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  • AGM 2015 Tulse Hill Forum AGM on 27 JuneTime Table of EventsFrom 3:45pmThis will also be your opportunity to sign-up for membership of the Forum, if you have not already done so. Refreshments will be available.4pm:1. Welcome by Chair (as we have a full agenda, the meeting will start at this time).Apologies4:10pm:2. Tulse Hill Toge£her (participatory budgeting).. A representative of each organisation will make a brief presentation and answer any questions.5:10pm: voting. Refreshment break.5:40pm: Annual General Meeting (AGM) business:We would also like to take this opportunity to encourage you to stand for election to the Forum. The nomination form sets out the different roles available ...
    Posted 5 Jun 2015, 14:17 by Tulse Hill
  • Family Day By The Sea Family Day By The Sea. Are you a family living in Tulse Hill?  Then you are invited to this great day out. Parents can bring their children to Margate for a fun filled day by the sea. . Cost £1.00 per Tulse Hill resident.All Children must be accompanied by their own parent(s), grandparent(s) or carer(s). Proof of address will be required on bookingTickets available from  High Trees Community Trust 220 Upper Tulse Hill SW2 2NS
    Posted 5 Jun 2015, 06:02 by Tulse Hill
  • Neighbourhood Plan Tulse Hill 2025 What is a Neighbourhood Plan?   Do you want your say in  choosing where new housing should go protecting the high street choosing where new industry or employment goes protecting green spaces.   A Neighbourhood Plan is a new type of planning policy document for a local area (Neighbourhood). Once adopted, it forms part of the Local Development Plan for the local authority and is used to consider all planning applications in that area. Neighbourhood Plans can establish general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood, such as: Where new homes & offices should be built & how they should look Locations for new shops & community facilities Protecting locally important landscapes & open spaces Enabling tourism ...
    Posted 25 Jan 2015, 15:18 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Singing Group - meets every Tuesday evening The Tulse Hill singing group is going from strength to strength and now has about 20 members. At the moment we are meeting at Jubilee Hall, Greenleaf Close on Tulse Hill Estate, and at the Rotunda Community Centre on Cressingham Gardens Estate (both locations easily reached from Tulse Hill). We are extremely grateful to the Tenants and Residents Associations of both estates for their support over the last year. We meet on a Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30pm, and we welcome all comers, whether you have any experience of singing or not. The group are very supportive of each other and we are currently ably led by David Dellaire through Morley College, who are supporting us this ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2014, 10:19 by Tulse Hill
  • Tulse Hill Forum AGM - Thurs 17 July 2014 (6:30 to 9pm) The Forum AGM will take place on Thurs 17 July at St Martin's Community Centre, Abbots Park, SW2 3PW from 6:30 to 9pm. Please come along and hear about the Forum's activities over the last year, and join in the discussion about future developments. There will also be elections for committee posts. If you are a member of the Forum, you are entitled to vote at the AGM. If you would like to get more involved in the Forum's work, why not nominate yourself for a committee position - see nomination form attached. This should be returned to the Forum by e-mail by 10 July 2014. Please return to enquiries@tulsehillforum.org.uk. We welcome nominations ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2014, 10:02 by Tulse Hill
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How would you spend £400 in your community to help it feel safer and 
getting to know your neighbours' We are asking local people, community groups, schools, businesses, youth groups, friends and neighbours to come up with ideas, of how money can be spent to help people to get to know each other so they feel safer living in Tulse Hill. Even better, local people will decide which projects receive funding and will be able to vote for the ones they think will benefit the community the most.

Tulse Hill Toge£her
is a project created by Tulse Hill Forum that will directly involve local people in making decisions on spending and priorities from targeted public funding.

Local money for local people

The theme of this funding is:

“Tulse Hill Together, knowing each other will make us feel safer”
Who can apply?
Project proposals are invited from individuals or groups who can genuinely ‘add value’ and do not replace services that are being provided through mainstream budgets.

The maximum that a project can apply for is £400.

The deadline for applications is 5:00pm Wednesday, 24h June.
Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.
A member of your group/organisation must attend the ‘Tulse Hill Toge£her” event on Saturday 27th June
One rep of the application must attend the pre application workshop
The workshops will take place on: 
17th June James Wilson Coffee Shop 3-6pm Please attend any time during this time and expect to stay for about 30 mins. In exceptional circumstances a phone line conversation might be arranged
All potential projects will be invited to the Participatory Budgeting event on Saturday 27th June 2015 to present their proposals, and answer questions from local residents. 
The application will not be considered unless you can attend the pre application workshops and the event on 27th June 2015.
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Part A
Contact person:

Name of Group/Organisation if applicable:

Email address:

Address for correspondence:

Telephone number:

Do you 
Live in Tulse Hill? Yes or No
Work in Tulse hill? Yes or No
Go to school in Tulse hill? Yes or No

Our People
Picture by Philip Hollis for DT Create.   19-3-11 Lee Dema with the Tulse Hill Estate footballers who play in his St Matthew's Project Football teams. Brockwell Park. South London Pic Shows:  Lee with the boys and the Under 11 side playing in Blue against Peckham. (Red/Black hoops)   People like Lee Dema who train young people week in and week out in Brockwell Park
Our Place
Explore our Parks and Open Spaces (walled garden Brockwell Park) more green spaces here
Our Voice
If you want to have your say join the Tulse Hill Forum today

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