Archive for October, 2008

South London Squatter Network Meeting

Posted in Uncategorized on October 19, 2008 by cHe0

New launch of a network of south london squatters. Networking, building solidarity, sharing skills, support, creating movement. First meeting on tuesday the 28th at 7.30 at the library house!


South London Press, Tuesday October 14, 2008

Posted in Uncategorized on October 18, 2008 by cHe0
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At the Library House Next week!

Posted in Uncategorized on October 16, 2008 by cHe0

== Tuesday 21st. 7.45pm to start 8pm ==
Meeting of the social center.
After few meetings with a lot of different nice people and energy, we feel we would like to have now a stable group of people who would be up to commit in running the space. If you feel that you have time and energy to give to a fantastic place in the camberwell/brixton area, come along at the meeting this tuesday!

== Wednesday 22nd 6pm ==
Cafe Marie.
Hot drinks, cake and hot food and Free vegetables to give away! Come along and try our new blue sofa, the most comfiest in the world!

== Thursday 23rd 6pm ==
Capoeira Workshop.
Our Capoeira lessons start this week! Every thursday, our local capoeira facilitator will be there to share some capoeira skills to whoever is interested!

== Saturday 25th Busy day! ==
– 2pm to 6pm: Food buying group workshop (2pm) + meeting of the south london anarchist network (4pm)
– 12 to 4pm Cafe Marie
– 8pm til late but not so late: Butterfly/Benefit Party. Two in one: dressing up party and Fundraiser (we need money for our future alternative energy equipment – bike powered and solar panels!)
Theme of the dressing up party will be anything that starts with a B (like Butterfly or Banana or Banker).

Dear Neighbours

Posted in Uncategorized on October 4, 2008 by cHe0

This week it was decided that the library house on Knatchbull road should be reopened after a long time of being abandoned and ignored by the council.
Problems such as a severe water leak has been fixed saving a lot of water and also the garden cleared of rubbish.
An important house such as this should be given back to the community. We hope it will become a vibrant space for all!
We welcome questions, comments and ideas!