Residents are cordially invited to participate in the AGM to be held on
13th. January 2020 at 7pm at the Glasshouse Community Centre on Parkview Estate.
The business of this meeting will be
- Chair person’s report
- Officers and committee members election.
Please do not hesitate to ask any questions about living on the estate or send them in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
With many thanks to Tower Hamlets @THH inspiring communities fund and Kevin and team installing it, the new basketball hoop will help those, wanting to do some target practise. Located between Rosebery House and Gatehouse school.
All Tenants and Residents are cordially invited for a public meeting on
Saturday, 21. September 2019 at 5pm.
Meeting place is our Glasshouse Community Centre.
- Chair’s welcome and brief summary of work done by the TRA in 2019 thus far.
- New basket ball hoop beside Rosebery/Gatehouse play space (up-date)
- Info on how the TRA works and how to join, duty specifications for roles.
- Open floor for questions and suggestions.
- Date of next AGM and next meeting date in October.
Could all attendees please refrain from stating whether they are tenants or leaseholders at the introduction as we want to concentrate on community cohesion regardles of personal status.
Please note that also all meetings are published on our website calendar.
the next public meeting, to which all residents are cordially invited will take place
Date: 11. June 2019
Time: 7 pm – 8 pm
Venue: Glasshouse Community Centre (see map)
Details to follow.
Parkview Spring Fayre 2019 buffet
What a lovely day we’ve had. There was a lovely buffet, hosted by Ros with many donated dishes from our local community.
I’ve learned how easy it is to make delicious puffed rice at home. The samosas were very spicy and yummy too.
Chillie, sweet peppers and Squash plants
Later in the day two very important visitors from Hackney City Farm, Rita and Ken taught us how to grow sweet peppers, chillies and Squash on our balconies.
Rita explained: “It’s wonderful to watch them grow and then harvest the rewards and be able to eat them at the end of the season.”
Ken from Hackney City Farm in the bee keeper outfit.
Ken, the bee expert taught how bees pollinate plants for a long distance around each hive and it seems plausible to keep bees on estates to help pollinate our plants.
It takes around 600 bees to fill one jar of honey and the bees fly twice around the globe to fill that jar. (equivalent)
Also there was a giveaway of bee friendly flowers for our balconies to help sustain that bee hunger.