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Can you help find premises for Lambeth TechAid?

An urgent message from Lambeth TechAid
Are you passionate about narrowing the digital divide? Want to provide young people with meaningful work experience and skills? Then please consider helping Lambeth TechAid in our urgent search for premises while we apply for charity status.

COVID response: transport projects in Lambeth

We have reported a number of times on Lambeth Council's various transport responses to COVID-19, and discussed these at one of our Community Conversations. This link provides information and feedback options for all current Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, School Streets, Healthy Routes, and pavement widening projects across the borough. 

Volunteering opportunities this week

This week Team Lambeth has vacancies with Age UK. Whether you would like to volunteer to have a 'phone friend' and be matched with an elderly member of the community and have a weekly conversation that will help and reduce isolation and loneliness, or you have some extra time and would like to help elderly members of the community who may be shielding or isolating - whatever way you may able to help, they would love to hear from you.  

Norwood Park: letting opportunity

Are you, or anyone you know, experienced in working with young children and families? And would like the opportunity to take on a community space in Norwood Park?

COVID-19: the new rules

The Mayor London website sets out the latest COVID-19 update, including the new rules announced yesterday by the government. Read in full here.

Local Young People need (Virtual) Volunteer Learning Mentors

Rathbone Youth Centre, based at the Old Library on Knights Hill, is looking for people in the local community to become Learning Mentors to provide 1-to-1 study support for young people aged 11-16 for one hour a week. Previous experience not necessary.

Blue Plaque Scheme for West Norwood

Rev Richard Marzetti, Chatsworth Baptist Church, points to the Norwood Forum Historical Plaque installed today, 18 September 2020. The original church, founded in 1878, was totally destroyed 76 years ago today at 7:05pm by a V2 rocket. Two residents of Chatsworth Way were sadly killed and many injured. The current church building was opened in 1959.

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