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Perry Vale Ward Assembly this Thursday
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Tim Lund

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11-02-2011 09:32 PM

This takes place on Thursday 17 February at Kilmorie School on Kilmorie Road SE23 2SP.

The meeting will start promptly at 7:30pm with tea and coffee served in the main hall from 7:15pm.

Possibly a more worthwhile Assembly to attend than some, since with bids in for 41,000 of Mayor's fund money, but just 43,000 to spend over this year and next, the co-ordinating group decided to allocate only this year's now, and give other groups a chance to come forward. Your attendance and voting will make a difference!

And if anyone's not sure if they live, work or play in Perry Vale, here is a helpful on line map

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Tim Lund

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18-02-2011 09:41 AM

A good Perry Vale Ward Assembly last night, and congratulations to the three projects which secured funding

* Ageing Well in Lewisham
* Rockbourne Youth Club and
* Friends of Kilmore School for their school gardens

Those that missed out will have another chance in May - 19th I think, but obviously other groups may also have submitted bids for the remaining 24,550. Smile Paul Gale is the Council officer to approach, and before going to the May Assembly bids will also be discussed by the co-ordinators group, whose next meeting has not yet been fixed.

There was a good presentation from a member of Lewisham's Recylcing team, which got me thinking about whether Lewisham could help with web site widgets, feeds etc. to install on local web sites to provide automatically updating messages relevant to recycling. Given their excellent track record with LoveLewisham I guessed they would be able to, and from talking after the meeting, it seems that they are working with 'Brockley Central' on something along these lines. Are you reading this, Admin?

Finally there was a section on Community updates, in which the Pastor of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Kirche on Dacres Road put down a marker for wanting to engage more with other local groups, and mentioned, in particular, an event to be held Sunday July 3rd with German beer, sausages and band. Sounds good value - and hopefully its promotion can be linked in with the Sydenham Arts Festival, which starts that weekend.

Cllr Susan Wise also gave an update on the Friends of Mayow Park - but I'll be posting on this separately.

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Tim Lund

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11-05-2011 07:17 PM

(Well, NEXT Thusday if you're reading this within 24 hours of posting ...)

Perry Vale Ward coordinators met last night to finalise arrangements for the Assembly meeting next Thursday evening, 19th May, half hour earlier than usual at 7.00pm, this time in Forest Hill School, Dacres Road.

There'll be voting on eight bids asking for a total of 34,244 from a total of 24,550 available

The voting format will remain the same with the ranking system being used again. Once again Voting Cards will be issued upon sign-in so that we can help to ensure that only people who live, work or learn in Perry Vale can vote. Voters must be aged 14 or over.

The bids are:

Green Peas UK / Grow Mayow
'Spade to plate' - 35 weeks of gardening workshops

Lewisham Thunder Basketball Club
38 weeks of basketball sessions for the community at all ages and levels

SENIORS (Lewisham Elders Resource Centre)
Saturday Knowledge Interchange Project [SKIP] - 24 weeks of intergenerational activity and learning based workshops.

FH School Specialist School in Performing Arts
It Kickz - 2 year music education programme

Perry Vale Ward Panel / Farren Road Neighbourhood Watch
Security Mirror, Trilby Road alleyway

Sydenham Arts Festival
July 13th Mayow Park film show

Course for 20 local volunteers and young people leading to UK Leaders qualification

Sydenham Garden
A range of activites to be undertaken by award winning local charity supporting people with long terms health needs

Each applicant will have 3 minutes to present their project, with a further 2 minutes allocated for questions.

Apart from this, the running order will be:

Welcome and introductions 7pm 7.10pm
Assembly Fund applications 7.10 7.50pm
SNT Update 8pm 8.10pm
Road Safety Report, Perry Vale and Perry Rise 8.10pm 8.30pm
Kirkdale Centre Consultation 8.30pm 8.40pm
Community Updates 8.40 8.50pm
Results of Assembly Fund Vote and Closing address 8-50 9pm

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