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Chalvey Community Partnership is conducting a consultation

We’d love to hear from you! The Chalvey Community Partnership is conducting a consultation to understand your experiences living, working and studying in Chalvey Ward. By working together, we can make Chalvey an even more enjoyable and vibrant place to live, work, or study.

Come along to one of our community consultation events help us to build an updated Chalvey action plan.

Sessions will be taking place at

Chalvey Community Hub, Ladbrooke Road, Slough, SL1 2SR

On the following dates and times:

TUESDAY, 18 JUNE 2024 – 18:00PM TO 20:00PM

THURSDAY 27 JUNE 2024 – 18:00PM TO 19:30PM

SATURDAY, 29 JUNE 2024 – 13:00PM TO 16:00PM

If your unable to attend, you can still help improve chalvey by completing our Online Survey

Your feedback on buildings, places, organizations, and the people in Chalvey is important to us.

By sharing your views, you’ll help us shape the future of our community. We’ll use this information to approach the Council and other service providers to ensure services meet the needs of Chalvey residents.Rest assured; all your responses will be completely anonymous.

You’ll only be asked to provide contact details if you’re interested in volunteering opportunities at the end of the survey.

We encourage you to participate!

Thank you,

The Chalvey Community Partnership Team

Have Your Say Survey

Chalvey Community Partnership is conducting an independent survey which has been launched to gauge Chalvey residents’ satisfaction with their local area as a place to live.

The survey, which will run until October 31, has been launched by Chalvey Community Partnership.

Weather they live, work, or study in Chalvey, they are being invited to have their say about Chalvey. The survey will ask about a range of issues including what their priorities are for their local area and which services are most important to them.

This will enable Chalvey Community Partnership to develop a prioritised action plan which will be used to brings together partners from Slough Borough Council, Thames Valley Police, and others.

Chalvey Community Partnership Chair Mohammed Ahmed, said, “We are encouraging all Chalvey residents, peopling working in chalvey or studying to complete this survey, we want to be able to get real representative sample so that we can get true picture of what the priorities should be for Chalvey, we will be able to device an action plan which we hope to work with partners to ensure that Chalvey priorities are being represented . Our findings will be published online on our website to make it truly transparent”.

Visit the following link to complete the survey online!

Chalvey Community Partnership receives trees from The Queen’s Green Canopy project

On Monday (November 14th, 2022) Pupils from Grove Academy School, alongside Chalvey Community Partnership volunteers, Chalvey Councillors and Slough Borough Council staff, planted 15 trees (5 crab apple 5 Rowan and 5 Hazel) in total as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project in the school’s grounds in Chalvey.

The Queen’s Green Canopy is an initiative that began in May 2021 in honour of the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2022. Following the sad passing of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, his Majesty The King, became the Patron and in accordance with his wishes, the initiative has been extended to the end of March 2023.

Chalvey Community Partnership Chair Mohammed Ahmed, said, “we are proud to be supporting the initiative and thank all the pupils and volunteers for their involvement in the tree planting.”

Natalie Wismayer, the Principle at Grove Academy School said, “We are delighted to be part of The Queen’s Green Canopy project and we are excited to see the trees grow over time. This project and the support from Chalvey Community Partnership has provided an opportunity for students to learn about cultivation and develop some green fingers. Our student parliament have been inspired to utilise more space on the new school grounds for further planting and we look forward to supporting their contributions and the development of our green spaces.”

Councillor Shahida Akbar who helped with the planting, said, “It has been wonderful to witness young people participating in wider tree planting projects, and we thank them for their hard work, along with dedicated volunteers from Chalvey Community Partnership. Our contribution to planting trees in Chalvey along with the Queen’s Green Canopy would not have been possible without them.”

More than one million trees have been planted across the UK as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy project.

New lights and footpath installed at Chalvey Rec

A project has been completed at Chalvey Recreation Ground to provide new solar lighting across the park alongside a new path, making walking through it at dusk and in the evening a safer experience.

