The Ackroyd Community Centre


Information coming soon.


The Crofton Park Transport Users Group.

The Crofton Park Transport Users’ Group (CPTUG) was formed in 2010 to improve the train and bus services in Crofton Park Ward.  The Group is perhaps better known as “The Cinderells Line” after its campaign to improve the service on the Catford Loop Railway Line, which goes through Crofton Park Station.  The group is in continual discussion with Thameslink and Network Rail and holds several well attended public meetings a year.  To find out more about the campaign and how to get involved visit the group’s website at 


The Ewart Club House




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Fourth Reserve Group

The Fourth Reserve is a Conservation Trust established in 2016 to protect land bordering the railway cutting between New Cross Gate and Forest Hill Stations by establishing a Nature Reserve in the Buckthorne Road area and preserve the wildlife that lives there.  The group hold Volunteer Days to clear rubbish that has been dumped and put in more plants to protect wildlife habitats..  They watch over the site to protect it from damage and vandalism and also keep records of wildlife to provide evidence to support their campaign to attain a nature reserve.

To learn more about the history of the area and for information as to how you can help visit the group’s website at


HopCroft Neighbourhood Forum


Information coming soon.


Honor Oak Women’s Institute

The Honor Oak Women’s Institute meets at 7pm on the first Tuesday of every month except August at Stanstead Lodge, 260 Stanstead Road, SE23 1DD at 7:30pm.  Meetings involve a talk or activity and time for socialising.  There are have sub-groups to join including crafts, darts and book groups. 

Annual membership of the WI is £41 (pro rata for your first year), however, you can attend your first meeting for free and pay £4.50 for each subsequent meeting attended if you don’t wish to join.  To contact us go to 

For more information about the WI as an organisation see