The Lambeth GP Food Co-op is an inclusive and open project for people registered with any one of the 45 GP practices in Lambeth.
If you would like to get involved in the gardening activity, make contact with your GP or the Practice Manager at the GP practice you’re registered with.
You may also turn up at any of the gardening sessions – details are available by clicking on the relevant practice in the Our GP garden communities section of this website.
Additionally, your GP may prescribe you to the gardening.
You can attend a weekly 2-hour session, normally in the middle of the day, that is supervised, often by a health professional such as a practice nurse, who will be experienced gardeners themselves.
Free Gardener Training – now recruiting for January 2020
Students are able to begin award (1 term), certificate (2 term), and full diploma (3 terms) certification in QCF accredited Level 2 Work Based Horticulture in January 2020. They will be running the same course twice a week, so it can be taken either during the day (1 day per week), or evenings (two evenings per week). It is both practical and theoretical, is open to all, and is held on site here on Manor Place, very close to Kennington tube station. To register interest please complete the form on this page, which will help determine if you are eligible for a free/funded place: https://walworthgarden.org.uk/qcf-gardener-training
Dulwich Picture Gallery offers three strands of short and long term programmes for both groups and individuals. The focus is on providing a variety of art-based activities for older adults who may be socially isolated, who have lived experience of dementia and/or are experiencing mental health issues.
All activities take place at the Gallery or in community settings.
Time4Lambeth is our Timebanking outreach project specifically focusing on Lambeth.
Interested in Timebanking in Lambeth? If so then Time4Lambeth is for you!
We are working to develop and grow Timebanking in Lambeth, through developing a network of hubs, so that more people can enjoy the benefits of Timebanking.
Ruskin Park Community Garden is a source of education and enthusiasm for growing vegetables.
At our weekly dig days people can learn how to grow veg by doing.
Anyone is welcome to come along we harvest the veg that is ready and share it among ourselves.
Every day thousands of acts of neighbourliness take place on our Lambeth streets, on our estates/blocks and in our buildings. Living in an area with good neighbours makes us feel safer, provides a local support system and increase our wellbeing.
From saying hello when you bump into each other on the street, to being respectful of the noise levels in your home so they don’t disturb your neighbours, it’s the little things that count. Being neighbourly makes a positive contribution to how we feel about where we live and for this reason the ‘Love Your Neighbour’ campaign aims to celebrate neighbourliness that takes place in all parts of the borough and to encourage more neighbourly acts to happen.
Lambeth Age UK supports older people in Lambeth.
Looking for support but not sure where to go?
Feel like things are getting too much but don’t know where to turn?
We can help!
In partnership with its stakeholders, the Black Prince Trust co-ordinates a series of sessions and programmes for the community:
Free sports sessions for everyone: basketball, football, athletics and boxing sessions for everyone from age 8 to age 80.
Fight 4 Change: an initiative which provides boxing, martial arts and fitness training to support, mentor and progress marginalised young people and those at risk of offending in deprived communities.
Magic Bus Explorer Primary School Programme: PE lessons for 400 pupils in two local primary schools. Nearly half of them are eligible for free school meals.
The Loughborough Farm is a community network of growing spaces around Loughborough Junction on pieces of land that are currently derelict or underused.
Loughborough Farm is open Tuesdays from 1-3pm and Saturdays from 1-3pm. Check out our event postings page or our noticeboard outside the gates. Alternatively you can join our Loughborough Farm mailing list to receive regular updates on what is happening at Loughborough Farm. Email email@example.com.
You will get the opportunity to learn new skills, free training sessions, a proportion of food grown, the opportunity to meet other local people and benefit your local community.
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Find lots of events and activities online by visiting MYsocial's website.
MYsocial was set up by Age UK Lambeth to help people discover friendships, connect with their community, and do things that make them happy.
We run over 60 events a month from regular classes like Zumba and yoga to cultural trips like gallery exhibitions, jazz clubs and exciting events like parties and even a trip to an adult ball pit. Every event is hosted so guests arrive to see a friendly face.
Mosaic Clubhouse in partnership with Morley College will be running an INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE
What will you learn?
You will be introduced to the key computer skills including email, web search and basic Microsoft programmes (Word and Excel). You will be able to gain a City and Guilds Functional ICT qualification as part of the course.
Dates and Times
Assessment session: Wednesday, 24 April, 11.00-13.00
Course dates: Wednesday, 1 May – 10 July (half-term 29 May), 11.00-13.00
Location: Mosaic Clubhouse, 65 Effra Road, SW2 1BZ
To book a place and for more information: Please speak to Sinead or call 020 7924 9657
Stuck indoors? Feeling a bit low? Want to get out and enjoy nature? Like to grow some vegetables, harvest and cook them?
From March until October, you can come and try a spot of gentle gardening with Cathy and Cat at Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses on Friday mornings and enjoy a home cooked lunch. Feel free to bring along a friend or relative with you for support.