Aladdin’s Cave Alcohol License Application Withdrawn

Aladdin’s Cave Alcohol License Application Withdrawn

This article, in yesterday’s News Shopper, is good news for the residents who responded to the alcohol application license for Aladdin’s Cave on Lewisham Way. Over 40 residents responded, including the Brockley Society and ourselves, the St John’s Society. The St...
Litter pickers vs Litter bugs

Litter pickers vs Litter bugs

After a sunny weekend post lockdown saw the area’s green spaces – The Brookmill Park, Friendly Gardens, St Johns Garden (behind the church) and the area around St Johns Station – festooned in an array of litter we asked the community if anyone would...
St Johns Deptford Community Spring Clean up

St Johns Deptford Community Spring Clean up

On April 17th BYO black bag and come help us clear up parts of St Johns that have become litter-filled so we can enjoy the great outdoors this summer. Please only come if you can take your black bag home to your own bin (or share with a neighbour) as there are no...
Update: March 2021

Update: March 2021

Please could I bring to your attention, in view of the recent media coverage of safety on the streets of a recent campaign to improve street lighting in the St John’s area. I attach a map of one particular spot, which an impressive 55 residents have signed and sent as...
Raising Awareness for our Local Foodbank

Raising Awareness for our Local Foodbank

Filmed in St John’s, Deptford 20/2/21.   A half term project, created by Ray Woolford-Baron, a local St John’s resident to bring the community together, to smile and to share global solidarity during this difficult pandemic time. raymondwoolford@aol.com...
St John’s Society Annual Report 2020 -2021

St John’s Society Annual Report 2020 -2021

Progress over 2020 has been good despite the pandemic. Committee members have worked hard pursuing their respective responsibilities especially with regard to specific campaigns or projects where consistent messaging and lobbying can be time consuming. All Committee...