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ChART are busy preparing our plan for the next 6 years - we need to know what you think! Please take 10 minutes to complete our questionnaire and let us know what you think we should be focussing on. All responses are anonymous unless you choose to give us your details.

ChART Consultation poster Have your say what happens next. Image shows silhouettes of people with speech bubbles asking “what can we do better”

 

 

Text based poster advertising the opening of ChART Community Food Bank. Starting Wednesday 25th September 12pm to 2pm in WG Grace Community Centre, 1 Lions Close, SE9 4HG

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Food Bank Volunteering Opportunities flyer. Food Bank openeing September 2019, wednesdays midday till 2pm. Various volunteering roles listed. contact paul@chartbiglocal.org.uk / 020 8851 0174  for more information

  

 

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Flyer Advertising Chinbrook Connections group Every Thursday 11:30am - 1:30pm WG Grace Community Centre, 1 Lions Close, SE9 4HG. Graphic with tea cups advertising Free Tea, Coffee and Biscuits, Board Games & Quizzes, A Friendly Chat

 

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ChART Garden Competition - The Winners

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We had a second great year of our garden competition. The judges visited some very different growing spaces, from small balconies to larger community gardens. It was wonderful to hear the passion people had for growing and caring for their outdoor space and the sharing of advice, seeds and plants that went on between neighbours.

We were especially pleased to have a children’s category this year and our winners John John (4) and Melody (9) both impressed the judges with their ...growing skills, both winning £25 vouchers. The judges thought Melody's delightful planter was made even more attractive by the use of the hat as planter in preference to a plastic pot. We thought the plants, which looked so good together, would have been very popular with bees and other insects too. John John was our youngest entrant and it was clear to see his enthusiasm for all the vegetables and fruit he has grown this year. He has grown carrots, peas, beetroot, rhubarb, strawberries and tomatoes, all in a small area. His carrots looked amazing!

This years' winners in the adults class (each winning a £50 voucher) were:

Jon & Pia: They have nurtured a blank canvas of garden space into a series of interesting areas around the house. Each area works well with interesting planting. They have installed a watering system which uses water with care as needed. The judges particularly enjoyed the contrasting textures and leaf shapes and the winding stony path area leading round one side of the house.

Patricia: Patricia has a small well cared for balcony. It was a delight to hear her talk with such enthusiasm about her plants. She is relatively new to gardening and admits to not knowing much about plant names but is picking up tips and plants from neighbours and is justly proud of what she has created – a beautiful and colourful display.

Philip & Derek: This community space has been brought to life over many years. From short grass all over (maintained by council) Derek has created beds and built fruit cages and raised beds using recycled timber. Most of the work is done by Derek and Philip and they both have areas that they concentrate on. Philip showed us a photo album showing the changes over the years. There is a small greenhouse too. There was a great selection of tomato plants and some colourful bedding. The judges liked the use of old toilets gleaned from a skip which were transformed into jazzy planters.

 

 

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would you like a play street flyer. For help creating a car free, safe space for the community to come together and children to play outside contact victoria@chartbiglocal.org.uk telephone: 02088510174

What's On:

One-to-one Employment Advice

By appointment.

Would you like help finding a job or updating your CV? ChART are pleased to be able to offere 1-to-1 support sessions, for more information contact Suzannah: suzannah@chartbiglocal.org.uk 020 8851 0174 / 07450 555942

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 Seniors' Coach Trips

Poster for WG Grace Senior Citizens' Coach trips. call 02088510174 for full details

 

ChART Community Food Project

Every Wednesday Starting 25th September 12pm - 2pm

WG Grace Community Centre

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Walk with ChART

Every Thursday 10.00-11.00am

Meet at WG Grace Community Centre

email: info@chartbiglocal.org.uk for more information

 

Chinbrook Connections - Befriending Group

Every Thursday 11:30am - 1:30pm

WG Grace Community Centre

Text based poster advertising Chinbrook Connections Befriending Group, open to all adults Thursdays 11:30am - 1:30pm WG Grace Community Centre, 1 Lions Close, SE9 4HG

 ChART Yoga

Every Saturday from 5th October - 30th November

WG Grace Community Centre,

Free for residents of the ChART Area, just £5 for everyone else.

Contact: geny@cheyoga.co.uk

 

Chinbrook Meadows Conservation & Clean-Up with Friends of Chinbrook Meadows

Last Saturday of each month

11am - 1pm

Meet in front of the Cafe in the park at 11am

 

Apple Fun Day

Saturday 5th October 1:30pm - 4pm

The Orchard in Chinbrook Meadows

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ChART Nature Club - October Half-term

Monday October 21st 10am - 1pm

Chinbrook Meadows

 

 

  

 

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Do you want to do something for your local community?

Volunteer with ChART and help make our little corner of the world an even better place.

We're currently looking for help setting up & staffing FREE community events.

Help with community engagement & canvassing for Play Streets.

Can you hep us publicise events - could you put a poster up on your gate?

Admin & Social Media Support.

Even half an hour can make a big difference. For more information e-mail: info@chartbiglocal.org.uk 

 

Our priorities are

• Social Investment & Small Grants
• Education & Training
• Employment Prospects
• Parks & Green Spaces
• Community & Belonging
• Health & Well-being
• Routes out of Poverty