GIVE THE HUB BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
The Black Prince Community Hub was created for the Community, to be managed and run by a 50% representation of the Community. Click 'here' for the story of how disused buildings became the hub of a South London Estate.
Under new management there is currently no representation of the Community on the Board and there is no proper delivery of the free programmes that the site was set up for, and given to the Community to provide.
Instead, programmes have been offered to 'partners' for a
fee, and subsequently presented as if they are free to the Community, which is misleading and wrong.
The team who worked so hard to secure The Hub for the Community has been pushed out and the site has been taken over by a group that has no idea what The Community wants and needs. Their jobs have been given to others, without any explanation.
The Community, who fought alongside us to be awarded the site by Lambeth Council, are no longer represented.
tried to get the Board of Trustees of The Hub to listen to our concerns;
especially the only remaining original Board member, who is also our local MP. Meetings have been requested, but requests have been refused.
We have been left with no
choice but to take the concerns to you all, the Community.
Please sign this petition to show your support.
HELP STOP THE GENTRIFICATION AND PRIVATISATION OF OUR COMMUNITY SITE