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Contact details and surgery details

We're slowly but surely getting the basics in place as the new councillors for Peckham Rye. The first step is to let you know how you can get in touch with us if there is anything you think we might be able to help you with.

Our new contact details are as follows:

Gavin Edwards
Tel: 07956624529
e-mail: gavin.edwards@southwark.gov.uk

Renata Hamvas
Tel: TBC
e-mail: renata.hamvas@southwark.gov.uk

Victoria Mills
Tel: 07535932318
e-mail: victoria.mills@southwark.gov.uk

Our surgeries will take place on:

First Friday of every month, 6.30pm to 7.30pm at the Rye Hill Park Tenants and Residents Association, Rye Hill Estate, 191 Peckham Rye.

Second Saturday of every month, 10.00am to 11.00am, East Dulwich Community Centre, 46-64 Darrell Road, East Dulwich

Fourth Thursday of every month, 6.30pm to 7.30pm, Nunhead Library, Gordon Road.

We'll also be carrying out mobile surgeries (when we come to your street) over the coming months. Further details of these will follow shortly.

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