Library Consultation Drop-In on Monday 12 July from 12.30-2.00pm

Croydon Council will be offering a drop-in session at the Shirley Library for your views on the options for our future library service. We’d also like to hear any ideas you may have. You can speak to council staff about the consultation or get a paper copy of the survey and/or any other supporting documents:

Robert Hunt, Stephen Tate, Joan Redding and Councillor Lewis will be available to answer questions.

Shirley Library’s session will be on Monday 12th July between 12.30 and 2.00pm.

Shirley Jumble Trail – Sunday 6 June 2021 from 11am to 3pm

The Shirley Jumble Trail is back!

Join residents of Shirley, Croydon on a sunny Sunday as we host our huge Jumble Trail in our front gardens, yards or ‘front bits’ on the streets around Wickham Road. Come and give an old thing a new home.

There will be second hand treasures, original handmade gifts, plenty of food and drink stops, and more!

Jumble Trail Map:
https://goo.gl/maps/fv64Y3sUAE97TBCr6

Sign up to be a seller:
http://eepurl.com/g_Wi09

Already on the list? Here’s what to do:
– Register using your email
– If you get an error message to say ‘You’ve already subscribed’
– Select ‘Click to update your profile’
– Add your information to the ‘What I’m Selling’ section
– Check the map at the next update for your info

Join our group for the latest info: www.facebook.com/groups/shirleyjumbletrail

Save Croydon Libraries Campaign Meeting – 13 May 2021 at 7pm

Please book via Eventbrite.

It’s free to attend but only those who have booked will be admitted so please spread the word!

Attendees will need a Zoom account (this could be a free one) to join the meeting. Just log into your account and use the link you’ve been sent to join the meeting. The meeting will open five minutes prior so we can start promptly at 7pm.

Website: www.savecroydonlibraries.wordpress.com
Email: savecroydonlibraries@gmail.com
Twitter: @SaveCroydonLibs

Housing Advice in the Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed thousands of people to financial hardship and the risk of eviction. It is estimated that approximately 800,000 renters are behind on their rent and a flood of evictions may occur once the current temporary ban on evictions ends on 31 May 2021.

South West London Law Centres is hosting an online event to help local residents/organisations understand the help on offer from our legal aid housing team for those experiencing housing issues such as homelessness and eviction, repairs not being carried out or deposits not being returned, and find out how to access the service.

The event will be held on Thursday 25 March at 11am and will consist of a presentation on housing issues during the pandemic followed by a Q&A with housing solicitor Jeinsen Lam.

To register for the event, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/housing-advice-in-the-pandemic-tickets-143989088239