Peckham Residents' Network

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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sat 3rd Sep – Community Conversations in Peckham with the Leader of the Council

‘community conversation stall’
Saturday 3rd September in Peckham Square
from 10am – 3pm
with the Leader of Southwark Council, Cllr Peter John

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Sat 3rd Sep 12pm-5pm Peckham Rye Community Fete

See details of the Peckham Rye Community Fete below. This is always a really enjoyable day for the community, run by the community in the form of Friends of Peckham Rye Park. A good old fashioned community village fete. The Peckham Residents’ Network stall will be there with the latest information on many topical local matters, including: Read more of this post

Thurs 1st Sep 7pm – Urgent call for people to come to local meeting

MESSAGE FROM RESIDENTS IN AND NEAR DENMAN ROAD

Do you live on the Pelican Estate or in Grummant Rd, Denman Rd, Talfourd Rd, Talfourd Place, Lyndhurst Grove, Lyndhurst Way, Bellenden Rd or Camberwell Grove?  If so, your presence could make all the difference at a meeting next Thursday 1st Sep where Southwark Council are deciding on proposals which will fundamentally change the character of our neighbourhood. Read more of this post

improving the planning application process at Community Council level

The Council is reviewing its procedures for engaging with the public. One of these is the process around planning applications decided at Community Council Planning meetings. See below for information about a focus group on this on 7th September. Read more of this post

Post-Riot Peckham… the new network begins! Next gathering Sunday 28th August 2011

Out of the debris from the disorders in Peckham grows a new living network of local people keen to work together to address the multiple causes and conditions that gave rise to them. There will be a further gathering to help this grow on

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8 – 18 September : Free Film Festivals

The Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festivals, now a regular annual feature in September, are a significant addition to our local cultural life. They are also a wonderful expression of a community inspired and managed initiative, demonstrating the breadth and depth of the communities’ resources when residents & others work together. See the details below. Read more of this post

INSIDE OUT London follow up to Peckham Peace Wall

The Peckham Peace Wall continues to spread its message far and wide. A new community photographic project is starting in Peckham to spread out across London. See the message below from Peckham Shed and also this blogspot for some of the project’s first images and video clips of Peckham:

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lost kitten near Lyndhurst Grove

To people living in streets near Lyndhurst Grove.

MISSING KITTEN

Peter, much loved family pet, is missing. See attached picture.

We live in SE15, in Lyndhurst Grove, right on the Camberwell (SE5) and Peckham border.

Last seen on the night of Thursday 11 August.

Peter is a ginger kitten. He is five and a half months old and has been micro chipped.

If you have seen him, please call 0780 486 2047. Thank you.

Peckham Peace Wall latest news

Here is the latest news about the now globally reported Peckham Peace Wall and its remarkable future:

http://www.peckhamshed.com/news/peace-wall-in-peckham/
 
from the organisers of the wall….. Read more of this post

planning Peckham – local discussions

Life goes on, alongside the aftermath of disorders, as local people continue to work together with the Council to plan Peckham’s future. There are some further Council consultation events on the Peckham & Nunhead Area Action Plan (PNAAP) in the next couple of weeks. These are excellent opportunities to find out more about planning the area’s future and also to get your views across, especially on some specific topics: Read more of this post