Norbury is fortunate to have four active resident associations which, along with trying to develop a sense of community, are keen to help maintain and improve the area for local residents. The resident associations have been instrumental in campaigning to keep Norbury Library from closing, as well as, amongst other issues, helping to keep our streets tidy.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, ‘Whoever sees something evil should change it with his hand. If he cannot, then with his tongue; and if he cannot do even that, then in his heart. That is the weakest degree of faith.’ (Muslim)
And he said,
Whoever removes something harmful from the road of the Muslims has a good deed written for him. Anyone who has his good deed accepted will enter the Garden.’ (Bukhari)
We would like to encourage all Muslims in Norbury to try and participate with their local resident associations in accordance with the dictates of our faith, in order to make our community a better place.
The various resident associations are as follows (Please click on the name to be taken to the website):
1. Norbury Village Residents Association
2. Norbury Green Residents Association
3. Scotts Estate Residents Association
4. Pollards Hill Residents Association