Tulse Hill Forum is an independent voluntary group.
Tulse Hill Forum is a voluntary group that provides a place where local people can get involved in making decisions that affect the Tulse Hill area. We are also part of the Lambeth Forum Network – an organisation which provides the opportunity to share information and resources across the borough.
What do Forum members do?
The members support the Forum by commenting on any policy issues or being members of any sub group such as the children and young people’s sub group and attending public meetings usually 4 per year.
Our Objectives are:
To give a voice to the people of Tulse Hill and to reflect their aspirations and concerns.
To promote Tulse Hill and, in collaboration with the Borough of Lambeth and with other relevant organisations and individuals, work to develop, sustain and improve the area’s community, economy, environment and the quality of life and amenity for its residents, businesses and visitors.
If you are interested in playing a part in your local community, why not join the Forum and make your voice heard. Please fill in the membership form overleaf today and get to know your local community.
Our aim is to provide a place where local people can get involved in making decisions that affect the Tulse Hill area.
We have a small amount of funding from Lambeth Council and the Tulse Hill Forum is also part of the Lambeth Forum Network – an organization which provides the opportunity to share information and resources across the borough.
It started as an idea at the 2010 Lambeth Country Show in Brockwell Park, and we started meeting as a group in May 2011 and have continued meeting monthly since then. Groups who are involved in the Tulse Hill Forum include:
- High Trees Community Development Trust
- Josephine Avenue Group
- The Palace Project
- Tulse Hill Estate Tenants and Residents Association
- Cressingham Gardens Tenants and Residents Association
- Green Community Champions
- Brockwell Gate Estate
- Brockwell Park Community Partners
- St Mathews Project
We have been discussing:
- What our vision is for the Tulse Hill Area
- Youth and Young People’s Activities
- Having a regular market in the area
- How to support local businesses
- A green walk in the Tulse Hill area
- Community Asset Audit
Events we have held for the local community include:
- a workshop to develop a community choir
- a warm and well event for the elderly
- an interfaith event
- a winter fair
- a local Market