19 March 2014
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More people than ever are recycling in Lambeth, which is better for the environment and expected to save up to £2 million through reduced disposal costs. Sometimes bags include unrecyclable items – that means the whole bag can’t be processed.
As our campaign on adoption continues, we hear from James, who tells us about his adoption, and why he’s going to adopt a child himself.
From the beginning of March, you can once again register for the year’s garden waste collection service, which is now collected weekly.
The average age of a Lambeth council worker plummeted last week thanks to 21 local school pupils.
Lambeth Council is harnessing the power of the big screen to inspire you this Valentine’s Day. Look out our Future History advert in local cinemas.
Read our monthly magazine bringing you news and features from the borough a guide to local events and interesting articles about topical issues.
Just a few months ago the new food waste service was introduced across the borough after a trial in Gipsy Hill, and the response has been huge!
After 18 months of meeting with residents, designing, developing, writing and a lot of hard work, the new Lambeth Council website is online.