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1 - 3pm
Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses, Norwood Road, SE24 9BN
Description With a 'Drawing Growth' theme, everyone is welcome to join the club in the Greenhouses. No experience is necessary, you can find a secluded corner and draw on your own, or join in the drawing class for observational drawing tuition, advice and encouragement. Participation is free but please bring your own sketch book and pencils.
St Peter's Church Pop-in Centre
10am – 12pm
Clapham Manor Street, Clapham, SW4 6BX
Drop by St. Peter’s Hall for a cuppa and friendly chat.
020 7622 6285 or www.stpetersclapham.org.uk
If you want to have a say in how your local health and social care services are provided, then you can contact the Local Involvement Network (LINk) and get your voice heard. Any Lambeth resident can take part, joining is free and independent of statutory authorities.
Phone 020 7274 8522 or email email@example.com
Brixton Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
Brixton Station Road, SW2
A new market in the heart of Brixton where you can find organic milk direct from East Sussex, fish straight from the fishing boat in Poole, London baked artisan bread, new season game, the freshest fruit and vegetables, and lots more...
Call 020 7833 0338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Battery Recycling at Lambeth Libraries
You can now take your old batteries to your local library and they'll recycle them for you. Batteries contain chemicals that potentially can harm human health. When you throw them in with your normal rubbish, they are likely to end up in landfill and can leak these chemicals into the ground. Recycling your batteries can also help recover some of the raw materials in order to be reused to make other products. This helps save to the planet’s resources by reducing the need to mine new materials.
Phone 020 7926 0750 or email email@example.com
Green Man Skills Zone
Corner of Coldharbour Lane and Hinton Road, SW9
The former Green Man pub on Coldharbour Lane has been transformed into Lambeth’s first employment hub, the Green Man Skills Zone. The centre offers tailored advice for jobseekers and a range of courses to boost the skills needed to get back into work. The skills zone is being run in partnership with Citizens Advice Bureau and Job Centre Plus.
Call 020 7926 5607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lambeth Voluntary Action Council
If you are involved in running a voluntary or community association in Lambeth or would like to set up one, LVAC’s new Capacity and Development Team may be able to help you. They provide free expert information, advice and capacity building support to Lambeth’s voluntary and community sector. Other services such as training and accountancy are also provided for free to members of the LVAC.
Call 020 7737 9460 or email email@example.com
The Brixton Pound
The Brixton Pound is a new scheme to support local shops and encourage local trade. More than 80% of the money spent in a large chain retailer leaves the area almost immediately. You can help to maintain the diversity of the Brixton high street and preventing it becoming just another ‘clone town’. The Brixton Pound can be used alongside the Pound Sterling at participating local independent shops. Check www.brixtonpound.org for a full list and how to get your Brixton Pounds.
Clapham Park's regular events
Clapham Park Neighbourhood Surgeries
6.30 - 7pm
1 – 4 Brixton Hill Place, SW2 1HJ
The surgeries are for residents to take up individual issues with officers from Clapham Park Homes and Clapham Park Project’s Wardens and include advice on housing management and maintenance.
Contact Call 020 8678 5900 or visit www.claphampark.org.uk
Ur Life Advice
40 New Park Road SW2 4UN
A new service brought to you by Clapham Park Project, with information and advice on employment, education, training and work experience. Their offices are open Mondays (5 – 8pm), Wednesdays (5 – 10pm) and Fridays (3- 6pm).
Phone Ricky or Samantha on 020 8683 9910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 50's Sopcial Club
11am - 12.30pm
Community Resource Centre, Hedlam Road, SW4
Community Development co-ordinate a weekly coffee morning where residents can meet their neighbours, socialise, make new friends and receive information about activities of interest.
Time Bank's Tea 'n' Chat
2:30 - 4.00pm
All Saints Church, 250 Lyham Road, London SW2 5NP
Pop in for a quick cuppa and learn about what is happening in your area. Find out about Time Bank and the benefits it can offer you.
Call 020 8671 4809 or email email@example.com
Walk and Talk
11.30am - 12.30pm
Starts at Clapham Park Time Bank, 22 New Park Road, London SW2
Get fit, take in your surroundings and enjoy the company of friends.
Call Time bank on 07973 327 516, 020 86714809 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Time bank and Clapham Park Reading Group
Various dates/times/venues in Clapham Park
Meet others and discuss books in an informal and non-judgmental atmosphere. All types of books and interests. Find a group to suit you. Free.
Call Funmi Olowe on 020 8671 4809
Lambeth Youth Council
The Youth Council is an award-winning project that allows young people to give their views on issues affecting them and their community. It also works as an aid for other organisations, creating opportunities for young people to get involved in other types of projects and provide them with useful training.
To find out more or to join the Youth Council phone 020 7926 2193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Clapham Park Homes Residents’ Panel
Clapham Park Homes invites you to join their key consultative body and directly influence its policies, strategies and budgets. The Residents’ Panel seeks to reflect the diversity of the community and provides the opportunity for residents to be recruited to the CPH Board.
Call Sandra Ferguson or Alexandra Frost on 020 8623 8933 or email Sandra.Ferguson@cphonline.co.uk or Alexandra.Frost@cph-online.co.uk
Over 55’s Luncheon clubs
Various locations across Lambeth
Lambeth council has teamed up with Age Concern to deliver new luncheon club places for people aged over 55 living in the borough. The events provide the perfect place to make friends, have a good time and find about other services in the area while enjoying a hot meal.
To get involved or to find out where you nearest club is call Age Concern Lambeth on 020 7733 0528 or visit www.ageuk.org.uk
Free Construction Training
Mace Sustain offers free building and employment skills training to anyone over 18, whether you're employed, un-employed or self-employed. The courses include information, advice and guidance, support with job search and CVs, work experience placements and Health & Safety training. The training leads to recognised qualifications such as NVQ's, ESOL (English for speakers of other languages), literacy and numeracy.
Call Gayle Manning on 07900 563 891 or email email@example.com
If you are interested in getting your event into the Community Events File, call 020 8623 9421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org