Wednesday, May 3, 2017

UK: Croydon Ahmadiyya Muslums join Broad Green community in spring clean


A large contingent of Ahmadiyya Muslims, already known for their public-spirited clean-up work, but excelling themselves this time with an offer of lunch for all involved at the St James’s Road mosque when we were finished

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: The Croydon Citizen
By Liz Sheppard-Jones May 3, 2017

Broad Green Residents Association (BGRA) organised the Broad Green community spring clean, which took place on Easter Monday, 17th April. It was well-attended: amongst the litter pickers were Labour councillors Stuart Collins (who heads up the drive to tackle litter and fly-tipping – and who wasn’t just there for the photos; he stayed and picked litter), Callton Young and Stuart King; several members of Croydon Conservatives including Stuart Millson, whose article is linked above; Robert Ward, who has crunched some data on this subject for the Citizen; a large contingent of Ahmadiyya Muslims, already known for their public-spirited clean-up work, but excelling themselves this time with an offer of lunch for all involved at the St James’s Road mosque when we were finished; and a troop of assorted other Croydonians, some of us local and others from further away. It was encouraging to see such a strong turnout.


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