A joint update from Citizens Advice Southwark, Southwark Law Centre, Migrant Legal Action and Cambridge House Law Centre:
COVID-19, or coronavirus, is a new illness cause by a virus that affects your lungs and airways. It causes symptoms such as a cough, fever, shortness of breath and a loss of taste and smell
Have your Say: Southwark council has launched a £6m fund to improve neighbourhoods with money from the local Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The money raised from CIL will help improve community wellness, cohesion and connectivity.
Deadline to apply: Thursday 19th March
Are you currently, or have you recently, been waiting for medical treatment in the NHS? Healthwatch Southwark want to hear from you!
Consultation ends: 8th March 2020 The Programme includes: Ward Forums – run by councillors Multiward Forums – community funding decisions The Democracy Fund – to cover the costs of community-led
Working with the Friends of Peckham Rye Park, the London Borough of Southwark Parks Team are exploring opportunities to work in partnership with an active local community or charitable group who could make use of the existing Bowling Green area and Pavilion building in Peckham Rye Park either as a bowls facility or with a new purpose.