Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 07:30 PM
BrewBird Cafe in Camberwell
'Bins on the pavement! Flytipping!'
'I can't cross the road safely near my house.'
'I'm worried about air pollution near schools.'
What are the things that really annoy you about your local area? What would you like the council to do?
Bring your bugbears and brilliant ideas and share them with other local people.
Find out more about the Green Party's innovative and achievable policies on housing, transport and clean air - and how they could be implemented in Southwark. Meet local activists and find out what they've been doing.
Delicious snacks provided by Brewbird, along with a pay bar offering wine, beer, tea, coffee and soft drinks.
All welcome. Please RSVP (scroll down to bottom) so we make sure there is enough food!
Some local campaigners, their bugbears and solutions...
Peter Baffoe has been asking Southwark Council when this pedestrian path through Victory Park will reopen.
Eleanor Margolies has been campaigning for effective traffic calming, and tackling speeding with Community Speed Watch.
John Tyson has been helping Ledbury Estate residents measure pollution caused by diesel generators.
29 Peckham Rd
Please note the cafe entrance is on Havil Street
London SE5 8UA
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