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Respect for the dead, Woods for the living – Save Southwark Woods

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Southwark Council wants to destroy beautiful wild woodlands at Camberwell Old and New Cemeteries, felling dozens of trees, clearing woodland and undergrowth, and excavating acres of old graves, to make way for over 4,800 burial […]

A Brixton Market Afternoon

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I stepped outside of the Brixton tube station into an unexpected flurry of people hustling and bustling about. A flower stand greeted me with spring blooms of freesias, tulips, and some of the most beautiful […]

Save Southwark Woods

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Save the beautiful wild woods of Camberwell Old and New Cemeteries for people, for nature and for the future! Southwark Council is planning to destroy the woods of Camberwell Old and New Cemeteries, including felling […]

Christmas Tree Recycling in Southwark

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If you have a food and garden waste collection, real Christmas trees can be collected as part of your normal household collection service. Simply remove any decorations and its pot or stand and place your […]

Exciting Projects at Volunteer Action for Peace

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For a busy week starting on 13 December a small group of volunteers from seven countries will cook, eat and sleep at the South London Scout Centre in Grange Lane. The rest of the time […]

Rye Lane Orchard

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One or two of you will hopefully have seen the first installation in place outside Peckham Plex Cinema, Rye Lane Orchard! It’s not finished yet, but it should be done soon, visitors to Peckham Plex on […]

The (re)making of a green chair

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What do you give a non-materialistic green politician as a present? When Jenny Jones, London Assembly Member and former Southwark councillor, was appointed to the House of Lords in September 2013, a group of her […]

Connecting Place to Place at the Brunel Museum

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Nestled among the houses of the residential area just north of Canada Water Station is the Sir Marc Brunel Engine House, home to the Brunel Museum. Captured in this redbrick building is the history of […]

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