Welcome to the official site for residents of the Triangle area in Southfields, SW18

Southfields Triangle Residents’ Association and Neighbourhood Watch (STRA) was founded in the late 1980s and is run by a committee of representatives who live within the Triangle area.

We aim to promote the community, protect the environment, liaise with local representatives, help prevent crime and help the vulnerable.

Southfields Christmas Lights

Southfields Christmas Lights

In association with the Southfields Business Forum we would like to share their invitation to invite all Southfields residents to the turning on of the Christmas Lights.

The big switch on is at 5pm on the 6th December and this will be opened by the Deputy Mayor of Wandsworth.

Live Jazz, Market Stalls, Carols, Mince Pies, Mulled wine and the harmonic sounds of the Sing Swell Choir.

This event is sponsored by the All England Club and we look forward to seeing everyone there.

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Public Meeting - Wimbledon Park Improvements with Justine Greening and Friends of Wimbledon Park

Public Meeting - Wimbledon Park Improvements with Justine Greening and Friends of Wimbledon Park

We are pleased to share and participate in a open meeting hosted by the Friends of Wimbledon Park and our MP Justine Greening on 23rd November at 7pm at the Wimbledon Club to get your views on ideas for improving Wimbledon Park.

Please see letter from Justine invite all to attend and discuss ideas for this fabulous local space.

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Dear Resident, Wimbledon Park Public Meeting: 23 November at 7pm at the Wimbledon Club The Friends of Wimbledon Park and I are hosting a public meeting on 23rd November at 7pm at the Wimbledon Club to get your views on ideas for improving Wimbledon Park. As you may be aware, last year Merton Council made a series of proposals on Wimbledon Park. This included moving the athletics stadium to near the railway line, a move that many local residents did not support as the stadium would have backed onto residents’ gardens and created a lot of disruption. Fortunately, those plans were shelved by Merton Council, so along with the Friends of Wimbledon Park and Stephen Hammond MP, after having had lots of feedback on what people didn’t like, we wanted to try to have a better discussion on what changes we would like to see, and I would like to get your views on better ways for the park to be improved. The meeting will give a chance for Friends of Wimbledon Park to share some of the ideas they have already had for ways to improve the existing facilities and improve the park. It will be a chance for residents to feedback on those ideas but also importantly to suggest some suggestions of your own. Ideally we’d like to then pull together a resident-driven proposal with Friends of Wimbledon Park and then get Merton and Wandsworth Council to support it to be taken forward. In the meantime, I have also written to Merton Council to see what the next steps are for the park and how we can take forward any residents’ ideas that come from our meeting. The meeting will take place on 23rd November at 7pm at the Wimbledon Club so do come along to share your own thoughts and views. Also, please do share this with your friends and neighbours if you know someone who might be interested in attending. If you can’t make it, but are still interested in getting more information, please see my website and look out for a survey following the meeting, or just drop me a line with any suggestions for Wimbledon Park improvements. I hope that is helpful and if you’d like to be kept informed on this project, let me know as I’ll be emailing out updates. If you’d like to hear about other things I’m working on as a local MP, get in touch and I will add you to my monthly e-newsletter.

Best wishes,

Justine Greening MP

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Please help Sophie Lionnet's Family

Please help Sophie Lionnet's Family

Weʼre raising £2,000 to Support Sophie Lionnet’s Family

As you may already know, our community has been stunned by the recent murder of a French Nanny/Au Pair, Sophie Lionnet.

In a bid to do something constructive and positive in her memory, while also reminding ourselves that the people amongst whom we live remain our friends, and the core ingredients of our incredibly lovely neighbourhood, the Southfields Triangle Residents’ Association has set up this Crowd Funding page, in order to raise funds for Sophie’s family.

Money cannot bring her back – but it can at least help family members through this unimaginably difficult period.

Please if you can, go to our just giving page to make a donation

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/sophielionnet

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GET READY FOR SOUTHFIELDS HARVEST 2017

GET READY FOR SOUTHFIELDS HARVEST 2017

SOUTHFIELDS HARVEST 2017 MEET EAT MAKE SHARE Celebrate Southfields and get creative with your friends and neighbours. Help to make brilliant banners with local artist, Jane Porter or enter the Southfields Bake Off. Enjoy Southfields’ very own Rocky Head Beer, sausage from the Village Butcher, food from Salt & Pepper, local honey, home-made jam, allotment veg and apple pressing with Abundance. Plus vegetable monsters, face painting, community knitting, live music from The Beetroots and The Combine Harvesters, tea, cake and good company. Fun for all the family! Entry free. Supporting local charities. SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 12-3PM St Barnabas Halls/Church – Merton Road entrance, SW18 5AD southfieldsharvest.weebly.com

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