In Pory Hall, first floor above the shops on Lambeth Walk (ring the ground floor outside buzzer for access).
Last Friday's stabbing incident/anti-social behaviour at Lupino Court.
As you will know, last Friday there was a serious stabbing incident involving youths from the flats in Lupino Court.
Please come and meet other concerned residents, and talk to representatives from Peabody, Ethelred TMO and the local police, to discuss what needs to happen next.
We are extremely lucky that what happened did not lead to a murder. We need to make sure that this never happens. Come and tell your community representatives what you think needs to happen now, and find out how we can put an end to the anti-social behaviour at Lupino Court once and for all.
The following people will be there: Claudius Opadiran - Peabody Neighbourhood Manager Gudrun Burnet - Peabody Community Safety Team Leader Judith Ihonor - Peabody Community Safety Officer/ Community Safety Team Julie Fulgence - Ethelred TMO Estate Services Manager Patricia Bogues - Ethelred TMO Senior Housing officer Mark Harrison - Lambeth councillor for Prince's ward Police officers from Prince's ward Safer Neighbourhood Team
Two local parks popular with residents of SE11 have joined four others in Lambeth to be awarded the prestigious Green Flag award.
Vauxhall Park (South Lambeth Road) retained its Green Flag, and Archbishops Park (Lambeth Road) won a Green Flag for the first time.
The Green Flag Award recognises parks which manage to meet exacting national standards of safety, cleanliness and attractiveness.
Recognition for North Lambeth's parks is unlikely to end here. The Friends of Kennington Park are hopeful that they will achieve Green Flag status next year. And Vauxhall Spring Gardens has dramatic improvement works planned over the coming years, which should make it a strong contender for the award.