July & August 2021 Clean & Green Walkabout details

Use the map of the Addiscombe West Polling districts to find out which roads your councillors are visiting each Saturday in July and August 2021.

Tell us what needs fixing. Your Local Councillors Green & Clean Walkabout is a chance for you to let your elected representatives know about issues in your street or an area that you are concerned about. It could be a need for more street trees in your road, or there is a dog-mess problem, or the road sweeping needs improving.

Let us know what local issues you are concerned about. You can email us on [email protected] or leave a voice message on 020 8819 5597, or write to us at Addiscombe West Labour, 43 Blackhorse Lane, Croydon, CR0 6RT

Green & Clean Walkabout Dates

Saturday 24th July 2021

All roads in the ADW1 Polling District including roads north of Dartnell Road including Laurier Road, Jesmond Road, NorthwayRoad, Alderton Road, Morland Road (the section between Woodside School and Dartnell Road, Gowllands Close, and Davidson Road (between The Robert Fitzroy School and Stretton Road.

Saturday 31st July 2021

All roads in ADW2 including all roads off Stretton Road, Morland Avenue, Freemason Rd, Gordon Crescent, and southern sections of Morland Road (from Dartnell Road to Lower Addiscombe Road and Davidson Road (Stretton Road to Lower Addiscombe Road).

Saturday 7th August 2021

All roads in ADW3 including Oval Road, Cedar Road and its surrounds, Cherry Orchard Road, Cross Road & its surrounds, and the Lower Addiscombe Road shopping parade.

Saturday 14th August 2021

​All roads in ADW4 including Canning and Clyde Roads, Warren and Hastings Roads, Leslie Park Road, Tunstall Road, Addiscombe Court Road, Lebanon Road and Addiscombe Road (from Clyde Road to East Croydon Station).

Saturday 21st August 2021

All roads in ADW5 including Turnpike Link, Leafy Way, Park Hill Rise, Addiscombe Grove, Grenville Close, Garrick Crescent, Altyre Road and surrounds.

Have you an idea to improve your area?

We are also looking to build on the success of the many residents who took part in mutual-aid groups that sprung up in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are looking to support community-minded local residents who want to make their road or street a more friendly, sustainable neighbourhood. If you have an idea to improve your local area please talk to us to see if we can help make it a success.