Peckham Residents' Network

Welcome to this website, which displays messages posted on www.facebook.com/PeckhamVision or emailed to people who live or work in Peckham, or have other interests in Peckham.

Monthly Archives: September 2011

jobs with the Royal Court at the Bussey building

Please pass this email on to anyone who would be interested in this kind of new temporary job in Peckham.
MESSAGE FROM ROYAL COURT  –  INTERESTED IN THEATRE? LOOKING TO GET INVOLVED?

The Royal Court Theatre is currently recruiting:
THEATRE LOCAL HOSTS
as part of their front of house team for their upcoming Theatre Local project in Peckham Rye. Read more of this post

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Peckham Experiment: party Peckham Sat 15 Oct 7.30pm

Have you heard of the Peckham Experiment? (See note at end of this email, and http://www.thephf.org) Do you have an interest in ideas about well-being and health, or about local economic, community and environmental sustainability, and the connections between the two? If so, the Pioneer Health Foundation invites you to come along to this social gathering in Peckham on October 15th 7.30pm at the Monpelier, Choumert Rd, SE15, detailed below. Places are limited so it is important to book a place with Sumi at: essayprize@gmail.com
http://www.marylangmanprize.org.uk Read more of this post

call for volunteers for post-riot community painting

TO RESPOND TO THIS MESSAGE PLEASE EMAIL anna.plodowski@gmail.com
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Post-riot community painting

Some of us (local shopkeepers and local residents) want to make Parkstone Square (a turning off Rye Lane just south of Bournemouth Road)) look more beautiful by a community cleaning and painting event, probably in the last weekend of October. We’re inspired by Lekki Beach on Rye Lane, which showed that high quality design can use very basic and affordable materials (black gloss paint, white and black flock wallpaper) to stunning effect in Peckham now. Read more of this post

Royal Court comes to the Bussey building, Peckham!

Peckham Vision grew out of the campaign to draw attention to the potential of the Bussey building and the Copeland quarter site in the middle of the town centre which was threatened with demolition and full closure to town centre use. The historic Bussey building, and the site were saved, and have just gone on year by year demonstrating the potential we saw. Now that central part of Rye Lane, in and around Peckham Rye station, is showing how it can flower as a home for the burgeoning cultural and artistic enterprises in Peckham.

Now we have the exciting news that our work has helped to attract the Royal Court to Peckham for two months starting on 29 September. Details of this year’s performances and booking arrangements below. Performances are already being sold out! We look forward to continuing to work with the Royal Court and especially their work to open up these methods and experiences for the whole community. Read more of this post

Sun 18 Sep: Replanting William Blake’s Angel Oak on Peckham Rye

MESSAGE FROM JOHN HARTLEY
London based artist and director of the Difference Exchange – placing critical artistic practice in provocative contexts

Dear Peckhamites

Please join me this Sunday from 12noon in Peckham Rye for the Replanting of William Blake’s Angel Oak http://www.ambivalency.net/angel%20oak.htm Read more of this post

campaign to save local rail services

This is a message to PRN from SRUG (Southwark Rail Users’ Group) http://www.southwarkrailusers.net   for further information on any of this please email SRUG@southwarkrailusers.net

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Are you a local rail user of any of the stations covered by SRUG? These are Nunhead, Peckham Rye, Denmark Hill, North Dulwich, East Dulwich, Queen’s Rd Peckham, Sth Bermondsey. If you are, you may be interested in the latest SRUG News on the effects of cutting the South London Line (December 2012) and the arrival of the East London Line (January 2013), and other news about London Bridge and Blackfriars / St Pancras services. Read more of this post

Bellenden traffic walkabout

Message sent to Bellenden Residents’ Group

Here are the details of the traffic walkabout in Bellenden this coming Wednesday 14th September. 5pm – 7pm.   The walkabout will be focussing on the one way systems, and the inter-related issues arising for pedestrians, traffic, junctions, car parking, and anything else relevant that emerges. We will have with us Simon Phillips <simon.phillips@southwark.gov.uk> from the Council Transport Policy Unit. Read more of this post

Peckham historic building inventory – call for volunteers

This is a call for volunteers with a keen eye and some basic skills to help in creating a detailed inventory of our town centre historic buildings. If you are enthusiastic about improving our town centre, this would be a significant way to help, even if you have just a few hours to spare.

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street-meet neighbourliness

The recent disorders have stimulated much needed acts of neighbourliness.  In Peckham, first we had the instant peace wall that made the global news. We also have our emerging informal community network across Peckham to connect our actions where we share mutual interests in addressing any of the numerous aspects behind the disorders. Read more of this post

2nd Sep & 10th Sep = art & film events in Bellenden

Information about an event on 2nd Sep and one on 10th Sep sent by Bellenden Residents Group to Bellenden neighbourhood. Read more of this post