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Recycling Roadshows

Further to our last story on the changes to rubbish and recycling collection, details are now available of Recycling Roadshows to be held on Saturdays in April through to July. These give everyone an opportunity to get rid of recyclable waste that cannot be collected as part of the weekly household recycling service - things like:

The Be Lambeth Awards

The inaugural Lambeth Council Be Lambeth Awards, celebrating the exceptional talent and businesses within our vibrant community, are underway!

Rathbone Society Inspiring Learning Mentors

A significant number of children and young people in Lambeth are from refugee and asylum-seeking families. The pandemic has put additional pressure on the lives and education of these disadvantaged young people and further exacerbated this attainment gap and inequality. Digital poverty has been a big barrier to young people’s access to and full participation in education.

West Norwood Cemetery NHLF works: spring 2024 update

We last reported in the autumn 2023 on progress with the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) project at West Norwood Cemetery which seeks to conserve the Cemetery’s magnificent landscape and built structures, as well as offer new experiences and facilities to increase community use. Following a meeting of the Implementation Board on Friday 19 April, will can now report an update.

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.

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.