Meet 12pm at Deptford Railway Station, Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU
All welcome, booking not required
In May we’re visiting Deptford for a day of discussions on art and gentrification. Join us for a tour of galleries, studios, community spaces and landmarks on a walk along the streets, waterways, green spaces and new developments. We will meet artists, curators and activists to explore how they are resisting or overcoming the displacement of communities and the shrinking of public and creative spaces.
Meet us at 12noon inside Deptford Rail Station or join us along the way. Please visit the website for more information, including the itinerary and a map of the route. Additional information and a detailed map coming soon, maps will be available on the day.
12:00 Deptford Train Station Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU
12:15 Deptford Market & The Albany Douglas Way, London SE8 4AG
13:00 Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden Reginald Road, London SE8 4RS
13:30 Undercurrents Gallery Birds Nest, 32 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ
14:00 Art in Perpetuity Trust Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, London SE8 4SA
15:00 Minesweeper Collective Ha’penny Hatch, Deptford Creek
15:30 Heading north towards the river we will visit remains of the 16th century Royal Dockyard, passing by the church of St. Nicholas, the site of the former Deptford Power Station, Payne’s Wharf, Master Shipwright’s Place, Twinkle Park and the Dog & Bell.
16:00 Steven Pippin 158 Deptford High Street, London SE8 3PQ
16:30 Bearspace 152 Deptford High St, London SE8 3PQ
17:00 Enclave, 50 Resolution Way, Deptford SE8 4AL (for GPS use SE8 4NT)
18:00 Deptford Cinema 39 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PQ
18:30 Deptford X 9 Brookmill Road, London SE8 4HL
19:00 Birds Nest 32 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ
Fuel poverty affects over 25% of people in London*. Fuel poor households
are unable to afford to heat their homes adequately due to a combination
of three factors: household income, fuel bills and energy efficiency
measures in the home. Learn about the causes, consequences and how to support those in need.
· Invitation to an open, public three hour session:
on Tuesday 19th December from 2pm – 5pm
GCDA, Unit 6 Greenwich Centre Business Park, 53 Norman Rd, SE10 9QF.
You will learn:
* What fuel poverty is, who it affects and how it affects their
* How to get the best deal for energy bills
* What assistance is available – locally and nationally;
* What can be done to save money and energy around the home;
* Details of schemes which are available specifically to help
Or if you want a tailored session for your work team, a stand-alone session or part of a team meeting (20-90 minutes) SELCE can come to your workplace and deliver this to your Organisation: BUT it must be
delivered before 30th March.
People from other teams/organisations are welcome to join the sessions.
To arrange a session or to ask us for more information please contact us
Deptford Neighbourhood Action is supporting the Civic Maker’s Craft project to create jobs working with recycled timber and to support training in timber work:
Launch of fanzine is tonight ( 8th July ) in vinyl records, off Tanners Hill, Deptford
DNA’s 1st draft of a Neighbourhood Plan for Deptford NP-Roadmap-Pages-web
is being put together from the policies and projects produced by the working groups:
HOUSING – Andy Belfield (Architect – Public Works)
GREEN & OPEN SPACES (Green Infrastructure) – Roo Angell & Vanessa Celosse
LOCAL ECONOMY – Malcolm Cadman & Andrea Carey Fuller
HERITAGE – Richard Katona
HEALTH & WELL-BEING (includes Transport & Air Pollution) – Andrea Hughes
DNA Health & Well Being & Transport Policies final draft 2017_04_10
Draft Policy Green and Open Spaces V5
Draft Housing policies for DNA_Revision 5 – 04_04_2016
DNA Draft Heritage Policy v3.2
EconomicpolicyNPApril2017 – Ver 2
UCL – University College of London have helped DNA by producing reports on three research themes. To see the full reports, click on each link and you can ‘save as’ each document.
1. Community Assets
2. A Local Economy Study
3. Green Spaces