Saturday, November 29, 2008




Friday, November 28, 2008


postal   delivery scam

Someone called this morning saying they had put a wrong postcode in an internet purchase and expected the package to arrive with us.  Jane knew there was something fishy.  When the package came later, it was addressed to her home address.  The package was two mobile phones.  The postman said there was a lot of this happening and he took them away to be sent back to the seller.  Clearly the fraudster was going to get the phones and we were going to get the bills.


He has just come back and I pretended they had not been delivered.  I asked him for an address and number where I could contact him to tell him when they arrived and he got three mobile phones from his pocket and gave me a number (I presume he is not getting the bill for that one either) and an address.  Would the police be interested?




Wednesday, November 26, 2008



Lambeth Council and partners invite you to celebrate Peace on Lambeth's streets this Christmas.

On Monday 1December 2008, Santa will be touring the borough on an open top bus accompanied by the Mayor of Lambeth, to switch on the Christmas tree lights. This promises to be a fantastic night of fun with:

·       carol singing
·       festive fare
·       goodie bags and more

Local events that include a visit from Santa will start as follows:

·       3.45 Kennington, Oval (by Kennington tube)
·       4.15 Clapham, Clocktower (by Clapham Common tube)
·       4.45 Brixton, Oval (by Brixton Library)
·       5.30 Herne hill, Brockwell Park (opposite main entrance gate to Brockwell Park)
·       6.15 Norwood, St Lukes Church (near West Norwood Station)
·       7.00 Streatham, Odeon (47-49 Streatham High Road)


Wednesday, November 05, 2008



Please note that the next Dulwich Community Council will be taking place on Tuesday 11 November 2008 at 7pm at Herne Hill Baptist Church , Half Moon Lane , London SE24 9HU .


I have included the web link below which will direct you to the Dulwich CC (Agenda & Minutes) web page:


Kind regards,


Beverley Olamijulo

Community Councils

Southwark Council


Music Gig 7th November

Check  this   out   7th November

information  from    local HHF   supporter

Details of our gig this Friday 7th Nov from 8 pm:

The London Zenoria Trio is playing Hoopers, 28 Ivanhoe Rd, London SE5 8DH,

link to map-

For further details tel: 020 7733 4797


A fresh & versitile trio of musicians present an exciting mixed programme specifically for this one concert. There is music to inspire & entertain, ranging from Classical & jazz to Tango & Folk music.

Hoopers is a new local serving real ales, 5 mins walk from East Dulwich
Station behind Dog Kennel Hill.


Sunday, November 02, 2008

Fw: Dulwich Community Council Meeting - Tuesday November 11 at 7pm - special focus on Village Ward

--- On Sat, 1/11/08, Vineall, Nick <> wrote:
From: Vineall, Nick <>
Subject: Dulwich Community Council Meeting - Tuesday November 11 at 7pm - special focus on Village Ward
To: "Vineall, Nick" <>
Date: Saturday, 1 November, 2008, 6:16 PM

This is a round robin to all Village ward residents for whom I have email addresses.


I do hope you will consider coming to the next meeting of the Dulwich Community Council which is on Tuesday 11 November at   Herne Hill Baptist Church in Half Moon Lane . We start at 7pm and aim to finish soon after 9pm.


As you probably know the Dulwich Community Council covers East Dulwich , College, and Village wards (the three most southerly wards in Southwark).  But this meeting is especially focussed on Village Ward.


Southwark Council is preparing a local area plan for each Community Council area.


This will not be a formal planning document in the sense of being used for deciding planning applications - its ambit is intended to be wider, and looser, than that.  The idea of the local area plan is to try to identify and record our aspirations for improving (or preserving) our local area.


This meeting is an opportunity for you to influence what goes into our local area plan for Village ward.


So, for instance, should the Council's priorities in Village ward be focussed on public realm issues, like traffic or parking, and if so what are we trying to achieve overall; or should the focus be on the local primary schools; or on social services provision; or on "greening" Village ward. There are no easy answers, and no doubt all these things have a place – but where should the balance lie?



You can get a copy of the agenda and supporting papers from the Southwark website here (from Tuesday next week):



I do hope you will be able to come along.



Best wishes


Nick Vineall



Cllr Nick Vineall


Member for Village Ward

Chair Dulwich Community Council


London Borough of Southwark

c/o Members' Room

Southwark Town Hall

Peckham Road

London SE 15 8UB



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