and a reminder about our workshop
Crouch End’s own Festival has just finished and it was a huge success. With the Town Hall open the centre of Crouch End was alive with action. Check out the Twitter feed for a picture of our stall. The Neighbourhood Forum is lucky enough to be holding a workshop actually inside the Town Hall on 27th June from 2 until 4 p.m. – free tickets are available –click here – more details below.
The Town Hall itself was the subject of a recent consultation and cabinet decision – the Neighbourhood Forum will be playing a part in helping guide this project to a conclusion. Read more in this week’s Ham and High. This is definitely a medium term project developing over the next few months. Watch this space for more news.
In the short term we’d like as many people as possible who live, work, shop or play in Crouch End to exert their influence over future plans, so please do come along to the first public workshop on Saturday 27th June 2-4pm at the Town Hall where you can find out more about creating the neighbourhood plan. We’ll be discussing what’s good, what could be better, and what you’d like to change in the area, and help us decide on the boundary for the neighbourhood plan area.Tickets are limited but totally FREE. Book yours now!
If you can’t come to the workshop but still want to express an opinion then we have an online questionnaire for you to complete.
|Another question the Neighbourhood Forum needs to answer is where exactly the boundaries of Crouch End lie. People who say they live in Crouch End have been given gold stars, those who say they do not have been given back blobs – but that’s just symbolic. Add your postcode to help us with the definition using this very short questionnaire. Click on the image for more detail.|
We’re on the look out for people who love Crouch End to lend a hand with the CENF. If you’re interested, get in touch with us at [email protected]
Please do pass this on to anyone you know who might be interested, and we look forward to hearing from you!
All the best,
Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum