Wimbledon Civic Forum
  • The Old Post Office
    1 Compton Road
    Wimbledon
    London
    SW19 7QA
The Wimbledon Civic Forum is a community organisation promoting debate and practical action on matters that affect us all in and around Wimbledon

Click the MAP icon to locate the Civic Forum's offices in central Wimbledon 


  

Wimbledon Civic Forum

Your local community organisation
Working for a better Wimbledon

Tel: 020 8946 4141

 

 

The Wimbledon Civic Forum is a non-party political organisation promoting public discussion and action on important issues that affect Wimbledon and the local area, including: heath, transport, education, youth and urban design.

 

We assist local organisations, residents' associations, businesses and individuals to get their voices heard and to achieve practical results for the benefit of the community.

 

 

The Wimbledon Civic Forum's activities fall under three main headings:

  1. Specialised Public Discussion Forums on Health, Education, Crime, Transport and Youth, along with the Urban Design Task Force. The Forums hold public discussion meetings along designated themes
  2. Task Forces - working groups assigned to resolving key identifiable issues of concern in the local community
  3. Regional Work Shop Groups - efforts towards direct community involvement in the future planning and design of their town and local areas

 


 Wimbledon Civic Forum

A community organisation promoting public discussion and practical action on matters that affect us all

Tel: 020 8946 4141

 

www.wimbledoncivicforum.org.uk 


 

 

Features of how the
Wimbledon Civic Forum works:

  • The Forum works with other community organisations and entities who have an issue of importance to air
  • The Forum gets access to decision makers, getting them in a constructive frame of mind
  • The Forum promotes calm and productive dialogue, using the creative energies of local residents
  • The Forum takes the heat and antagonism out of the debate, recognising that we are dealing with the art of the possible
  • The Forum is neutral, constantly striving for maximum openness and accountability

 

How can the Wimbledon
Civic Forum help you?

  • We may be able to help you if you have a local issue that you want to get wider publicity. Our message board (click Here) acts as a showcase for local issues of concern
  • We may be able to help you if you need to be put in touch with others, or with people who may have specific skills or areas of expertise or knowledge
  • We may be able to help you if you want access to decision makers - we can arrange and mediate meetings
  • Forums, public discussion and meetings can be arranged if your issue is of general local interest

 

Main Forums

The main forums we run cover these important issues that affect all of us in the local community:

  • Business
  • Crime
  • Education
  • Health
  • Transport
  • Urban Design
  • Youth
  • Partners

More detailed information about the specific forums, including their aims and activities, forthcoming dates, news and archives can be found in the Forums Section by clicking Here

 

What's On in and around Wimbledon

Click Here for dates and full details of local events, forums and meetings.

 

How can you help your local community:

  • You may become an affiliate to the Wimbledon Civic Forum and get a free web page and links from our web site
  • You may join as a member - the more members we have the more weight we carry. Click Here for more information
  • You may become a 'Friend of the Wimbledon Civic Forum' and support us financially. Click Here for more information
  • You may volunteer your time and services and help the Forum operate
  • You may distribute our Bulletin through your regular mail drops

  

Wimbledon Civic Forum

Your local community organisation
Working for a better Wimbledon

 


 

 

Wimbledon Civic Forum
The Old Post Office
1 Compton Road
Wimbledon, Merton
London SW19 4EU

 

Tel: 020 8946 4141

 

www.wimbledoncivicforum.org.uk

 

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when contacting
Wimbledon Civic Forum

 

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