WHAT ELSE YOU CAN DO:
Visit Camberwell Old Cemetery Wood and see the 2 acres of woods cut down for burial plots over the dead. AND EXPERIENCE THE 10 ACRES TO BE SAVED
Walk along the new burial plots on Woodvale in Camberwell New Cemetey and see the rows of graves where a meadow and hedgerow was.
Go to what was once The Glade in Camberwell New Cemetery up on One Tree Hill. Enter Brenchley Gardens gates SE23 3RD, turn right and up the hill. Dozens of trees felled to sell just over 100 prestige burial plots with a view of the City.
2. Follow us on social media for updates
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TWITTER @southwarkwoods https://twitter.com/southwarkwoods
6. You could write and object to MPs and the Church of England, even though the Church and Harriet Harman and the Mayor have been 100% behind this devastation.
Theresa May PM
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
Jeremy Corbyn MP
Constituency MP Harriet Harman firstname.lastname@example.org
Most Revd Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury
Rt Rev Christopher Chessun, Bishop of Southwark
Cllr Peter John Southwark Council Leader
Cllr Richard Livingstone, Environment & Public Realm
Ward Councillors for Camberwell Old Cemetery Wood:
Cllr Jon Hartley
Cllr Maggie Browning
Ward Councillors for Camberwell New Cemetery - One Tree Hill:
Cllr Victoria Mills
Cllr Renata Hamvas
Southwark Council Officers:
Southwark Council CEO
Environment & Social Regeneration Officer
Parks Officer Sue Dummond
Copy us in:
Save Southwark Woods
www.SaveSouthwarkWoods.org.uk | email@example.com | @southwarkwoods | Facebook Page Save Southwark Woods
IMAGES: Area Z, Underhill Road Wood, Camberwell Old Cemetery. Trees cut for burial plots. Area D1, formerly The Glade.
EMAIL THE PRESS:
HELP by emailing, snailmailing, tweeting, instagramming etc media outlets. tell them that Southwark is cutting down 12 acres of inner London cemetery woods and that this is an environmental and heritage disaster.
Send them something!
SIGN THE PETITION SO THEY WILL KNOW YOU SUPPORT THE CAMPAIGN & SO WE CAN CONTACT YOU
Post on a local forum:
As of September 25, 2018:
The Council has resumed tree cutting and construction above the graves of thousands of dead, including World War service personnel.
You can help by emailing the press or your local political leader.