Charlton Society Annual Meeting – Saturday 19 October 2013

Charlton House
Charlton House

If you’ve ever wondered what the Charlton Society gets up to – or want to get involved – here’s an opportunity:

Dear Charlton Friends

All members, Charlton residents and friends are invited to attend our 45th Annual Meeting on Saturday 19 October at 14.30 in Charlton House.

Our guest speaker will be our local MP, Rt Hon Nick Raynsford. We will also be joined by the Society President, Viscount Gough and the Mayor of Greenwich will also be with us at the end of the meeting. Charlton councillors and representatives from other Charlton organisations have also been invited.

Charlton has continued to grow in its resilience and confidence this year although we face a few challenges. One of these is the attempted renaming of Charlton Lido to Royal Greenwich Lido, please do sign the petition if you haven’t already: http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/gll-it-s-called-charlton-lido-because-it-s-in-charlton-2?share_id=ZBzGdxRuwG.

The developments on Charlton Riverside move on apace and the 20mph zone is to be extended to most of Charlton.

I do hope you can join us for the AGM. As a society, we celebrate our heritage and conservation, care passionately about our built and green environment but also about our community and future. We would always welcome new people to join the Society and our Committee.

Hope to see you on the 19th.

Yours

David Gardner
Chair
The Charlton Society

PS Date for your diary – our Annual Dinner will be on Friday 22 November 2013.

 

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2 thoughts on “Charlton Society Annual Meeting – Saturday 19 October 2013

  1. John Dunthorne February 15, 2014 / 17:07

    we have just been clearing out some paper work from my late mothers belongings and there are journal (1986) and a couple of newsletters from the l990’s relating the Charlton Society. Would you be interested in having them?

    • ThePirateKing February 15, 2014 / 20:52

      Yes please.
      I’m just looking through a pile of newsletters from the 1970s. We’d love to add those to the Society archive.

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