>> Your chance to contribute: tell us what your think on Clapham Junction station redevelopment
Author: Cyril Richert
I have tried several time to contact the Clapham Junction Town Centre Partnership with no success.
In the latest leaflet they distributed, I used the contact email they displayed (see picture) and received the following message:
Sorry, I wasn’t able to establish an SMTP connection. (#4.4.1)
I’m not going to try again; this message has been in the queue too long.
— Below this line is a copy of the message.
Received: (qmail 26613 invoked by uid 60001); 3 Jul 2010 17:08:52 -0000
Last year I also tried to contact Lorinda without much success (no response) as I wrote:
From: “email@example.com” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To : email@example.com
Sent : Thu 24 Sept. 2009, 16h 31min 41s
Subject: WBC Core Strategy consultation – proposal and CJAG newsletter
We did not meet before but as in charge of the Clapham Junction Town Centre Partnership, I was told by several parties that you might be interested by our current actions.
It could be a good idea to meet face to face and discuss those issues, as well as the current actions and aim of the CJAG in the area. As soon as you are available, feel free to email me back for discussion.
Clapham Junction Action Group
So if anyone knows someone at the CJTCP, could they please ask her (or someone in charge) to contact me? I would love to discuss the different issues that the CJAG is involved in but so far failed to do so with the CJTCP.
UPDATE 15/07: Sometime you can look 10 times and still don’t see the error!
And the good news is that I got a response saying:
“From : “Freint, Lorinda” <LFreint@wandsworth.gov.uk>
Sent : 15 07 2010, 9h 23min 03s
Subject : Lorinda
I see on your site you are transcribing the email incorrectly, the address is gov, not co. Just reply to this and I will get it. You are also welcome to call : 020 76273182
Therefore I replied that it would be good to meet and that the CJAG is keen to participate to the CJTCP.