The next Dulwich community council meeting is happening on Wednesday 1 February 2017 at Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, Herne Hill, SE24 9HU.
This meeting will happen in two parts. The first consists of a formal decision making meeting followed by the themed community meeting. So…
At 7pm: Dulwich Community Council – Decision making meeting
Decisions announced for the successful Cleaner Greener Safer Fund 2017/18 projects
At 7.30pm: Dulwich Community Council Forum meeting
The meeting will be hearing from Cllr Johnson Situ – Southwark Council’s Cabinet Member for Business, Employment and Culture giving an overview on the theme.
The committee wants to hear from you all – local business owners and residents!!
So come along, let it know who you are, what service you provide (business owners) or what you like/want to see improved in your area.
There will be community announcements and also an item on Road Junction Safety through proposed double yellow lines and more!!
So get involved in the discussion about Business in Dulwich at the Dulwich community council on Wednesday 1 February from 7pm.
Turney and Burbage Road committees often get asked to help with finding local residents to act as charity trustees. Here are the latest requests:
Trustees sought for the CASSEL Centre, a registered charity based in Forest Hill SE23
Dedicated, professional people with an interest in preventative services for people with mental health, relationship and family difficulties are needed to support this essential local charity which offers over 9,000 sessions per annum. Our turn-over is around £200,000 per annum.
We are keen to recruit people with a range of skills including business development, finance, public relations, marketing, commissioning and fundraising.
The CASSEL Centre’s mission is to prevent abuse, injustice and cruelty to children and adults and promote health and wellbeing. Further details at CASSEL Centre request for expressions of interest in trusteeship
Southwark Pensioners’ Centre (SPC) is looking for trustees with legal and financial experience
SPC is a charity offering a range of services and activities to people over 50 in the London Borough of Southwark. Founded in 1987, the purpose of the Centre is to support older people to enjoy a good quality of life into a healthy old age by providing services, information across the Borough and a community resource centre working to promote choice and opportunity for the diverse population of older people.
If you are interested in becoming a trustee, further details are at Applying to be an SPC Trustee
The Herne Hill Velodrome has enjoyed a great renaissance over recent years with participant cyclists at an all time high. Building on this, the Herne Hill Velodrome Trust has secured funding and is about to reinvigorate the pavilion at the track in order to safeguard this historic site and help develop the Bradley Wiggins of tomorrow.
To support this increasing activity, the Trust is looking for someone with accounting and book keeping experience to help the Trustees run the track’s operational activities whilst the pavilion is re-built, due to complete Jan 2017.
The role would involve working with the Trust’s Treasurer and would include helping to manage the books and records of the Trust, closing the month end accounts and making associated filings.
The time commitment is flexible and would require between half a day and a day per week.
The role would be paid and terms will be discussed with interested candidates.
The successful candidates will require a background in book keeping and / or have a relevant accounting qualification.
If you are interested in this then please contact Hillary Peachey on 07917 688373 or email firstname.lastname@example.org