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St Martin-In-The Fields High School for Girls

It has been reported that the 300-year-old St Martin-In-The Fields High School for Girls on Tulse Hill is to become a therapeutic centre for vulnerable pupils run by the Oasis charity.

The school is to close this summer but has now been saved for educational use. It will be turned into a centre dedicated to helping pupils who are not in mainstream education, and offer respite care, mental health and disability support and education.


Lambeth Charity Networking Event

High Trees are hosting their first Lambeth Charity Networking Event, which is open to everyone working for not-for-profit organisations in Lambeth.

Norwood U3A

Norwood U3A holds most of its meetings at the South London Theatre and would welcome new members.  Full details of the services offered are set out in the flyer below.

Dulwich Festival 2024

This year's Dulwich Festival runs from Friday 10 May to Sunday 19 May. At the moment few events are listed for our area, but there are a number of walks and other events that may be of interest. The festival incorporates Artists Open House. 

Fortnightly black bin collections starts on 15 April 2024

Further to our earlier stories, a reminder that from Monday 15 April, black bin rubbish collections will take place every two weeks. The final weekly collection will be in the week commencing 8 April. Your green recycling bin, food waste bin and garden waste bag (if you subscribe to the garden waste service) will still be emptied every week

Health & Wellbeing Grants for Tulse Hill organisations

High Trees in partnership with Lambeth Council has launched a new grants and capacity building support programme for Tulse Hill organisations to set up or scale health and wellbeing activities for local residents.

Streatham Wells LTN: April update

Further to our earlier story on the suspension of the Streatham Wells Low Traffic Neighbourhood, we have now heard back from the Council on the issues we raised.