The Opportunity and Fairness Commission is calling for evidence from the people of Croydon, of the issues, challenges, assets and opportunities that exist in the borough. Please get in touch and share your views by making a submission, or download the DIY kit of activities to do with a group.Make A Submission
Croydon’s Opportunity and Fairness Commission has announced it will hold an Open Day.
The Open Day will be an opportunity for members of the public to directly contribute to the Commission’s work.
Members of the public are strongly encouraged to drop in to have their voices heard.
It will be held on Tuesday 1st September at Croydon Conference Centre from 2:30pm to 7:30pm. The full address of the venue is 5-9 Surrey Street, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1RG.
It will be an informal and friendly event, and include a rolling presentation about the Commission’s findings so far and the emerging priorities the Commission has identified.
The Open Day is open to everyone – whether you are a charity, community group, or a resident. Food and drinks will be provided.
The Open Day is one of the Commission's many public engagement events where Commissioners are seeking to hear from local residents and organisations what they think needs to be done to make Croydon a fairer place with more opportunity.
The Commission is an independent body chaired by the Bishop of Croydon, Rt Rvd Jonathan Clark, and run by 11 volunteer Commissioners.
It will publish its Interim Report in September, and its final report is due in January 2016. For more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the Open Day was initially scheduled to happen at venue space Project B. However, the Commission has decided to host the Open Day at Croydon Conference Centre instead.