RBK is running drop-in sessions to help inform residents about the Council’s Regeneration proposals. Below are a list of future resident drop-in’s:
Wednesday 23rd March
Wednesday 27th April
Wednesday 25th May
Thursday 30th June
With the feedback, received the March drop-in is going to be between 4-8.
Future timings of the drop-in’s are to be confirmed going forward but Jill will post further to let you know when these have been confirmed by RBK.
On Friday 17th of February One Norbiton, AfC (Achieving for Children) and Oxygen held the first meeting of the youth club we have set up to replace the Norbiteens. The photo above shows those who attended.The age group will be 13 to 17 and it will meet on term time Wednesday evenings at 5.30 in Piper Hall. The teenagers themselves have chosen the name NY@PH which stands for ‘New Youth at Piper Hall’. If you know any local teens who might be interested they can contact Jill on firstname.lastname@example.org
Today five members of our new “Norbiteen” Children’s Enterprise; Chloe, Andrew, Harry, Reece and Alex successfully completed our first pilot month of Rewarded Volunteering.
They are seen in this picture after having received their Vouchers from our Vice Chair Harry Hall who thought of the idea of creating an Enterprise for 13 to 17yr olds as part of our One Norbiton TaskForce. Also in this picture is our Secretary Jill Preston who is administering the project and Josh one of our former local NEETs now being helped by Maundy Todd.
One Norbiton’s Housing sub-group suggested in 2012 that the Mezzanine floors of all the tower blocks should be made into 16 flats. The idea was soundly rejected then by Simon Oelman of RBK Housing on the grounds that the concrete could not be drilled to make windows. We now learn that this idea has not only been adopted but has been funded!