PRERA’s AGM for 2018 will be held at 7pm on 16th October. As in previous years, the venue will be Laburnum Hall on Cheshire Estate – just next to the Palace Road Nature Garden.
The committee will give a review of what has happened over the past year. There will then be an opportunity to vote for, or be elected to, next year’s committee. A council officer will also be present to give an update on a proposed new waste policy.
If you care how the estate is maintained, if you want to help organise events, or if you want to influence how your council tax or service charges are spent, come along!
This Wednesday there will be a walk around Palace Road Nature Garden with the president of the South London Botanical Institute, Roy Vickery. He will be helping us to identify wild flowers and dicussing their uses and folklore. The walk will start at 7.30pm.
There will be an event this Thursday on Edmundsbury Court Estate to showcase community food growing in Lambeth. See below for more details and click the image to download a PDF that includes directions to the venue.
PRERA’s AGM will be held on 19th September 2017 at 7pm in Laburnum Hall on the Cheshire Estate. This is an opportunity to hear about what your committee has done on your behalf over the last year and to elect a new committee for next year.
If you would like to get more involved with our estate community, please get in touch. Whatever you are interested in, be it youth activities, gardening, community engagement or something else entirely, PRERA can help you.
There will be a General Meeting of the Palace Road Estate Residents’ Association on 19th April at 7pm. This meeting is an opportunity for residents to find out what their committee has been doing. The committee will also be able to find out what residents concerns are, so that they can better be addressed. Do come along!
The Tulse Hill Forum have just launched an initiative to engage with residents and seek their views. This will take place every Tuesday afternoon for the next eight weeks. You can go along to the Scout Hut on the High Trees Estate at any time between 2pm and 8pm. Tea, coffee, soup and cake will be available!
Last night the Tulse Hill Singing Group performed a carol concert at St Matthew’s Tenant’s Hall. The choir performed a range of traditional and modern carols, as well as Christmas-themed music from the world of rock and pop.
The Tulse Hill Singing Group is open to all residents of the Palace Road Estate. They meet to sing on Tuesday evening. For more details see the Tulse Hill Forum website.