The Ivy House
40 Stuart Road
London SE15 3BE
020 7277 8233
Mon - Thu: 12.00-23.00
Fri - Sat: 12.00-24.00
Because of the publicity associated with the campaign to save the Ivy House, we receive a huge quantity of communications on a daily basis, both about events and bookings at the pub itself, about using the Localism Act to save pubs, and about setting up similar community organizations.
We aim to respond to all our mail in a timely fashion; you can help us greatly by sending your enquiry to the correct address to make sure it is dealt with by the right member of the team! Please select carefully from the following options:
Enquiries about gigs, events, artistic happenings, or hiring the pub for functions, weddings, christenings, or location film shoots should be addressed to
General feedback and comments about the pub should be sent to
Journalists for print or online media, TV, or radio should contact . Most of the relevant facts about the pub and the campaign to save it are available via the "About" page of the website.
Community groups who want to get in touch for help, advice or support for their own project should use
We do not collect personal data from users of this website (either by Google analytics or any other tracking medium), except in the case that users sign up to receive our weekly events email via the form embedded in the front page of the website. This mailing list is used only to notify subscribers of upcoming events at the pub by email, which is the purpose for which all subscribers originally entered their details.
A separate privacy notice applies for shareholders in Ivy House Community Pub Limited, about whom we are required to store more information in accordance with the Rules of the Society. You can view this privacy notice at the website's shares page.
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