What is the Lewisham Central Assembly?
Your assembly is a place where you and other residents can work together with your local Councillors, the police, local organisations and the wider community to make Lewisham Central a better place to live work and learn. The meeting takes place four times a year and is open to anyone who lives, works and/or studies in Lewisham Central come along and get involved. For more information contact: Ade Joseph on 020 8314 6026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUR LOCAL ASSEMBLY, HAVE YOUR SAY!
Tuesday 10 October, 7-9pm
Venue: Lewisham Methodist Church Hall, Albion Way SE13 6BT
What’s on the agenda at the meeting on 10 October?
1. Police Safer Neighbourhood Team — update A chance to hear from the police on their activities in recent months, and raise issues and concerns with them.
2. Lewisham Central Assembly Fund 2017/18 Come along and vote for the projects and activities that have been bid for by local groups and recommended for consideration by the Assembly’s Coordinating Committee. There is £12,500 available from the Assembly Fund and a further £2,500 from the local Councillors’ Discretionary Fund to spend on local projects in the ward in 2017-18.
3. Reporting back from Assembly funded projects. A local projects funded from last year fund will be reporting back on how the money they received has been spent on improving facilities in your ward.
4. London Borough of Culture! Lewisham’s bid for Borough of Culture Lewisham is bidding to be the first London Borough of Culture! London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a competition for a £1million prize. Back the bid by adding your ideas to www.loveitlewisham.co.uk/tell-us-your-ideas/. If you use social media, show what you love about Lewisham’s culture by tagging #loveitlewishann and #mylocalculture. Even if you don’t think ‘culture’ is something you ‘do’, you are part of Lewisham’s culture and heritage!
Ade Joseph- Development Officer
Culture & Community Development Team
Direct line: 020 8314 6026
Mobile: 07725 785 715