News and Notices from PHRA

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PHRA would like some help

PHRA is run by a small committee and newsletters are delivered by a slightly larger group of residents. See below where you could help us.... Read more

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Another record litter collection

More volunteers (23 including our Safer Neighbourhood Team) enabled us to beat the January 2020 record. We collected 34 bags of rubbish as well as 5 hubcaps, builders' rubbish, a chair and a neatly broken up child's wardrobe. After picking up this rubbish, Veolia collected a desk reportedly dumped a... Read more

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Towers and more

WATER TOWER The hoarding around the tower is to enable essential health and safety works. The turret at the top of the tower is not secure and needs urgent attention. The hoarding has been built far enough out from the tower in case anything falls from high up. We do not yet have a time frame for... Read more

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Local Covid-19 information

The UK government's website includes data down to local areas, in our case for Park Hill and Lloyd Park. It gives daily and weekly data for our area, usually updated late afternoon, seven days a week. It also provides data for Croydon, similar to or more comprehensive than that published by the BBC.... Read more

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Park Hill Residents Association

OUR FINANCES - SEPTEMBER 2020 David Stanton, our Treasurer, reports on the Association’s finances for the year ending 29 February 2020. The accounts and balance sheet are attached:- PHRA has continued in the same good health financially in the 2019-20 year as in the previous year. Our income... Read more

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CORONA VIRUS – GETTING HELP AND GIVING HELP

If you need help from a volunteer, for instance with shopping, contact Croydon Voluntary Action on the following numbers:- 020 8253 7076 07540 720120 This service is available Monday –Friday 10.00am – 4.00pm. If you would like to help as a volunteer, contact Croydon Voluntary  Action on:- ... Read more

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Record Litter Collection

18 Park Hill Residents collected a record 33 bags of rubbish in the 2020 "Spring Clean". In addition they found a technical tripod, a pushchair, a road sign, some hub caps as well as other hardware items. Many thanks to all who took part.... Read more