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SLBI Our Match Funding Drive

After a costly building project, the South London Botanical Institute has launched a time limited match funding drive for two weeks only.

New support to help people live independently

Lambeth Council has introduced a new ‘Help for Independent Living’ platform for elderly and disabled people to help make everyday life easier and support people to stay comfortably in their own homes for longer.


Kineika Bloco, a youth music charity, is holding workshops this summer to introduce young people to their activities: an exuberant mix of young brass and woodwind players, drummers, steel pan and dancers all in costume creating a “unique new British Carnival sound with a decidedly London edge” (BBC Radio 2).

"Soak up Lambeth" - Have your say

In 2024, Lambeth Council is installing over £6 million of sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) to help reduce surface water flood risk across the borough. Over the next couple of months, the SuDS team will engage with local residents of some of the schemes to get their opinions.

Advice from NHS about strike action

Junior Doctors are on strike from Saturday 24 – Wednesday 28 February 2024, and the NHS advise that hospitals will be under a lot of pressure again. They advise:

Norwood Public Transport

Norwood has 13 bus routes running through or on the boundary of the area. We have three night bus services and the Superloop 6 (previously the 68X) has recently been introduced. Tulse Hill, Gipsy Hill and West Norwood rail stations are within our area, West Dulwich just outside and at least three more stations are within reasonable walking distance for some people. Brixton station for London Underground services and Denmark Hill and Crystal Palace for London Overground are a short cycle or bus or train ride away.