Projects 2016-2019

2019 sees The Peckham Settlement launch a new phase of its operation as a local grant making body in Peckham and SE15 with the decision to award three year grants to three local organisations. They are Link Age Southwark, South London Cares and Community TV Trust for its knife crime work. The Peckham Settlement has a historic link to The Peckham Community Fund which sits is managed by London Community Foundation.

Here is a glimpse of the fun work coming through South London Cares with their music project in the heart of Peckham –

The Movement Factory, Lindley Estate TRA and Central Southwark Community Hub were awarded grants in February 2019. The short film below features the current work of The Movement Factory who run classes at The Mountview Academy behind Peckham Library.

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The Peckham Settlement is delighted to be supporting a Tenants & Residents Association, on the Lindley Estate.

Lindley Estate

A group of children from the Lindley and the Ledbury housing estates won two awards at the prestigious Into Film Awards for their animated film ‘The Foodbank and the Fidget Spinner’ about overcoming the stigma of using food banks. Here it is –

Our Peckham 2: The Foodbank and the Fidget Spinner

Hit share to vote for ‘Our Peckham 2: The Foodbank and the Fidget Spinner ‘as your winner of the #IntofilmAwards ‘Audience Choice Award’

Gepostet von Into Film am Mittwoch, 30. Januar 2019

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Here is a short film about the work of the Central Southwark Community Hub.

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In 2018 our range of beneficiaries extended to include Aaina Women’s Group, Burgess Park Food Project, Central Southwark Community Hub, CCDC7 (Carl Campbell Dance Company7), Community TV Trust (for its knife crime work), South London Cares.

Aaina Women’s Group

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By August 2017 we awarded grants to Age UK Lewisham and Southwark for their MENders (men’s shed) project in Peckham, See the film below.

We are pleased to acknowledge Bede House for their work on Domestic Violence in Peckham –

… as well as Brimmington Park Festival 2017, Pioneer Afro Caribbean Over 50s, Link Age Southwark for their work combatting isolation among older residents.

Our first beneficiary in our new manifestation after the June 2016 Re-Launch was the HOurbank project which used to be run out of The Peckham Settlement and is now part of PECAN. We also made an grant award in 2016 to Peckham Coal Line whose development we are assisting. This ambitious local project stands to benefit the whole SE15 community.