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Monthly Archives: September 2007

climate change – taking it personally

This information is circulated to you by the Peckham Residents’ Network. Further information from:

“Peckham CRAG is part of a growing grassroots movement of people who are “taking climate change personally” and forming CRAGs [carbon rationing action groups], agreeing an annual limit for their own carbon dioxide emissions and taking individual action with others to achieve this and sharing tips and encouragement.
Our first meeting, at which we will discuss what our annual target will be and other practicalities, will be on Tuesday 16 October at 6.30pm in Peckham Library. All welcome.
We will be meeting every month, mostly on second Tuesdays, in Peckham Library at 6.30pm as follows: 13 November, 11 December and 8 January 2008.
If you are interested but can’t make these meetings, please contact us at:, or see the CRAG website and contact us via the Peckham CRAG page:
We look forward to “taking climate change personally” with you.
Anna, Zaria and Simon”


Community Council Meetings

Information below from the Council circulated by the Peckham Residents’ Network
This is a reminder that the next two Nunhead & Peckham Rye Community Council meetings are on:

Wednesday 19th SEPTEMBER 2007: Special Cleaner Greener Safer Community Council meeting. The meeting is at St. Mary Magdalene Primary School, 48 Brayards Road, SE15 3RA, starting at 7pm but with food, drinks, info stalls, networking and a chance to see the school’s new sensory garden from 6.30pm.

Wednesday 3rd OCTOBER 2007: Crime & Safety themed community council meeting. The meeting is at Highshore School which is a first time venue for us, and has a beautiful hall which is worth coming along to see. Again, the meeting starts at 7pm but there will be food, drinks, info stalls and networking from 6.30pm.

Please find attached the front pages of the agendas for these meetings, as well as the list of Cleaner Greener Safer (CGS) proposals for this year’s CGS scheme to be discussed at the meeting on 19th September.

Please feel free to contact me on my details below if you have any queries about these meetings, or if you have a public question you would like to raise at the meeting on 3rd October.

I hope you can make it to one or both of the meetings, and look forward to seeing you then!

Kind regards,
Liza Morshead
Community Council Involvement Co-ordinator (Nunhead & Peckham Rye)
Peckham Programme
Tel. 020 7525 1018