This is your local noticeboard. Here’s where you can find out about what’s going on near you, as well as receive service updates from us. You can also submit your own posts if there’s something you’d like to share (all posts will be moderated – please allow three working days).
Have you always wanted to play a musical instrument? Now's your chance!
DEA Music Academy provides the highest standard of teaching through an excellent team of musicians who have performing careers and a wealth of teaching experience.
DEA welcomes students of all ages. It offers individual classes, lessons in pairs and group courses for:
- group therapy classes
They offer free consultation lessons, and Peabody residents enjoy special discounts.
London, SE17 1BL
3.30pm-7pm Tuesdays to Fridays and 10am-6pm on Saturday
Telephone: 07810 327371 or 0203 509 1656
Peabody, in partnership with Camden LGBT Forum, is hosting a new LGBT social film night every second Monday of the month at the Hugh Cubit Centre, 48 Collier Street
Doors open: 6pm
Film begins: 7pm
Everybody is welcome.
December 2016: 'Walk a mile in my pradas' January 2017: 'Behind the candelabra' February 2017: 'Colour me lavendar' March 2017: 'Mambo Italiano' April 2017: 'Cloudburst' May 2017: 'Before Stonewall' June 2017: 'Stonewall'
Hackney Council are consulting on a new housing strategy for the borough.
Hackney Council are developing a new Housing Strategy for the next five years that will set out how they and its partners will work to tackle residents’ concerns and help achieve their ambitions.
A Hackney that works for everyone
The local authority wants to hear the views of every resident in Hackney. Please complete the survey below and tell us your opinion on housing in Hackney and what you think Hackney Council should focus on.Complete a survey
Your opinion matters, so help make sure the strategy reflects the views of your community.
Consultation closes on Monday, 22 May 2017
You can also pop into the Pembury community Centre to get a copy of the Council's proposal from the reception.
Social activities and fun for Hackney's over 50s.
Come along to your local Silver Linings Club. It's for people over 50 to meet others regularly and lend a hand in Hackney.
If you need transport to get to your local club, please contact the Silver Linings team at Groundwork on 020 8510 5403 or 07913 604 364 (mobile).
Are you looking for leisure time with health benefits? Would you like to meet new people?
Look no further. Join our social dances! Try new dance styles such as Quadrille, Charleston, Bollywood and Lindy Hop. Professional dancers will be on hand to teach you the steps and music will be provided by DJ Jerome Anderson. Refreshments are provided.
£5, free for carers
For more information
Contact Giulia or Claire at 020 7691 3210 or Giulia at email@example.com
Are you a Peabody tenant? Want to discuss your rent account?
We are holding weekly drop-in rent surgery at the Pembury Community Centre. This is an opportunity to ask any questions relating to your rent and we'll be available to advice you.
Wednesdays, 9am - 5pm
Pembury Community Centre
Ground floor, Atkins Square
London E8 1HL
For more information
Contact Shaun Lloyd, Revenue Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your permit is within 1 month of expiry and you have NOT received a renewal form from MET Parking Services, please call them on:
0845 370 8004 (Mon–Fri, 10am–5pm) or email email@example.com
Vehicles on estates with parking enforcement must display a valid parking permit or otherwise be subject to a Parking Charge Notice.
It's the permit holder's responsibility to renew.
Join our fashion and textiles project for young women, and develop your creative skills.
You’ll have the chance to
- Design and make clothes and jewellery
- Go to galleries, museums and exhibitions including Clothes Show Live
- Take part in fashion and catwalk shows
Drop in at the Pembury Centre (the yellow cabin on Dalston Lane)
- Tuesdays, 4pm–8pm (ages 14–18)
- Saturdays,11am–3pm (ages 10–13)
For more information call Janine on 07940 487 611.
Join us for activities including music, dance, drama and sport including football coaching through Leyton Orient Kickz.
Drop in at the Pembury Community Hall (in front of the football cage).
- Mondays 6pm–8.30pm (ages 8–12)
- Wednesdays 6.30pm–9pm (ages 13–17)
- Saturdays 1.30pm–4.30pm – football session
Call David on 07786 675 904. All sessions are free and run by professional DBS-checked staff.
Get help with finding work experience placements, training courses, college and university places, summer jobs, part-time work and apprenticeships.
The Pembury Centre (the yellow cabin on Dalston Lane)
Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm (ages 16–24)
Call John or Atradies on 07860 949 154 or 020 7021 4128.
Our Pembury Pathways project can help.
Parent Adviser Lorraine Bradshaw-Cole leads the project. She can help you with finding ther right course, thinking through your options, and arranging childcare.
Lorraine is based at the Pembury Estate Office during office hours, so call her on 020 7021 4864 or drop in to 57 Shellness Road, London E5 8JU.
Spaces still available!
Children are given a healthy breakfast and can be taken to school if needed.
Offers children different activities each day, as well as a healthy snack. Children can also be collected from school if needed.
Call Pembury Pre-School on 020 8985 4484.
We need performers aged 11 to 16.
Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings 7:30 – 8:45 during term time in BSix college Theatre.
If you like acting, singing, dancing or any other part of theatre, please get in touch.
No auditions necessary. Just enthusiastic young people with a passion to perform!
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Do you know of an upcoming event? Have you recently lost or found something? You can tell everyone about it here.Submit a notice
Guidance for submitting posts on the noticeboards
- An event that’s happening in your area/ neighbourhood
- Information about tenants and residents association meetings
- Promoting an initiative that you are involved in
- You’ve lost or found an item