South Croydon association seeks injection of fresh blood

It is all-change at the South Croydon Community Association.

South Croydon Community AssociationThree years after it was formed by residents and businesses from Croham, Fairfield and Waddon wards where they converge around that nebulous area understood as South Croydon, the SCCA is seeking an injection of new blood among its officers and committee.

“The committee feels that it’s important that individuals don’t stay in the same role for too long,” it has announced.

“It has been suggested that we limit the length of time for incumbents to stay in a role to two years.”

The SCCA annual meeting, which had been due to be held at the end of September, is now to be staged in November, and nominations are invited for the positions of chair (which until now has been Charlotte Davies), treasurer (Freda Hudson) and secretary (John Clingan), and to join the committee.

SCCA says that, “If you wish to discuss or apply for any of the roles, feel free to contact Charlotte (mail@charlottedavies.net) or John (scca@btconnect.com) or any of the other committee members.”

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