Hi everyone. My partner and I have lived in Nunhead for 32 years now, and there are some of the original people on the street from when we moved in. We've seen many changes taking place over the years with the people moving in and out, the state of our streets, the house prices going up and down. The one thing that has ALWAYS been here is a sense of community regardless of race, nationality, gender. There are always problems, but people have always been as helpful to each other as possible and acknowledge each other in the street. Not like living in London, at all. I was wondering if anyone would like to start a cookbook reflecting the diverse cultures in our area including a brief history of the contributors of where they came from, originally. How they came to Nunhead and their experiences of living here. Food is always something that brings people together, either in the preparations or meals themselves. I realise this isn't an original idea, as various villages and towns have done it. But we haven't. Maybe the proceeds of the sales (if it goes ahead and works) could go towards the new community centre or something else community based. Get back to me on here if you're interested. If there is enough interest to go ahead, then we can move onto the next step and start getting as many possible involved to contribute. Thanks for reading and take care.