About this site…
The Josephine Avenue Group (JAG) is a community group founded in the 1970’s whose main aims are to support local residents and keep the place looking good. We hold regular public meetings where all residents are welcome. This is a good way of finding out what’s going on in the street, meeting neighbours and discussing matters of mutual interest.
Membership of this site is open to residents living in the prescribed Josephine Avenue area (see constitution). To register click here. Once logged in members can ‘comment’ on existing topics or create their own by clicking New/Post at the top of their browser window. By default these will be entered into the public ‘General Discussion’ unless stipulated otherwise. Please keep posts to a factual or informative nature. Personal comments or insinuations against other Josephine Avenue Group members will not be tolerated (if you object to anything written on this site please let us know).
You can also subscribe to our weekly Mailchimp Newsletter by entering your email address in the left hand column of this web page. You can also follow us on social network sites…
- JAG Survey 2016 -
- Street Party 2016 - Another successful street party was enjoyed by many residents and friends on the 5th June 2016.The weather was on our side as we ate and drank and also danced to the live music provided by local resident Paul(from Appache)and guest DJ and former resident Paul Stainer who we couldn’t do without…many thanks to you both. […]
- Urban Art 2016 - It was another colourful weekend of creativity with Urban Art 2016 on the 9th and 10th July. The organisers would like to thank all residents for use of their railings. This raised over £1,100 for each of the four local charity partners: Jubilee School, Holy Trinity School, the Anchor Group and Southside Rebabilitation project. Next […]
- Street Party 2016 - Finally got around to posting pictures from our Josephine Avenue Street Party 2016. Thanks to the organisers (again to few) and for everyone who came and helped on the day. Thanks also to our fantastic DJs, stall holders, Dr Bike and everyone who came. With your help we can do it all again next year.
- Join in the Jumble Trail - Tulse Hill Forum have set up a local Jumble Trail for residents to join on Sunday 21st August. A Jumble Trail is like a car boot sale but on your street, communities co-ordinate to set up stalls outside their houses to sell bric-a-brac, toys, vintage clothes, cakes or whatever. The whole thing is coordinated online at […]