1. Walworth Society General Meeting – No April Meeting.
Apologies for the late notice but there will be no Walworth Society general meeting in April – the meeting planned for this Thursday 15th April has been postponed. Our next general WS meeting will be held on Thursday 20th May at 7pm. Agenda and Zoom details to follow closer to the meeting.
|2. Southwark Council – Covid vaccination meeting.|
Southwark Council are organising meetings about Covid vaccination; for details from the Council please see below:
Let’s Talk About The Vaccine
You are warmly invited to join the West Central joint ward forum meeting, to talk about the Covid vaccine. The meeting will take place at 6.30 pm, Monday 19 April 2021 (Zoom room opens at 6.15pm).
Please find below our revised invitation leaflet which you are welcome to share with people who live and work in Camberwell and Walworth.
Everyone will need to register in advance of the meeting, otherwise you will be unable to attend on the night.
|3. Walworth Socially Distanced Plant Exchange|
A callout to all local gardeners or budding gardeners ….
Please plant some extra seeds for the Great Walworth Plant Swap – we need flowers, veg and herbs!
Swap or donate your surplus seedlings and help to make Walworth’s gardens green & productive. Bring your seedlings to swap and get a free cuppa from Louie Louie.
Date: 22nd May 11-1pm. Central Walworth venue tbc.
A collaboration between the Walworth Society and Walworth Community Garden Network (https://walworthcgn.co.uk/).
4. Old Kent Road Area Action Plan – Presentation.
As promised here are the slides from the Old Kent Road Area Action presentation that was given at our March meeting. Click here for the pdf.
5. Bike Hangars.
News from Southwark Council.
We know there is a massive demand for safe bike storage across Southwark. We have an ongoing programme to roll out new rentable bike hangars.
We want to know how many people are interested in having access to a bike hangar in their area, and what the most requested locations are. All the information you provide here will help us prioritise locations for hangars we already have ready to go, as well as plan more locations for the future.
We have already added some locations on the map, where residents have previously made requests. If you support these locations, let us know by clicking on the pin and giving it a thumbs up. Or make your own suggestions for suitable locations. We can put bike hangars directly on the road or in other suitable flat locations in public spaces and on estates and developments.
We would like to hear from you if you have ideas for other forms of bike storage, as well as support for hangars. Go to https://cyclehangarsinsouthwark.commonplace.is/ for more information or to comment.
A new food growing project on Albany Road SE17 led by Paul McGann (from Grow Elephant).
OK grow is a food growing project to supply fresh vegetables for Walworth Community Food Hub.
Volunteering on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 2pm onwards. Opens 8th April, To join the mailing list please sign up at http://www.growlondon.org.uk/. Instagram OK_GROW. All Welcome!
7. Opportunities With Charites in Southwark
Link Age Southwark is recruiting for new Trustees. Further details here: https://www.linkagesouthwark.org/become-a-trustee
Pembroke House is recruiting for a Front of House position, a new role. Pembroke House is making a number of changes to its operations and its public welcome over the next two years. As part of these, the Front of House role will be responsible for managing all enquiries on the phone, over email and in-person at Pembroke House, as well as ensuring the smooth running of the office. The post holder will be a key external voice and face of Pembroke House and will sit at the heart of a dynamic team, ensuring that visitors are welcomed, enquiries are dealt with efficiently and that information flows effectively through the organisation. For further information and how to apply (by 28th April) please visit: