In April Beckenham got a new Town Centre Manager (TCM), well an old-new TCM. Cheryl Curr worked as Beckenham’s TCM back in 2002 before moving to Orpington. During her time there Cheryl worked with the businesses in Orpington to achieve a positive ballot so they could become a Business Improvement District. On this achievement Cheryl said, “I was pleased that during my time in Orpington we developed a real feeling of community, no one can achieve much on their own, I like working as part of a team.” We welcome Cheryl and very much look forward to working collaboratively.
Cheryl went to school at Cator Park Girls, she was married in Beckenham Methodist church in 1979 and has four children. Before Bromley Council, Cheryl had worked for Marks and Spencer for 25 years in a variety of management positions at head office and stores across the South East of England.
Currently Cheryl is Chairman of the Bromley Business Education Partnership steering group. She has been on the NSPCC committee for Beckenham for several years and has been a school governor at Highfield infants and Leesons primary.
We bid farewell to Tina Slater who Cheryl replaces. Our Association would like to thank Tina for all her support, especially in helping us get the Olympic Torch Run, George to George Candlelit Procession and Christmas events off the ground last year.
Thanks to Copers Cope Road Area Residents’ Association for details.