From Sunday 4 September 2022 there is a welcome increase in trains travelling through Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill and West Norwood to both London Bridge and London Victoria. Services return to four trains per hour up to 8pm (Monday-Friday) rather than the two per hour that has applied since the end of lockdown.
We continue to work with the Council on the arrangements for the forthcoming highway resurfacing works along Norwood Road from Herne Hill station to Robson Road, West Norwood. The first section from Herne Hill was completed last year, and the next section has now been scheduled to run from Wednesday 31 August to Friday 2 September 2022 (9:30pm-6am):
A very hot weekend is forecast, with the possibility of some rain as a relief from Monday. A Level 3 Heat-Health Alert was issued by the Met Office and UKHSA this week to warn of extreme hot weather across London and other parts of the country.
Lambeth Heritage Festival seeks to celebrate the extraordinary diverse history of Lambeth. There are walks, talks, tours, performances and other events all around the borough, and most are free. Prior booking is often required.
More LGBTQ+ people live in Lambeth than anywhere else in the UK. LGBT HERO has teamed up with Lambeth Council to find out what life is like for LGBTQ+ people living, working and socialising in Lambeth.