The Executive Committee meets regularly throughout the year, to co-ordinate the SGRA’s activity, discuss relevant local issues of concern and decide policy.
Charles has lived on the Grid since 1998. He is a freelance sports and media consultant, and learner gardener, after a career of over 30 years at the BBC.
A 30-year career in Finance. A 15-year resident of the Grid. Gerard is keen to contribute on building a sense of community on the Grid, with his fellow members of the SGRA.
Nigel has lived on the grid since 1998 with his wife and two daughters. He can often be seen in and around the grid on one of his regular running sessions or in the local parks attempting to learn tennis. Nigel is also a governor at West Hill primary school which both of his children attended.
Chris has lived on the Grid since 1994. He works part time at the AELTC and as a probate researcher and collects postcards of Southfields and Merton.
Margaret has lived in Southfields since 1967 and has been a member of the SGRA for many years. She runs the St Barnabas Monday Club for older people and volunteers at Riversdale School. A former civil servant, she monitors the local planning applications.
Karen has lived on Brookwood Rd since 2010. She had a career in marketing and event management but now works full time in property. She manages the advertising in the newsletter and can often be seen in Southfields with Rafa, her cockerpoo.
Ann has been a street rep since 2011. She’s a governor at Riversdale Primary School, enjoys car boot sales and takes too many photos.
Amelia has lived on the grid since 1988 and has been a street rep since 2011. She is also on the Executive Committee of the Friends of Wimbledon Park (FOWP). She enjoys Zumba and book clubs; her latest interest is garden design and she has enrolled on a course to find out more!
Clive is a member of the SGRA Executive Committee.