Our next meeting
The next Dulwich Community Council forum meeting will be on Saturday 27 April 2019 at Dulwich Library, 368 Lordship Lane, Dulwich, SE22 8NB and starts at 2:30pm.
Our Facebook page
Each area Community Council has its own Facebook page. We welcome you to link our page to receive up-to-date information about local community activities. By liking the page, you'll also be able to post your events on it and receive more publicity - the more people that like it, the more the network grows.
Visit our Dulwich Facebook page.
Find out more about our Facebook terms and conditions (pdf, 196kb).
Contact your Community Council officer
If you'd like to be added to the mailing list to receive newsletter and be alerted to CC news and events or discuss the Neighbourhoods Fund 2018 to 2019, contact Fitzroy Lewis by calling 020 7525 3084 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each community council produces a regular monthly newsletter, which includes local events, funding opportunities, job advertisements. If you would like to receive our newsletter, email Fitzroy Lewis and ask to be added to the list for your area.
In addition, if you have items to contribute to the newsletter, we welcome items of local interest such as events. Email your article (max of 200 words) and/or a flyer to Fitzroy Lewis. We cannot promote commercial adverts, but charitable or community interest would be great. We reserve the right as editors to exclude unsuitable items.
Members of the Community Council
Thank you to everyone who took part in the Southwark Conversation.
Late last year, 3,000 people took part in Southwark Council’s most far-reaching consultation, asking you, our residents, how you feel about change in our borough.
Through the conversations we learned a huge amount about what matters to you, and we will use that to inform our council plans and priorities, following detailed analysis over the coming months.
As promised, we've now published an initial report, setting out the key themes that you told us were important to you. You can download the report here.
Page last updated: 12 April 2019