Residents of Nunhead and Peckham share how lockdown impacted their mental health.
Napura, Rat Race Cycles and The Waverley Arms share how lockdown has affected their trade and what easing restrictions means for them.
For many people, the toll on mental health is a significant impact of the coronavirus outbreak. We've collated some resources to help.
Anna explains how her team has served up over 1000 meals to people in the community, and shares one of her go-to recipes.
Coronavirus has impacted many people's ability to access food. Here are some local organisations working to tackle hunger and provide help.
The Rye is difficult to beat for sun-soaking, but this post suggests a few ventures outside our corner of SE15.
This Monday, join Community Southwark and share your ideas on community engagement, the COVID-19 lockdown, & societies most pressing issues.
Adrian Garratt is a professional violinist who has been performing ‘doorstep concerts’ for the community during lockdown.
Sian Rees from Refugee Solidarity South East explains the importance of working together and ensuring that no one is left behind.
Thank you to each and every person who has put their time and money towards raising funds for Nunhead Knocks.
A buddy-ship could help new starters settle in and build our volunteer community culture.
We’ve rounded up some ideas for celebrating Pride at home
Ian Williams, co-manager of The Green, talks about opening up the centre to Nunhead Knocks and the impact of lockdown on the community.
A non-exhaustive list of books and resources. Please send your additions to email@example.com.
If you’re unable to protest or want to find other ways of supporting black people in the community, here are some ideas.
Get in touch with any ideas, questions or feedback, this is your network, for your community, and this conversation needs you.
Stephanie Mittiga talks about the people she’s been able to support and the impact Nunhead Knocks has had on the community
Our volunteer Laura Spilsbury explains why volunteering is so important and how the community has come together.
Nunhead resident of 30 years, Nick Cobb, talks about becoming a Nunnhead Knocks ‘Matching Master’ and staying creative in lockdown.
Alex is currently furloughed from his job in the charity sector and volunteers for Nunhead Knocks as an outreach coordinator.
Marion Dewar has lived in the area for eight years and helps man the phones and emails for Nunhead Knocks.
Paddy Holt helped set up NunUnFed, Nunhead Knocks’ cooked meals delivery service, while on furlough.
IT team volunteer Sophie Malik shares what getting involved with Nunhead Knocks has meant to her.
Our round up of fab businesses and initiatives in Nunhead and Peckham doing their bit for environment.
We now have a sustainability group who will be making recommendations on how we can reduce, reuse and recycle in all of our activities.
Catherine Solomons, co-owner of Nunhead restaurant 28 Well Hung and podcast host, shares why she's cooking for NHS staff during lockdown.
London Rainbow collect donated phones/tablets and distribute through health and care services to people isolated by Covid-19. Donate here.
Sophie, Becky and David from the SE15 Community Fund share how you can help those in tough financial situations, now and for the long-term.
We want you to hear from you - complete our short survey to help shape the future of Nunhead Knocks.
Claire Sheppard shares 10 highlights from 10 Weeks of Nunhead Knocks
Our fab fundraiser Ian shares what inspired the challenge and how it’s going so far.
The biggest issue we face right now is getting people who need us. Here's how you can help spread the word!
NunUnFed gets nutritious cooked meals to those who are unable to cook, don't have the equipment to or at high risk. Refer a neighbour here!
When we asked for your quarantales we had a fantastic response - thank you Luke Rowett for your poem!
Thank you everyone who completed the survey! See the initial results and priorities here.
We need your help to set our priorities for the next fortnight. Click here to complete the survey.
Can't go out but you can still keep fit, stay chill or develop some new skills thanks to your talented neighbours. Click here for more.
A dedicated group of volunteers has given lots of time and energy into ironing out the matching system. Read more here.
We've compiled a list of local businesses who are still operating as usual, click here for more
Food banks across the country are struggling. Bankuet helps you donate food to people who need it now without leaving your house.
Our lovely local businesses have started delivering - show your support and check our directory for fruit, veg, meat, fish and provisions.
Marketing champions, Ruth, Helen and Chris, will be bringing you news and good feels every week to update our community on all things NK!
Local foodbanks are reliant on your donations and drop-in centres frequented by the most vulnerable in our communities have been closed.
The impact of COVID-19 on our local communities has inspired Love Your Local to take action.
House of Pride have put together an amazing guide on mental & physical health, resources and support for the LGBT+ community.
It's been a whirlwind week, so we took a few precious seconds to think about some of the great things that have happened because of you.
Your Nunhead Knocks team needs support so we can focus on our biggest priority - getting help to those who need it.