Community Action Group Meeting

The next Bermondsey Rotherhithe Community Action Network (BRCAN) takes place on Friday 18th March

The event will be held at Times and Talents, just a few minutes away from Rotherhithe overground station.

This meeting will bring together community groups and active individuals from the Bermondsey and Rotherhithe area to share information and news, discuss local issues and identify areas where social action can be supported.

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Community Action Group Agenda:

2:00 – 2:15 – Welcome and Updates

2:15 – 3:15 – Issue Focus and Discussion

3:15 – 3:45 – Opportunities for Social Action

3:45 – 4:00 – News sharing

Register your attendance

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This is a chance to include people who might not have made it to the initial meeting, share news, discuss local issues and identify opportunities for social action in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe.

Please feel free to pass this on to any groups or individuals you think would be interested in finding out more about getting involved in their local CAN.

At our last meeting a number of issues relevant to the area were identified. We would like to choose one of these to focus on in the next meeting. The options are:

  • Making sure people know about resources in the area
  • Making sure people know about new developments in regeneration in the area
  • New residents and established communities – community cohesion

Taking it further

E-mail CAN to let them know what you would like to discuss in the meeting, be it one of the topics above or something completely different so they will focus on what is going on locally already, what local people can help with, and how we can work with active residents and local people to improve things.

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