Invitation to Project Griffin for Croydon Faith Community

Wednesday 5th July 2017, 6pm to 8pm

Registration will be open from 5.30pm for a prompt start at 6pm.


Croydon Police and Faiths Together in Croydon, would like to jointly extend a personal invitation for you to join us on Wednesday 5th July 2017 at 6pm to 8pm at Croydon Town Hall, Katharine street, Croydon CR9 1ET. This specially arranged Project Griffin event is for representatives of all faiths within the borough of Croydon. 

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  Faiths Together Bike Ride and Picnic

Sunday 9th July 2017

Join Croydon’s inter-faith bike ride and big picnic in the park this summer

This year the Council are supporting a special Big Get Together event on Sunday 9 July 2017 to show that we #WeStandTogether 

A continuation of the Croydon Cyclefest, this is Faiths Together in Croydon’s 3rd inter-faith bike ride and picnic. This ride through Croydon visits our diverse sites of worship before joining a dedicated Big Get Together picnic in the park. It’s a great opportunity to bring our community together, young and old, to promote diversity and equality. 

Everyone is welcome to take part in the interfaith bike ride, to see the riders off from Boxpark Croydon, and to join the interfaith picnic which runs from 2-5pm at Parkhill Recreation ground. 

The ride will be led by professional cycling instructors who will safeguard the ride. Rides will depart promptly as follows: 

10am - Starting point for Group A: Croydon Arena, SE25 4QL for a route safety briefing
10:30am - start riding!
10:30am - Starting point for Group B: Boxpark, CR0 1LD, Dingwall Road side
10:45am – Group A arrives at Boxpark
11am – Groups A and B depart together
1:30pm – arrive at Park Hill Recreation Ground, Fairfield Road, for the Big Get Together interfaith picnic
5pm - picnic ends

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2017 bike ride

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(Click on photo for report and photos of the 2016 Bike ride and picnic)







Bike Croydon report of 2016 event

Does it benefit Croydon when faiths work together?

Yes 92%
No 8%