Can you get involved?

From September, several positions on the committee, both as officers and ‘ordinary’ members (who are far from ordinary and are a vital part of the committee!) will be vacant.

In order that the association represents residents appropriately, it is vital that the committee comprises a good cross-section of the community. If you are new to the area and feel that you would like to become more involved in the association, please feel free to get in touch, for an initial chat.

Or if you’ve lived in the area for years, have always thought about getting more involved, but haven’t as yet, there’s no time like the present! We’d love to have you as part of the team, so please get in touch via this website, or email for more information.

AGM and an evening of local history and mystery with Steve Grindlay

All members are invited to the association AGM, to be held at Horniman School on Thursday 12th September, from 7pm. Doors will open from 6.30pm.

Do come along to hear a review of the year by David Lowe, and following the official part of the AGM, we are delighted to announce that renowned local historian, Steve Grindlay will present an illustrated talk on the history of Tewkesbury Lodge, the house that originally stood on the estate, and the families that lived in it before it was demolished in 1930 to make way for the Estate more as we know it today.

The talk promises to be fascinating to local residents, and of course, refreshments will be provided.

We hope to see you all there.

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