community benefit,
with locally-led input to bring about the means for effective improvements to quality
of life for Hackbridge residents. The HCAG projects involve all kinds of different
aspects- wildlife, music, heritage green projects and gardening.
There are going to be carnivals, talent events, music projects, wildlife gardening
and tree planting.
The group is also planning on starting history talks about Hackbridge, heritage walks
and there will be bird walks to the nearby Beddington Farmlands nature reserve.
Contact: Helen Heathfield firstname.lastname@example.org
The Riverside Centre:
Keep up to date at www.riversidecentre.org
Wandle Valley Safer Neighbourhood Team
Click here to read the Policing Pledge
020 8721 2773 email WandleValley.email@example.com