The TRA led a major campaign last year to open the Dip Site. We’re delighted we succeeded. Please come to the opening ceremony to celebrate.
There’s a three day half term program for young people taking place at the Dip Site. If you’re interested please sign up here
Throughout this year we’ve been campaigning for decent youth facilities on this estate and now we’ve won! Our new youth club on Maskall Close is now open. Thanks to all who made it happen
When the sports facilities on Maskall Close opened two years ago we were told community groups would be able to rent out the facilities. After a campaign by the TRA the City Heights Academy has finally agreed to this.
We handed in a petition with over 400 signatures at the council meeting in July. The petition demanded the youth and leisure facilities on Maskall Close are open to all. The council have now given us this response.
One of our members recently attended a meeting in the town hall about the Maskall Close youth facilities. The minutes are below. Please come to our general meeting on Wednesday 26th August so we can discuss the next stages of the campaign
Our first ever newsletter is now available. You can download it here
Thanks to everyone who came to support us as Cllr Mary Atkins handed in our petition for decent youth facilities to the council. For those who missed it, the story was covered by the Brixton Blog
Thanks to the 381 people who have signed our petition demanding the youth and sports facilities on Christchurch Road (the “Dip Site”) are open to the entire community. This is what we were promised when the City Heights Academy was originally built. Cllr Mary Atkins is presenting the petition to Lambeth Council this Wednesday at … More Presenting the “Dip Site” petition
Our next general meeting is this coming Tuesday St Martin’s TRA General Meeting St Martin’s Community Centre, Abbots Park Tuesday 28th April, 7pm – 9pm (advice surgery from 6pm for personal issues) Full agenda here This will be our first general meeting since January. The progress on the issues that came up on our January … More Progress Since Our Last General Meeting