Loughborough Junction Masterplan consultation

Loughborough Junction Masterplan consultation

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Starting in Autumn 2016, Project Oracle, in collaboration with MOPAC, are offering a programme of free evaluation support to organisations working to reduce youth reoffending, or help young people to exit gangs.

What is the Youth Justice Cohort?

Successful applicants will be members of the Youth Justice Cohort. They will be supported to use the newly created MOPAC Outcomes Framework which recommends tools for measuring the progress young people make in key outcomes, related to reducing crime. They will also receive free training sessions and invitations to exclusive events throughout the year. The programme is designed to empower members by improving their ability to evaluate programmes in line with the framework and share ideas about effective evaluation.

A select group of 10 – 15 organisations will also receive bespoke one-to-one support to improve their evaluation capacity over the course of a year. This can include:

  • Creating a Theory of Change
  • Designing an evaluation plan
  • Support to analyse data and report on results
  • Validation at Project Oracle Standards 1,2 or 3.
  • A research placement to support an evaluation over several months

To find out more, please visit our website: http://project-oracle.com/news-and-events/cohort-apply-now/

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Improving planned orthopaedic care – an event for Lambeth people

Improving planned orthopaedic care – an event for Lambeth people

The NHS in south east London is trying to improve services for non-emergency patients who have their orthopaedic care (eg hip and kneed replacements) planned in advance.
We are considering changes that might require a formal public consultation.

To inform this we want to speak to specific groups of people – those who are most likely to need orthopaedic care and who could be affected by any changes we might make. We’d like to talk about the changes we are considering – whether there is anything missing, and our approach to consultation. We want to make sure that we do the best we can to get views in so that any future consultation will run well.

This event is for you if you –

  • live in Lambeth and are
  • an older person
  • a disabled person or
  • a carer 

We’d like to hear from you too if you have had or think you might need a hip or knee replacement because of problems you are currently facing with your joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles or nerves. We want to improve services for people who have this type of care, planned in advance. Community organisations working directly with these groups in Lambeth are also warmly welcome.

We will explain our ideas and plans at the event, but if you would like to find out more before coming, you can visit the Our healthier South-east London website

Light refreshments will be provided.
Please register for this event here

If you have any queries please phone 020 3049 4444 and ask to speak with a member of NHS Lambeth CCG admin team.

With best wishes and we look forward to seeing you on 30th September.

Catherine Flynn
Engagement and Equalities Manager, NHS Lambeth CCG

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Corn Dollies and Chutney Making

Corn Dollies and Chutney Making

Saturday 24th September 1-5pm Corn Dollies and Chutney Making

Help us to chop up our harvest to make chutney. Bring any spare fruit or vegetables to add to the pot and take a jar of chutney home with you (bring a jar too). Make a corn dolly while you’re waiting. Plenty of space to play around. Tea, coffee and home made cake. A free event for adults, families and accompanied children.

Donations welcome.

For more info, visit our website: http://mothergoosegarden.co.uk


Mother Goose Wildlife Garden
65 Greendale
Greendale Fields
Off Wanley Road
SE5 8JZ (Sat Nav postcode: SE5 8AT)

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Southwark’s annual Wonder Day will take place on Saturday 17 September, in time to celebrate Recycle Week (12 – 18 September).

Southwark’s annual Wonder Day will take place on Saturday 17 September, Saturday 17 September, 10am to 4pm –  in time to celebrate Recycle Week (12 – 18 September).

On the day there will be tours of the facility so residents can learn first-hand how their recyclables and black bag waste are turned into new green products and energy. There will also be a host of interactive exhibits, games and fun to entertain the whole family:

Come see wild birds up close, and find out how some help out on site
Meet ‘R3cycle’ our friendly remote controlled robot made from old recycling bins who loves entertaining children
Explore the big machines that work on site and learn what they do
Discover the origins of materials, the recycling lifecycle, and play on a mini version of the facility at our Recycling Discovery Centre.

Alongside all this there will be the junk orchestra, arts and crafts and lots of free refreshments!

Coordinator of the event and education and outreach officer Sharon Elis said, ‘It’s going to be a fantastic, fun, and busy event with lots going on for families and the local community to enjoy and celebrate. This year is extra special because it’s Recycle Week and we will be promoting sustainability, as well as offering practical help and advice for those who want to do their best for the environment. Visitors can also get involved in quizzes, play games and win some great prizes to help raise money for FoodCycle.’

Councillor Ian  Wingfield, cabinet member for environment and public realm said: ‘I would highly recommend a visit to the site for a chance to see the modern cutting edge technology behind recycling. It’s a wonderfully quirky day out for the family but also really educational too.’

What residents said about last year’s event:

Anna Fairclough (SE7), ‘The kids look forward to coming every year! This is our second visit and it’s even better.’

David Warwick (SE23), ‘The whole visitor experience was very well thought through and well organised, very impressed.’

For more information regarding tour rules and things to do on the day click here.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Veolia Southwark

t: +44 (0)20 3567 2600

Southwark Integrated Waste Management Facility, 43 Devon Street, London. SE15 1AL


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In aid of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers

Saturday 17th September 2016 at 7.30 pm.
Copleston Centre, Copleston Road, SE15 4AN

Carlton String Quartet
Jay Bevan – clarinet
Frances Barrett – viola
Paul Harvey – ‘cello
David Brooker – piano

Mozart (Clarinet Quintet K581)
and others
Tickets £6 on the door.

