New St. John’s Society Logo

New St. John’s Society Logo

As the work of the St. John’s Society goes from strength to strength, we felt it was time to refresh our identity to something that felt more in tune with our current aims and core values.  The ‘duck pond’ logo has been in use since the...
Kath Duncan / Barbara Raymond mural on Albyn Road

Kath Duncan / Barbara Raymond mural on Albyn Road

Three weeks ago today, the St. John’s Society were celebrating International Women’s Day, a day where the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women are commemorated and celebrated all around the world.  There could not be a more fitting day...
Mayor’s Awards 2022 – Finalist!

Mayor’s Awards 2022 – Finalist!

I am delighted and humbled to have been nominated and becoming a Finalist in the Mayor’s Award for Voluntary Contribution 2022 for outstanding work in the area. The work that I do for St John’s SE8 could not have been achieved without the incredible backing, support...
St John’s Society Annual Report 2021 -2022

St John’s Society Annual Report 2021 -2022

Progress over 2021 has continued to be good despite the pandemic restrictions. Committee members have worked hard pursuing their respective responsibilities. All Committee meetings during Lockdown have been carried out on Zoom with a slow return to face to face...
BIODIVERSITY: Animals, Plants & Fungi

BIODIVERSITY: Animals, Plants & Fungi

By John Woodemail: maxripple@gmail.com TREES ARE GOOD FOR CITIES: They reduce urban flooding They cool us down in heatwaves They reduce crime rates They improve mental health and wellbeing. They store carbon (i.e. reducing global warming) They support wildlife and...