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Volunteering opportunities this week

A bumper load of opportunites from Team Lambeth to volunteer. Locally:

Rathbone Society Inspiring Learning Project - Learning Mentors:

The Project works with disadvantaged young people who are struggling at school and need extra support with their learning.

Have your say on Lambeth Bee Roads

Lambeth Bee Roads is a series of proposed greening projects to convert grassland and tarmac alongside roads into meadows, rain gardens, and wildflower planting.

Lambeth Archive online winter talks programme

Lambeth Council Archives has announced their new 2021-22 winter programme of online local history talks. The progamme runs every third Thursday of the month and has been put together by Lambeth Archives and offered by members of the Lambeth Local History Forum. See details in flyer.

LTN for Streatham Wells?

Lambeth is considering installing a Low Traffic Neighbourhood for the whole of the area between Streatham High Road, Leigham Court Road and Streatham Common North Side.

A newly formed residents group is to meet to discuss the proposals: Sunday 5 December 2021 from 1.30pm at St Peter’s Church, Leigham Court Road SW16 2SD (between Glennie Road and Canterbury Grove) 

draft Police and Crime Plan: have your say

The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) is consulting on its draft Police and Crime Plan. This plan sets out the Mayor’s priorities for policing and community safety in London for the next four years. 

Deeds of Dedication for Lambeth Parks

Lambeth Council is working with Fields in Trust to secure Deeds of Dedication for five of Lambeth’s largest parks: Kennington Park, Norwood Park, Larkhall Park, Myatt’s Fields Park and Ruskin Park. This follows on from earlier Deeds of Dedication for Brockwell Park and Holmewood Gardens. 

The purpose of the Deeds of Dedication is to demonstrate a desire to ensure these parks are protected in perpetuity. 

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