Bold Vision, a community development charity in SE14, is looking for a new operator to take over running the vibrant Hill Station Community Cafe on Telegraph Hill. This is an exciting opportunity to build on the existing success of the venture, and to develop a catering business that serves the needs of the community and fulfills Bold Vision’s social mission. The contract will be for a 3 year period and will start in August 2013. A full tender and specification document is available on the Bold Vision website (www.boldvision.org.uk) or from firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for proposals is 3 May 2013. Proposals should contain a full description of experience, the proposed service offering, a financial proposal and statement of how Bold Vision’s values would be enhanced.
Local South East London residents are presently campaigning to save the Ivy House pub (Stuart Road, Nunhead, SE15). Read more about the group’s efforts to buy the freehold and rescue this iconic building here.
See the video here. We have already received a £2000 grant from the RSA Catalyst fund to create the new participatory artwork for the former library in New Cross and this week we featured in the RSA e-newsletter
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Want to know more about New Cross People’s Library? Listen to Kath and Gill talk about the closure of New Cross Library in May 2011 then it’s reopening in August as a People’s Library on Andrea Rangecroft’s ‘Views Behind the News’ radio programme here