Your Residents' Association

Norbury Green Residents' Association represents the views and concerns of the residents of the Norbury Green area (bordered by Stanford Road, London Road, Norbury Court Road, Ena Road, Norbury Cross and Darcy Road).

We campaign on issues like rubbish, fly-tipping, new developments and work with local councillors on big issues like the closure of services like Norbury Library.

We work closely with the Norbury Village, Scott's Estate and Pollards Hill Residents' Associations.

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Upcoming events

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NGRA Annual General Meeting Tuesday 15th March at 7.30pm

We invite you all to attend our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 15h March, at 7.30pm.

The meeting will be held at the Norbury Baptist Church, Semley Road, Norbury, SW16.

We will be holding our committee elections. So whether you just want to know what your local residents association does, or want to get more involved and join the committee please do come along.

On the night you can join or renew your membership. There is no increase to membership fees again this year. Current membership is £5.00 per household or £2.50 concessions (student, in receipt of state benefits or pension).

We cannot achieve anything without your support, so do make time to come along to the meeting and join your local residents association!

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‘Love Norbury’ was launched by the Mayor of Croydon in July 2014 and is a campaign based on educating, encouraging and involving residents and businesses to build a sense of community spirit and respect for our neighbourhood.

The four Norbury residents’ associations have come together to develop a campaign to improve the local area and regain a sense of pride in Norbury.

These include helpful information on key issues like refuse management and recycling, how to get involved in the local community and the answers to frequently asked questions.

Through the introduction of a ‘Love Norbury’ loyalty discount card for members and friends of our residents’ associations, we are encouraging residents to shop locally and support our high street.

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