St. George’s Day Tea Dance

the over 50s are invited to an afternoon of live music and song from

The Sunshine Kinds, dancing with Tony Lane and performance from St. Paul’s Way Secondary School choir

Thursday 28. April 2022, 2pm – 4:30pm

at The Ecology Pavilion,  on Thursday 28. April 2022, Grove Road, Bow, E3 5TW

Join us for an afternoon concert of festive music and song from 

  • The Sunshine Kings
  • St. Paul’s Way Secondary School Choir

Light refreshments will be served to help you dance the afternoon away.

Booking from Monday 11. April 2022

please call 0207 364 7902 from 10am – 3.00pm Monday to Friay or email

Free admission, this event is for Tower Hamlets residents only

Seats allocated in advance and booking is essential due to limited numbers. Please book as a group if you want to sit with friends, maximum 8 people per group.

Crime on Parkview

It was brought to our attention via NextDoor that on the Parkview Estate, there is a high rate of car break-ins. This morning, one of our coordinators went around the estate and indeed found one car windscreen smashed. We will post pics of all problems we found here, anonymised of course.

A picture was taken and the matter was reported to police and CAD 1183/31Mar22 was allocated.

We can offer residents a specific ASB / crime WhatsApp group to let us know immediately when they have become aware of a problem. We can only deal with what we know and then also raise the matter at the SNT Ward Panel. Please let us know if you wish to become a Neighbourhood Watch member and part of a Parkview WhatsApp group. Register for Neighbourhood Watch here and join the Parkview Neighbourhood Watch group. You can then ask to join a WhatsApp group Parkview specific.

car found vandalised on 31. March 2022, we will make daily rounds and add victim’s cars as they occur.

Protect your car against criminals break-ins by not leaving any valuables or tech items in plain sight. Also you are advised to use a security attachment for blue badges. car crime prevention advice here

Community Safety Pledge


Neighbourhood Watch members pledge to

  • Promote a culture that does not tolerate harmful language, antisocial behaviour and hostility towards others
  • Enable others to identify and take an active stance to prevent harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation within our community.
  • Actively encourage and support others to Report harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation and share intelligence about these crimes to the relevant authorities
  • Support those affected by harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation and refer victims to relevant support agencies

Help improve fire safety

Tower Hamlets Housing Forum and London Fire Brigade are working together to promote fire safety in our borough, and we want to involve residents in getting the message out.
We are making a series of short films where you can discuss your fire safety concerns or issues that you’ve experienced with someone from London Fire Brigade. They will offer advice and guidance to help you.
The content that we create will be used across social channels and partner websites to promote fire safety and signpost residents to further sources of information and advice.

We are looking for up to 10 community contributors, from a range of backgrounds to represent the diversity of Tower Hamlets.
We will be offering a £50 voucher, as  a  thank you to everyone who participates in the project.
Closing date for applications 31 March 2022

For more information, contact: Lisa McCann,

 Fire Safety Team Leader

t. 07984451667


Spring’s already on Parkview

Just coming back from the Globe Town market, where we can buy fresh produce and household goods from our excellent local shops and market stalls and I can see the most beautiful spring flowers blooming on our estate. Thanks to all the volunteers who planted the bulbs, that now delight us. Also a variety of shrubs bloom at different times of year.

Expect delays with waste collections

Tower Hamlets waste services are facing delays with bin collections today due to staff shortages and congestion on the roads caused by the tube strike. TH crews will be working extra shifts this week and over the weekend to clear any backlog. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

You can help by trying to keep your waste to a minimum, securely bagging rubbish and folding bulky items like cardboard boxes so more can fit in the recycling bins 💚

Health and well-being festival

This free festival, organised by Tower Hamlets Homes takes place over 2 weeks.

  1. Collingwood Community Hall
    Saturday, 12. Feb. 2022,
    11am – 3pm
    Orion House, Barnsley Street
    London E1 5RB
  2. Christian Street Community Hub
    Saturday, 19. Feb. 2022,
    11am – 4pm
    30 Challoner Walk,
    London E1 1AZ


  • Health MOT check
  • smoothie bike
  • healthy eating and cooking session
  • fitness taster sessions
  • mental health advice
  • kids activities
  • face paining
  • employment support
  • reducing loneliness