The footpath and solar powered lighting were installed after the council worked with Chalvey Community Partnership and through focus groups and surveys (online and street based). The recreation ground was identified as a location that would benefit from some improvements to increase feelings of safety. This project was also supported by the Police and Crime Commissioner.

There was previously no path connecting the park’s main entrances and no lighting in the park.  Now completed, the path consists of 16 solar lights on six metre columns and a 1.5m wide tarmac path. The path has created a circular walk linking the park’s main features (playground, MUGA, and outdoor gym) and entrances, helping to encourage use of the park for exercise.

The lighting columns are 100% solar, there are no energy costs, the dimmer setting also enables lower energy consumption, the columns emit less light pollution, and they are less harmful to wildlife and the environment.

Mohammed Ahmed, Chairman for Chalvey Community Partnership, said: “We are delighted that the work to make the Chalvey Recreation Ground has been completed. Parks provide a safe place for communities to connect, enjoy the outdoors and be active. As a result of the new footpath and solar lights going up, we have seen a significant increase in the number of people using the park. Feedback shows that improving local amenities helps to improve the local area through usage and make it feel safer.”

Councillor Mohammed Nazir, lead member for transport and the local environment, said: “This project has already encouraged higher usage of the recreation ground, and will continue to do so particularly in the winter months, during the shorter days.”

“It’s great to see that by making these additions to the recreation ground, residents are feeling safer and enjoying the space more.”

Image of Chalvey Rec taken by David Frost from Solar Vision.

Street Guardians

The Chalvey Community Partnership are leading on the Street Guardians initiave in Chalvey.

We are always looking for new volunteers so if you would like to be part of Street Guardians initiave in Chalvey, then please get in touch and join us as an observer one evening.

Anyone over the age of 18, from any walk of life can become a Street Guardian. It is an exciting and rewarding way to meet like-minded people and to give back to your community.

There’s no minimum commitment – we have Street Guardian who volunteer on a regular rota and others on an ad hoc basis around their other commitments.

As a Street Guardian you will receive free training in the following areas:

Basic First Aid
Use of the Radio
Conflict Management
Observational Skills
Working with the Homeless
Vulnerability Awareness
Drugs Awareness
Want to learn more? Why not come and join us one evening as an observer? It’s the perfect way to meet the team and experience what a shift is like.

If you’re interested in knowing more or would like to volunteer as a street guardian please email #saferstreets

Chalvey Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Thank You to all our Chalvey Families, Volunteers , Chalvey Can, Slough Rugby Club, Pakistan Welfare Association, Wingit, Thames Valley Police, Slough Borough Council, Slough Anti Litter Society, Local Councillors and our Local MP Tan Dhesi

Chalvey Platinum Jubilee Celebrations at the Chalvey Recreation Grounds was a great hit despite the weather. Hope you like the pictures from todays event an we hope to bring many more.

Commonwealth Jubilee Celebrations

We had a fantastic time at the Curve Slough for the Commonwealth Jubilee Celebrations which was organised by HOME Slough on 3rd June 2022.

Chalvey Community Partnership and Slough Anti Litter Society jointly operated a stall which was well attended.

The celebrations were amazing with alot of networking going, we were happy to see alot of chalvey residents join in on the fun and also chalvey businesses. It was great to have met the owners of Goodness Gracious Ginger which is run by a chalvey family.

Inspired by projects created for Slough Black History and in partnership with HOME Slough, the Commonwealth Jubilee Celebration it brought together Slough people, local creatives, artists and performers to share and celebrate the Commonwealth.

Chalvey Community Partnership Slough Anti-Litter Society

Chalvey Litter Pick Day

Todays, Chalvey Litter Pick was a great success with more than 15 bags of rubbish collected. We also highlighted various areas which needed special attention from professionals which has been logged as casework by the councillors in attendance.

Thanks for everyone who took part to tidy-up Chalvey. Special thanks to all the volunteers from Chalvey Community Partnership and Cllr Atiq Sandhu, Cllr Shaida Akbar, Cllr Ruqayah Begum, Cllr Naveeda Qaseem and Ex Cllr Sharif Mohammed. Pakistan Welfare Association

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