Read Spring 2024’s Lambeth Talk

23 February 2024

Written by: Lambeth Council

News and announcements

The cover photo of Spring’s free Lambeth Talk magazine shows award winners from the community with the Mayor at the Lambeth Civic Awards.

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Read Spring 2024’s Lambeth Talk

Spring 2024’s 24-page Lambeth Talk magazine, featuring news from the council and the community, is available free now to be delivered to your home or business, or online download.

Your news and features include:

  • Letter from Cllr Claire Holland, Leader of Lambeth Council, on making Lambeth’s case for fair funding to the Government, helping households with Council Tax, and the council’s commitment to go on investing in affordable housing, green spaces and libraries.
  • News including HM the Queen’s visit to the Gaia Centre for people facing gender-based violence; a new community-led health and wellbeing space opens in North Lambeth; opening of the first community parklets; and the council crackdown on fly-tipping.
  • New flood risk reduction work with council investment in sustainable drainage systems.
  • Reopening of Lambeth’s Archives, with 1,000 years of history now safely housed on Brixton Hill.
  • Lambeth’s budget plans to face the financial pressures caused by a government funding deal defined as ‘inadequate’ by councils across the country.
  • Lambeth’s Civic Awards – 12 inspiring winners nominated by the people of Lambeth and showcasing stories of overcoming inequality and uplifting others, in categories including Equity and Justice, Climate Action, and Outstanding Business.
  • Information on cost of living support from the council, Voter ID, Lambeth’s Fostering Services, the Digital phone switchover, Special Educational and Needs (SEND) services for children and young people in the borough,  June’s Lambeth Country Show, and news on health checks including cancer and making sure your family is up to date with the MMR vaccine for measles.

Get your copy of Lambeth Talk

  • Your new Lambeth Talk will be distributed free by post to every household and business in the borough, with deliveries starting in the last days of February.
  • Or you can read/download it from Lambeth’s website.