Lambeth Council has advised us that a temporary closure of Norwood Road is necessary at the Tulse Hill railway bridge to enable drainage investigation works to be undertaken. Note, this is not the railway bridge on the South Circular, but the one on Norwood Road between Leigham Vale and Avenue Park Road.
To mark Refugee Week 2022 from 20 June 2022, Lambeth Council has announced plans to become a Borough of Sanctuary as part of its commitment to being welcoming, inclusive and compassionate towards those seeking sanctuary.
Covid infections in the UK are up by more than 40%, the latest weekly Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures suggest.
Around 1.4m people in the UK had coronavirus in the week ending 11 June, up from around 990,000 the week before.
Just like us, trees need water and in hot weather even more is needed to keep them hydrated. That’s why Lambeth Council is asking residents to water street trees twice a week with a jug of water or more if possible. Recycled water can be used from the bath, washing up or rain barrel. Let’s give something back to the trees that provide us with the air we breathe and the pollution they absorb to prevent us from breathing it in.