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High Trees online adult education courses

High Trees Community Development Trust has a forthcoming series of online courses open to all 19+ Lambeth residents. There's a great range of subjects including functional skills ICT, English and Maths, ESOL classes, vocational courses, family learning, art and wellbeing and community organising courses.

Digital Skills short courses

Clear Community Web is running two free online digital skills eight week courses; each will run twice, starting in both February and April 2021. The classes are run on the basis of working through problems together as a group:

Winter gritting and snow clearance

Following Sunday's snow we have taken a look at Lambeth’s winter gritting and snow clearance service which runs from 1 November to 31 March. During this period  Lambeth is on standby to try and keep our roads and streets clear of snow and ice.

Kingswood House: survey on future use

Kingswood House is just over the borough boundary in Southwark a short walk from Gipsy Hill town centre. Southwark Council is conducting a survey on its future use. The Council suggests the building has the potential to host a broader mix of uses including workspaces and other activities such as business spaces to generate income to help support the running costs of the House.

Lambeth Council customer service standards

We have just noticed that Lambeth council is running a survey on revising its customer service standards as part of the preparation for the return from lockdown. The survey ends tomorrow Wednesday 27 January 2021.

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs

A new and lockable swing bridge has been installed that will make it possible for the Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs to hold tours so we can all get up close to the dinosaurs for the first time.

Census 2021: further information

The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions about services that shape our community, such as healthcare, education and transport. It’s important that you fill in your census questionnaire because it gives us the most detailed information we have about our society.