Tag: Lambeth Council

Brixton pupils on top in Levi Roots’ new Dragons’ Den

Two Brixton schools were the joint winners when entrepreneur Levi Roots revisited Dragons' Den in Lambeth town hall with more than 50 pupils from...

Lambeth Schools Patrol launches in Brixton

The Lambeth Schools Patrol (LSP) project was formally launched yesterday (30 October) in the centre of Brixton. The project is a partnership between Brixton businesses...

Recycled pallets and food waste benefit adventure playground

InUse-ReUse, which the Bugle featured in June 2019 issue, has a new project to use recycled wooden pallets from Brixton market. Founder Dennis Boateng launched...

Community solar power co-op launches share offer for local people

Lambeth Community Solar, the first borough-wide energy co-op is offering shares in its first project, installing solar panels on two local schools. Eva Goudouneix...

Council takes direct control of play and youth services

Young Lambeth Coop (YLC), established by the council in 2014, which has had a major role in commissioning local work with young people, lost...

Fashion week comes to Brixton with a ‘Windrush’ theme

Next Generation Regeneration: Fashion and Revolution is a Windrush-themed celebration being held in Brixton during London Fashion Week in partnership between the council and...

School patrol: a focus on positive engagement

The Bugle sits down with Asher Senator and Serena Nalty-Coombs to hear more about Code 7 and their new project Lambeth Schools Patrol which...

Lambeth Question Time at Brixton Library

Lambeth council are hosting a day of activities and workshops around Windrush Square on Friday 6 September from 10am-4pm. Representatives of the council, local...

Brixton Street Gym celebrates its new home

Today (24 August) saw the official opening of a new home for the Brixton Street Gym. Founder Terroll Lewis, who launched the project in Brockwell...

Historic Brixton pub warns that licence objections could close it

The Duke of Edinburgh pub on Ferndale Road has warned that a campaign to impose what it says are “unreasonable” licence restrictions on it...

Work on Atlantic Road arches could last the month

Work surrounding the former Network Rail arches on Atlantic Road looks set to take a lot longer than expected and will affect the return...

Concern over new plans for Electric Avenue offices

Changes to three of Brixton’s landmark buildings will be considered at Lambeth’s council’s planning applications committee today (30 July). Council officers are recommending conditional acceptance...

Sun shines for Tulse Hill unity walk

Walkers and cyclists enjoyed the sunshine as a Unity Walk organised by the Tulse Hill Forum left the Tulse Hill Estate on Saturday 13...

Council honours school governors

Lambeth council has made awards to long-serving school governor for the first time. Governors are all volunteers. Nearly 100 received a certificate and a...

Moorlands asbestos ‘not a risk’

Residents of the Moorlands estate along Somerleyton Road behind the Barrier Block are concerned about possible asbestos in their homes following the appearance of...

Victory for Brixton residents damp campaign

St Martin’s Tenant’s Residents Association has won the support of Lambeth council in their fight against damp in the estate’s homes. The council has agreed...

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