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Camberwell Market launches this Sunday 4th September

Camberwell Market launches this Sunday 4th September and will run every weekend 10am-4pm on Camberwell Green!

We have an awesome line-up of traders you can expect over the coming weeks including:

RAINBO The best gyoza this side of Tokyo
RETURN OF THE MAC Macaroni cheese, but not as you know it
KAKI LIMA Two sisters bringing Indonesian street-food to London
POMODORO E BASILICO Homemade vegan burgers
JAMAICAN CHEF Caribbean inspired hot and cold food
NAS EXOTIC FOODS African and West Indian fresh fruit and veg

CARDS4LIFE Bespoke gifts and greeting cards
MADE BY RANDI Painted door mats, hand made clothes, canvases
KEITH GRETTON Ceramics, paintings, prints, drawings
EMILY ATWOOL JONES Rescued and restored household and garden furniture
We’re also very excited for our bespoke Pale Ale which you will find along with ice-cold cocktails at the drinks tent!

CAMBERWELL MARKET has been the “Passion-Project” of two  locals with the ultimate goal of establishing a new hub for the community. That can only happen with your support!

For more info, follow us on social media or email market@willherman.co.uk 

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Southwark Tenant Conference 2016

Southwark Tenant Conference 2016

Southwark Tenant Conference 2016

This year’s conference will be held between 9am – 5pm on Saturday 15th October 2016 and take place at the William Booth College, Champion Park, London SE5 8BG.

I attach a copy of the programme.

The conference has run for the last seventeen years. It provides residents who live in Southwark council managed properties with an opportunity to meet their peers, council officers, councillors, to discuss and debate key issues affecting their homes.

The theme for this year’s event is the housing crisis in London.

The event programme will include the following:

o             Guest speaker – James Murray – Deputy Mayor of London for Housing and Residential Development

o             Workshops on the following topics: youth Involvement, regeneration, Universal Credit and South London Cares

o             Question Time Debate

o             A ‘market place’ with stalls. Representatives from the council contractors and other service providers will be available in this area

o             Entertainment provided by the Recycled Teenagers dance group.

o             Lunch and raffle

I have enclosed a registration form, please copy this and distribute it to your members. To book a free place, these should be completed and returned in an envelope marked with the following: SGTO Freepost, 19 Buller Close, Peckham, London SE15 6UJ. It can also be scanned and returned to resident.involvement@ southwark.gov.uk

Registration Form available HERE.

If you would like further information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Regards Louis

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Camberwell Arts Trustee Call Out

Camberwell Arts Trustee Call Out

Camberwell Arts Trustee Call Out
Camberwell Arts is looking for new Volunteer Management Committee Members to help us take the annual festival into its 23rd Year.

We are looking for enthusiastic trustees that can help steer our vision for the coming period, and can contribute to the delivery the legal obligations of the organization, and make up the organising committee.

Unlike many trusteeship roles, we are looking for hands on individuals willing to lend their time to help promote, plan and deliver the annual festival in addition to providing governance and strategic development.

More information available on the link bellow:


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Southwark Newsletter Summer 2016

Southwark Newsletter Summer 2016

Hello Friends of Parks Groups, Stakeholders & other interested parties,

Please find attached Quadron’s Southwark Summer 2016 Newsletter.


Kind regards,

Simon Short
Technical Support Officer
Parks & Leisure
Southwark Council
3rd Floor, Hub 2
160 Tooley Street

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Full-time vacancy for a Direct Payments Worker

Full-time vacancy for a Direct Payments Worker

12 Sep deadline: full-time vacancy for a Direct Payments Worker

DASL (Disability Advice Service Lambeth) is commissioned by Lambeth Council to provide the Direct Payments Support Service for the borough – 
see http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk/dasl/payments/ for more information about the work we do.

We have a full-time vacancy for a Direct Payments Worker which we wish to fill as soon as possible.

I attach a copy of the advert: Link: Advert and pdf attached below

The application pack is available via the DASL website at http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk/jobs/direct-payments-worker-full-time/

Closing date is Monday 12th September.

Please help us by circulating the advert and drawing it to the attention of anyone who may be interested.

Many thanks



David Strong 
Disability Advice Service Lambeth
‘We are 336’ (the new name for the Lambeth Accord Centre)
336 Brixton Road 
London SW9 7AA 
Tel : 020 7642 0040 
Mobile: 07432714680
Fax: 020 7924 9621 
Email : david.strong@disabilitylambeth.org.uk
DASL website: www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk
You can donate to DASL or fundraise for us on-line by visiting our Just Giving site at www.justgiving.com/dasl
“Donate to The London Stroke Choir Crowdfunder”
Charity No. 1087399. A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales No. 4214688

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Camberwell Community Council Meeting

Camberwell Community Council Meeting 

Next meeting of Camberwell Community Council, Wednesday 21 September 2016.

Information about Camberwell Community Council
Camberwell Community Council is made up of members of the following electoral wards: Brunswick Park, Camberwell Green and South Camberwell wards.

Role and functions

1.  To promote the involvement of local people in the democratic process and to bring decision making closer to local people.

2.  To take decisions about local matters.  At present community councils have delegated authority in the following key areas: the neighbourhoods fund, cleaner, greener, safer capital programmes, traffic management and community project banks.

3.  To act as a formal consultation mechanism on council wide policies and strategies.

4.  To be a focal point for discussion and consultation on matters that affects the area.

Browse meetings:


Camberwell Community Council Newsletters, August:


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