Since the start of lockdown, an incredible 17% of the UK population over the age of 18 (8.95 million people!) have got involved in some sort of community activity. Refer to https://www.facebook.com/PembrokeHouse/videos/302334554093821/? For why I am feeling used by all that used my Intellectual Property and Images to build BRANDS and make me feel like this Nelson Mandela Quote “I was made, by the law, a criminal, not because of what I had done, but because of what I stood for, because of what I thought, because of my conscience”.
In Walworth, that’s looked like thousands of neighbours stepping forward to help one another. Refer to https://www.macmillan.org.uk where I was featured in their advertisement. Today is the date my brother died 27/3/2008 with Colon Cancer and I joined Race 4 Life Charity that my neighbour TESS supported. Her story is documented in my Publications. Some of which https://www.linkedin.com refuse me access.
From checking in on an older friend to cycling in our food distribution hub and much more.
What’s clear is that we’re stronger when we’re connected.
We want to stay connected as we rebuild from COVID-19 – a community where neighbours look out for one another and work together to improve our patch.
That’s why we’re launching The Walworth Neighbour – a new community newsletter. Refer to http://www.myvision.org.uk from 2012. How I was treated by www.cardboardcitizens.org.uk when I reached out for support. Reminder of what the NHS Ambulance Service done to me yesterday after I showed them www.slam-iapt.nhs.uk Report.
The Walworth Neighbour will give voice to what matters for our neighbourhood, from thoughts from neighbours on local issues to activities, jobs and volunteering opportunities. Refer to https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-2300047-2016 for more about my ordeals after mum’s death from http://www.dementia.org.uk complications. Has anyone ever contacted me about how I am getting on? I passed one day and I was directed to contact a number to be put on a list.
We’ll hear from Pembroke House and fellow community organisations, schools, charities, businesses and neighbours about collective efforts to make our neighbourhood stronger. Refer to https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site for more.
And crucially, we’ll ask: how can we work together for a Walworth where no-one struggles for food and everyone can lead good lives?
Like all our activities at Pembroke House, the newsletter will be shaped by the thoughts of our incredible community of locals, participants, volunteers, donors and partners.
So, before we launch in May, we want to ask – what would you like to hear about in The Walworth Neighbour?
If you have ideas, write us a quick email and we’ll take on board as much as we can. Otherwise, look out for edition 1 coming soon!
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