Thornton Heath Community Action Team (THCAT) is a local community group of volunteers, dedicated to making positive changes in Thornton Heath.

We host public meetings every six weeks, covering important topics such as community safety, fly-tipping, graffiti and vandalism, and have monthly walkabouts to highlight & tackle problem areas.

In addition to continual campaigning and lobbying, the team has also been busy brightening up Thornton Heath with murals, mosaics, lamppost banners, planters, frequent gardening and clean-up events.

Meet the committee

Our committee is made up of nine elected members. 

Chair: Andrea Perry
Vice Chairs: Mohammed Mir & Graham Mitchell
Secretary: Position vacant. If you'd like to volunteer as our Secretary, we'd love to hear from you! Just drop us an email:
Treasurer: David Fell
Coordinators for approach to Fly-tipping: Barbara Benjamin, Gaëtane Jones and Paul Voden
Coordinator for approach to Green and Sustainable Living: Linda Watson
Design and Social Media Coordinator: Tilly Pollard

Our Policies

THCAT Constitution



Code of Conduct