Project: Community garden
Picnic tables, benches, raised beds for planting, only some of the things we have planned for our local "Community Safe Space"
Sparkling Streets clean-up
We completed our February clean-up. Lots of children came along, over 30 volunteers which is excellent!
Newsflash:
We have cut down the branches and bushes for our community garden ... Read More
There is a Police community meeting on Mon 22 Feb at 6 pm at Christ Church on Sampson Road.
Reward trips for our volunteers
Trips
Reward trips for our volunteers
So far we have been to London Science Museum and to Brean Fun park for our volunteers who help with the Sparkling Streets project.
Cleaning-up our streets
Sparkling Streets
Cleaning-up our streets
Sampson Road Residents Association have been running our Sparkling Streets clean-up project for many years now. We take pride in our area and this project is helpful in educating our youth on cleanliness.
Making streets safer
Road Safety Campaign
Making streets safer
We saw a need to improve conditions for pedestrians particularly along the Kyotts Lake Road and Kendal Road stretch, especially after the death of one our much loved residents on this road.
Pull.............!!!!!
Community Fun Day
Pull.............!!!!!
We love organising community events, from awards ceremonies to community fun days. Here we put on a fun day in Farm Park with bouncy castles, stalls, face painting and more!
We want weapons gone!
Knife Crime
We want weapons gone!
Sampson Road Residents Association installed the first ever weapon surrender bin in Sparkbrook. Anyone can use this bin - please do use it. Think twice, bin a knife and save a life.
Workshops and demo's with the local Highgate Fire Station
Education
Workshops and demo's with the local Highgate Fire Station
We thank the local Highgate Fire Station for their help in educating our youth. They have held demo's and also a tour of the Fire Station and vehicles.
Turning an eye sore into a community garden
Community Garden
Turning an eye sore into a community garden
We will be transforming a piece of derelict land into a community garden in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society. Watch out for more news!
MP Jane Ellison presenting award for our walking activity
Walking for Health
MP Jane Ellison presenting award for our walking activity
We have been working with Living Streets to introduce more walking in Sparkbrook.
Patrolling the streets of Sparkbrook in an effort to reduce crime
Street Watch
Patrolling the streets of Sparkbrook in an effort to reduce crime
We are active in conducting Street Watch patrols in Sparkbrook. Working to reduce crime.
Community garden
Knife bin launch
Taking kids on annual trip
RTA demo at Highgate Fire Station
Sparkling streets clean-up
Speeding protest
Organised a skip for community
Tackling fly-tipping
Fun day for community
Walking for health
Sparkling Streets clean-up
Jan 2016
Volunteers were out in force again for the January clean-up. If you want to join us you are more than welcome. Please just turn up - we will provide the equipment.
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Our monthly street clean-up
Fly tipping
Enough is enough!
Over the past few months, we have seen an increase in the amount of rubbish being dumped on and around Sampson Road. We have had mattresses, sofas, and so on being dumped here. Please report anyone you see dumping rubbish to the Council.
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Report those you see dumping rubbish.
Walking routes
We want your feedback!
We would like to continue with our walking for health project and would like to know from the community where they would like the walking route to encompass. Let us know by contacting us.
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Young people and adults walking more, getting fitter, and also socialising more.
  • Sparkling Streets clean-up Our monthly street clean-up
  • Fly tipping Report those you see dumping rubbish.
  • Walking routes Young people and adults walking more, getting fitter, and also socialising more.
Ayaz Younis
Ayaz Younis Secretary
Ayaz is always searching for new ways to improve our community, plus he's a whizz on the computer!
Sabar Khan
Sabar Khan Chair
Sabar has been with the association from day one. Still sitting in the top chair!
Javed Khan
Javed Khan Vice-Chair
Javed is a stalwart in the community. Everyone knows him, and he always helps where he can.