REPORTS FROM THE RECORDER & ADVERTISING RATES
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USEFUL LOCAL INFORMATION & LINKS
(Things to do, join and help with)
AND ITS COMMON
THE RIDDLESDOWN RECORDER ON LINE
You can download recent past copies of our magazine as PDF files.
The “Riddlesdown Recorder”, is the magazine of the Association and is usually published twice a year, with a Spring/early Summer and Autumn edition. There is limited space for advertising.
The next Recorder magazine will be in the spring/early summer 2022.
The editor for the Riddlesdown Recorder is; Dr Neil Tarrant. Please send any articles or reports for inclusion in the magazine, to him direct. Neil can be contacted via EditorRRA@gmail.com
Advertisements in “The Riddlesdown Recorder”
SUMMARY INFORMATION & PROCEDURES:
We still do need some more Road Stewards to help us out and deliver this Recorder magazine. So if any resident living in our area would be available to become a Road Steward, we do currently have some vacancies principally for the following streets: Brancaster Lane, Cranford Close, Dalegarth Gardens, Ingleboro Drive, Mitchley Ave, Rectory Park, Rydal Close, Riddlesdown Ave and Riddlesdown Rd.
We try and give each Steward about 30 properties, and if you live in that street, it is a good way of meeting your neighbours. The Recorder is issued every 6 months and the Spring/early summer edition will involve the collection of subs at the same time. If you are interested, please contact us by e-
The RRA works closely with Croydon Council and other organisations, on a broad range of issues, including, the protection of the Green Belt, public transport, local environment, local infrastructure, health, schools, policing and our community and so much more. To do this we need a few more residents to step forward and join the RRA committee. Two of our long standing members have recently stepped down after 45 and 50 years of service each. Our Treasurer has also recently left the post for personal reasons. Do we have a resident out there who can offer their services as a Committee member? If so, please let us know.
THE RRA RECORDER MAGAZINE
The RRA has existed since 1937 and is a non-
All items will be considered for the magazine but are always subject to availability of space and suitability of content.
Free inclusion in the magazine's Community Pages of short pieces (new ones required for each issue, please) about local associations, activities and events is offered, but please get them in as early as possible.