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Loughborough Primary School became the third Lambeth school to have a ‘green screen’ installed to help reduce air pollution on the school playground. Clapham’s businesses have voted overwhelmingly in...
Vegetable Invasion Comes to Brixton
Vegetables will be invading a Family Fun Day in Windrush Square, Brixton on Saturday, April 6. Families from across Lambeth are invited to bring the kids and enjoy the...
Miss the buzz of a full house? Foster for Lambeth
Many new foster carers are parents whose children have grown up and become independent. They miss the buzz of a full house and want to do something for the...
Multi-million pound investment confirmed to support Brixton’s businesses
Following on from its recent designation as one of six Creative Enterprise Zones for London, Brixton has received a further boost with more than £4m secured to improve public...
Lambeth council urges the government to invest in tackling domestic abuse
Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Leader of the council, Cllr Jack Hopkins, has written to the government responding to the newly proposed Domestic Abuse Bill.
Brixton roads to be transformed for healthier travel
The Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL) have announced today that Lambeth Council has been successful in its multi-million bid to TfL’s ‘Liveable Neighbourhoods’ fund.
Funding for post-arrest support project for young people and families announced
Lambeth council has secured £500,000 in funding for a new locally developed project to support families in which the children are at risk of being involved in crime and...
Contact SHINE for help with energy bills and winter warmth in 2019
SHINE (Seasonal Health Interventions Network) helps Londoners stay well and warm at home in winter. Lambeth has signed up to the scheme to help residents again this winter -...