Our Chairperson is Chris Haydon, media & theatre professional in Peckham since 1982, director & managing trustee of Community TV Trust, ran Southwark.TV from 2003-14, makes films with and delivers media training to marginalised young people, mental health service users and the disability sector.
Jeff Burnige is a former chairman of MILLWALL Football Club, and comes from a Southwark family. He also chairs the Millwall for All Trust and enjoys working towards community cohesion.
Richard Callaghan, treasurer, is a chartered accountant and finance manager of Safer World, an international organisation against violent conflict. After KPMG, Smithkline Beecham and other large companies, he joined ActionAid International as head of finance in 2005. Richard is also treasurer of Clapham-based Share Community.
Paddy Cribb was the legal director of Freemans, the catalogue mail order company, which contributed to the social framework of Southwark and Lambeth as many of its staff lived there. He was chairman of The Peckham Settlement from 1982 to 2005.
Michael Fowke, a solicitor, was for many years a partner in a large commercial firm based in the City of London. For the past 15 years, he has been a member of The Peckham Settlement's Executive Committee and has also worked as an adviser for the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Winifred Jordan, a retired Local Government Officer, has lived in Peckham all her life. Winifred was awarded the Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal and in 2002 the Liberty of the Neighbourhood of Peckham and Camberwell. She has been a Trustee of The Peckham Settlement since 2003.
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David Reid has over 40 years connection with Peckham, working over recent years with Peckham Voluntary Sector Forum (PVSF) to support the area's diverse communities.
Bonnie Ure joined The Peckham Settlement in September 2016. Bonnie has lived and worked in Peckham for the past 40 years. During that time she has worked in Southwark as a teacher, social worker and head of the Early Years service.
Samantha Woodlock has lived in the area for the last fifteen years and is involved with many community and political groups in and around Peckham.