The SE5 Forum works to improve Camberwell for the benefit of all members of our diverse community. The Forum was set up to be the eyes, ears and voice of the community, to see and understand what is happening within the area, to listen to concerns and raise them with the relevant organizations.
After consulting Camberwell people we set up SE5 Forum and hosted the Camberwell ‘Jigsaw’ Event to gather information about “What’s Good, Bad, Missing in Camberwell”.
Set up the Camberwell Leisure Centre Working Party which led to the refurbishment of the Leisure Centre.
Held Beijing Olympics Handover Event on Camberwell Green which attracted 2000 visitors.
In response to concerns expressed by consultants at King’s College Hospital A&E we hosted a Knife Crime Symposium.
Joined Lambeth Forum Network which provides much needed core funding.
Led the campaign to save the South London Line.
Launched Camberwell Artists Network with an event showcasing local creative industries.
Launched Camberwell Business Network (CBN).
Vision for Camberwell published.
Supported the creation of Camberwell Green Farmers Market.
Creation of Camberwell Community Choir.
One year to Go Olympic Event on Camberwell Green.
Launched Friends of Camberwell Green.
Secured Cleaner, Greener Safer Funding for Lomond Grove Green Link from Camberwell Green to Burgess park.
Following the 2011 riots CBN was awarded Â£50K from Community Restoration Fund for work with businesses and the community.
Supported Early Years Groups in celebrating the Olympic Torch visit to Camberwell.
First Camberwell Palace of Variety.
Free Film Festival.
Camberwell Food and Drink Festival.
“Meet the Candidates” Event – Camberwell people met local election councillor hopefuls.
Successful submission to the High Street Challenge for Camberwell Business Improvement District (BID) feasibility study.
We concentrated on forwarding the Camberwell Business Improvement District.
Building links between Southwark and Lambeth friends of libraries and green spaces group.
Successful Bid to register the Nagâ€™s Head PH as an Asset of Community Value.