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Black Prince Community Trust

The Black Prince Trust (BPT) was established in 2011 when the London Borough of Lambeth designated a 2.5-acre site on the Old Lillian Baylis School as a Community Hub. Lambeth and the Trust had a common vision to offer first-class sports and education facilities to the local community and schools. Their goal is to achieve […]

Posted on: 19th February 2020

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Community Opportunities Information Network

The Community Information Network provide information about local opportunities in employment, education, leisure, arts, sports and volunteering. They meet with every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month between 11am and 1pm at Beale House in Stockwell. You can also phone any day on 020 3228 6820 for information or e-mail [email protected] Do you know […]

Posted on: 11th February 2020

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BeeUrban

Bee Urban is a social enterprise that aims to work with communities to improve the environment for the benefit of us all. They focus on responsible urban beekeeping, horticulture and community growing. It’s not just about bees, people are vital to Bee Urban. Community engagement and volunteering is also very important, providing opportunities to contribute […]

Posted on: 11th February 2020

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Crisis Support (SLaM)

Having a mental health crisis means different things to different people.  You might feel so distressed that you want to harm yourself, or someone else.  You might hear unpleasant voices, or feel that people are watching you or trying to hurt you.  It could help to tell someone you trust, maybe a family member or a friend.  They can […]

Posted on: 6th February 2020

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Mind: Bereavement Support

Most of us will, at some time or another, experience bereavement.  Different studies describe the stages of the grief cycle in slightly different ways, but the most common stages are: Denial – feelings of shock, disbelief, panic or confusion are common here. “How could this happen?”, “It can’t be true”. Anger – blaming yourself, blaming […]

Posted on: 4th February 2020

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Tulse Hill Community Advice Centre

The Advice Centre offers free, face-to-face, non-judgmental advice for debts and benefits at confidential meetings.  Staff will also help you to access other services if needed.

Posted on: 4th February 2020

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Blackfriars Settlement Legal Advice Clinic

This organisation has partnered with a local law firm to provide free legal advice for three areas of law: Contract disputes Employment Housing Advice is given every Wednesday evening by appointment only. The clinic is supported by student volunteers from City Law School. A volunteer will phone you on the Monday before your appointment to […]

Posted on: 3rd December 2019

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Lambeth Single Point of Access

The Lambeth Single Point of Access (SPA) helps adults aged 18 to 65 years to get the right mental health support first time.  People can contact them direct if they are worried about their mental health and need more support than their GP can provide. They have a team of mental health professionals, support workers […]

Posted on: 31st October 2019

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Maternal OCD

Maternal OCD is a charity co-founded by two mothers who have experienced and recovered from extreme perinatal obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). It is a debilitating anxiety disorder which is treatable.  There is information on the website about this issue and there are links to other relevant services. Maternal OCD aims are to: 1. Raise awareness […]

Posted on: 17th October 2019

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Archbishops Park Gardening Club

A friendly gardening group in Archbishop’s Park (near Lambeth Palace) has been improving the physical and mental health of Lambeth and Southwark residents since 2010.   Members meet on a Friday and work with the gardeners to help maintain the park as a natural haven for the people of London. There are some beautifully planted […]

Posted on: 17th October 2019

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