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March 23, 2017, No comments

A Croydon-based company that specialises in marketing to attract “investment for regeneration” has launched a new magazine and website devoted solely to Lambeth. 3Fox International has worked for Southwark council since 2004. […]

Local author Stella Duffy (centre in blue t-shirt) who recently collected her OBE honour was among the protesting library campaigners

Campaigners question council libraries decisions

March 22, 2017, 1 Comment

Library campaigners have suggested that Lambeth council may have rejected an alternative plan for its libraries because it was already in advanced neg ...

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Council says it will find ways to keep one o’clock clubs open despite cuts

March 17, 2017, No comments

Lambeth councillor Jane Pickard, cabinet member for families and young people, says the council is determined to keep one o’clock clubs open. She wr ...

Illustration for closure of children's playground

One o’clock clubs are a godsend for parents, don’t cut them

March 17, 2017, 1 Comment

As Lambeth council prepares for yet more cuts across the whole range of its services, Laura Silva warns that the end of children’s one o’clock clu ...

  • Local author Stella Duffy (centre in blue t-shirt) who recently collected her OBE honour was among the protesting library campaigners
    Carnegie library planning go‑ahead
    February 8, 2017, 3 Comments

    Lambeth council’s planning committee last night backed an application to excavate the basement of the Carnegie library in Herne Hill so that it can be used as a gym run by […]

  • Ruskin Readers Tutor Rae Stoltenkamp (right) with Tracey Cameron
    Ruskin Readers’ search for new home
    February 5, 2017, No comments

    Stephen Blanchard traces Ruskin Readers’ search for a new home Adults with literacy issues can be a hidden minority in Lambeth. People may struggle to get by at work and […]