February update

Please read our message below, taking effect from 15 February.

This message includes information about our service reduction and also local resources that can help while some of our work is paused.

Hello! A message from your neighbours...

At the moment, due to continuing low demand which has coincided with lower space and volunteer capacity, we aren’t offering food parcels. We will instead be signposting to the fantastic Albrighton Community Fridge, Feed the Hill and Telegraph Hill Mutual Support.

It has been our pleasure to have supported our community in response to the COVID-19 crisis since March 2020, and will continue to offer the following support for our SE15 neighbours going forward, depending on availability of volunteers:
- Essential errands for those who are self-isolating (shopping, post office, picking up prescriptions)
- Odd jobs for the elderly and vulnerable                                                           
- A friendly chat over the phone                                                                           
- Signposting to other support services and charities in Southwark             

We will continue to run a phone service for neighbours to call and request support by leaving a voicemail message, and receiving a call back from one of our lovely phone volunteers.

If you would like to chip in and volunteer with Nunhead Knocks do let us know. There is no formal programme in place, but volunteers are checking voicemails, emails, and responding to requests for support via WhatsApp.The more the merrier!

Love from your neighbours,
Nunhead Knocks

How we can help

Please note, we're not part of the council. We don't share information with them and cannot help with accessing their services other than sharing their information.

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Food & essentials

Your neighbours are on hand to help with one-off or regular shopping trips.

Errands & deliveries

Need a prescription collected? Or your dog walking? Over 1700 people are eager to lend a hand.

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Wellbeing & befriending

Would you like someone friendly to talk to? Beat isolation and help everone feel connected.

Local groups offering support

There are local and national groups that are here to support you. Many are ran by volunteers who, like Nunhead Knocks, set up in response to COVID-19, others are well established.

Feed the Hill

Feed the Hilll deliver food boxes to local housebound people in SE4, SE8 and SE14. Boxes are delivered free to those self-isolating or experiencing food poverty.

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Albrighton Community Fridge

Supporting the local community by providing food at no charge. It is open to members of the public on from Tues - Thurs from 1pm. It works on an honesty basis.

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SE15 Community Fund

The SE15 Community Fund offers financial help to people located in the SE15 postcode, who may be struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic or other circumstances.

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Donate to Nunhead Knocks & your community

Whether it's money, food or nappies, your donations will be used to reach people in our community and provide them with meals, food, fuel and other essential support.

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