Cllr Jackie Meldrum with the Open House directory
This weekend, 12th & 13th May and next weekend, 19th & 20th May, provides a chance to meet many of our local artists as they open their doors and studios. It is your chance to see their work and maybe get a bargain or acquire a masterpiece!
The studios and homes are open from 11am to 6pm – just look out for the Artists Open House signs. Or check out the directory at: http://dulwichfestival.co.uk/artists-open-house/
Roseberys Auction House have a taster exhibition at 70 Knights Hill SE27 0JD if you are not sure where to start….
Labour councillors outside Lambeth Town Hall
Lambeth’s Labour party candidates won an unprecedented 4th term of office following their record breaking victory in 2014 . Labour won 57 of the 63 seats in the council elections on the 3rd May 2018.
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Help is on hand locally for anyone you know affected by the tighter rules on British citizenship for Commonwealth citizens.
The Black Cultural Archives , based in Windrush Square Brixton SW2 1EF, is organising a set of advice surgeries throughout the month of May on:
Wed 2 May 5pm-8pm
Sat 5 May, 10am-1pm
Wed 9 May 5pm-8pm
Sat 12 May, 10am-1pm
Wed 16 May 5pm-8pm
Sat 19 May, 10am-1pm
Wed 22 May 5pm-8pm
Sat 26 May, 10am-1pm
Wed 30 May 5pm-8pm
You can just turn up or book an appointment by phoning 020 3757 8500 or emailing email@example.com,uk
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Help shape the future of West Norwood by attending the Norwood Planning Assembly AGM and visioning event on Wednesday 25th April at 7pm at Portico Gallery 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS. For details see: https://www.norwoodplanning.org/
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Check out the Labour Party’s manifesto for Lambeth council elections on Thursday 3rd May at https://lambeth-labour-manifesto.org/
This manifesto has been drawn up with hundreds of local people to create a positive and ambitious vision for a better, fairer Lambeth that aims to improve the lives of all Lambeth residents.
It builds on Labour’s strong record over the last four years – including building the first new council homes in a generation, protecting our 23 fantastic children’s centres and paying every Lambeth employee at least the London Living Wage.
Labour promises are:
- Tackling Lambeth’s housing crisis – by completing our ambitious programme of 1,000 council homes and introducing a new private renters charter
- A cleaner and greener Lambeth – by keeping a full weekly bin collection, boosting recycling and improving air quality
- Delivering value for money – by keeping council tax one of the lowest in London
- A safer Lambeth – by tackling youth violence and fighting Tory police cuts
- A more equal Lambeth – by creating 1,500 apprenticeships and encouraging every Lambeth business to pay the London Living Wage
- Fighting against a Tory Hard Brexit – by campaigning to defend the rights of our EU friends and neighbours
Promoting the film festival at Feast
West Norwood free film festival is running from Saturday 14th April to Sunday 29th April with at least one free film a day in venues across West Norwood. The festival is run by volunteers. Check out the details at : http://www.freefilmfestivals.org/filmfestival/west-norwood/ or follow on twitter @WestNorwoodFFF
And if you make films why not enter the 48 Hour Film Challenge (WNFFF 48h) over the weekend 13th to 15th April . The competition is open to any team or individual – register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
The council has proposed ideas to improve our streets in all 3 West Norwood wards ( Gipsy Hill , Knights Hill & Thurlow Park) . To comment go on line to: https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/housing-and-regeneration/regeneration/our-streets-the-neighbourhood-enhancement-programme
Or come along to the Salvation Army Hall at 246 Norwood Road SE27 9AW on Saturday 24th March between 12noon and 3pm , or to Kingswood Primary School, 188 Gipsy Road SE27 9RD between 1pm and 4pm.
The ideas include: controlling traffic in Glennie & Broxholm Roads, traffic calming on Auckland Hill, road humps on Robson Road. Please suggest other projects too!
Deadline for comments is Friday 6th April.