Annual General Meeting 2019
Friday 26th April, 7 – 9pm
Tuesday 19th March 2019, 7 – 9pm
St Mary’s Church of England Primary School Hall
26 Tentelow Lane
Norwood Green Future Olympian?
My name is Faith and I am an 11-year-old swimmer. Swimming is my passion and I train with the London Borough of Hounslow Swimming Club as much as I can.
I won 3 medals at the Middlesex County Championships this year and qualified for the Regional Championships. I am currently in the top 25 in 2 events in the whole of the UK in my age group.
Coach Lisa is taking some of my team mates to a warm weather elite training camp in Fuerteventura. They will be able to train in a 50m pool twice a day and also do land training and yoga. The coaches are all really experienced and qualified including an ex European champion.
When I am older I want to swim in the Olympics for team GB and this camp would be an amazing experience to help me reach that goal.
If you would like to help, please click here to donate via my JustGiving Page.
Thank you for your kind support, Faith Martin.
Dear Norwood Green Residents,
Some of you may have already seen the new sign into the car park opposite St Mary’s Church ‘Verona Terrace Car Park’, and some of you may have already made enquiries about it.
This is one of the Council assets identified to be marketed and disposed on the open market for various purposes including for possible residential development.
“Verona Terrace car park identified for disposal as it is relatively small and used informally not on a charged for basis”
“Verona Terrace car park, Norwood Green, Southall – The car park is currently not enforced by Parking Services and no income is generated from the site, The Council pays to maintain the car park. The parking on this site could be accommodated as on-street parking. The site is suitable for some small-scale residential development.”
“In the case of Verona Terrace Car Park, it is the assessment of the service that users of the facility can have their needs met through on-street car parking and therefore there are no anticipated differential impacts on equality groups arising from the proposal to dispose of this facility.”
More details can be found on the London Borough of Ealing’s website, alternatively click here.
This is obviously going to impact on all of us with regards to parking, traffic congestion and safety on Tentelow Lane, all of which are issues for us already.
We think it might be a good idea to have a preliminary meeting to discuss what plan of action we need to take with a view to save the car park. A coordinated approach may be more fruitful. We will meet at The Plough on Monday 20th August at 7pm. We hope as many of you as possible can join us.