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Lambeth Streetcare call centre deal with a large number of issues including: abandoned vehicles: graffiti removal; litter and dumped rubbish; bulky refuse collections; recycling; road and pavement repairs; street lighting; parking enquiries, parks.
9am – 5pm (Monday to Friday) 020 7926 6111 10pm – 3am (Every day) 020 7926 5999
Admissions 020 7926 9503
Lambeth College 020 7501 5000/5600
Career development and student loans 020 7926 9474
Archbishop Sumner Primary School 020 7735 2781
Ashmole Primary School 020 7735 2419
Herbert Morrison Primary School 020 7720 3439
Henry Fawcett Primary School 020 7735 2764
Lillian Baylis Technology College 020 7091 9500
St Mark’s C of E Primary School 020 7735 1467
Vauxhall Primary School 020 7735 4535
Walnut Tree Walk Primary School 020 7735 1402
Wyvil Primary School 020 7622 1164
Childcare providers 0845 601 5317
(all calls for local housing offices go through the Lambeth Service Centre)
Housing repairs 020 7926 6666
Leaseholders 020 7926 6700
Vulnerable tenants 020 7926 6270
North Lambeth area housing office: 91 Kennington Lane
Ethelred Estate: Ethelred Tenant Management Organisation: 020 7926 8361 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Kennington Park Estate: Hyde Southbank Homes 020 7346 6595 / email@example.com
Cottington Close Estate: Cottington Close Tenant Management Co-operative: 020 7926 8105
Durning Library 020 7926 8682
South Lambeth Library 020 7926 0705
Write to all councillors at: Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1RW.
Diana Braithwaite 020 7582 5798 / 07985 735896 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Gavin Dodsworth 020 7848 1606 / email@example.com
Peter Truesdale 020 7582 5798 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorna Campbell 07946 217584 / email@example.com
Stephen Morgan 07985 735849 / 020 7820 6664 / firstname.lastname@example.org
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA 020 7219 5989 / email@example.com
City Hall, The Queens Walk, London, SE1 2AA 020 7983 4401 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Nine MEPs from five parties represent the whole of London. You can contact any of them.
Emergencies - 999
Police non-emergencies - 0300 123 1212
Bishops Safer Neighbourhoods Team 10 York Road / 020 8721 2731 / 07766 990790 / email@example.com
Prince's Safer Neighbourhoods Team Kennington Police Station / 020 7321 7570 / 07920 233835 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Oval Safer Neighbourhoods Team Frank O'Neil House, Clapham Road / 020 8721 2761 / 07747 790001 / email@example.com
Ambulance non-emergencies 020 7887 6678
Fire non-emergencies 020 8555 1200 ext 57973
Gas emergencies 0800 111 9999
Thames Water 0800 032 5202
Reporting a leak 0845 9200 800
Benefits (including Housing and Council Tax) 020 7649 9311
Citizens Advice Bureau 020 8715 0707
Lambeth Law Centre 020 7737 9781
Waterloo Action Centre 020 7261 1404
Transport for London 020 7222 1234
Train information 08457 484950
Find a local GP 0800 587 8078
Out of Hours GP 020 8693 9066
Hurley Clinic, Kennington Lane 020 7735 7918
Vauxhall Surgery, Jonathan Street 020 7735 1971
Lambeth Walk Group Practice 020 7735 4412
Find a local Dentist 0800 587 0878/020 7716 7085
Out of Hours Dental 020 8299 5509
NHS Direct (non-emergencies) 0845 46 47
Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals 020 7188 7188
020 7793 0268 / KenningtonAssociation@gmail.com
The Kennington Association (KA) is a charitable organisation created to facilitate co-operation, communication, recreation and a conduit for lending a helping hand in the neighbourhood. All work is done by volunteers, and all money raised is spent for the benefit of Kennington, with a minimum reserved for assets and expenses. Anyone who lives or works in Kennington may join.
165 Tyers Street, London, SE11 5HS / 020 7582 4204
Vauxhall City Farm started out in 1977 with local people working voluntarily to transform derelict land into an oasis of country life in the heart of London. The farm continues to rely on volunteers and the support of friends. Entrance is free to the farm, however donations are welcome! The farm attracts people from all around to visit animals that live so near to Big Ben and are at home in the hustle and bustle of inner London.
Walnut Tree Walk, London, SE11 6DN / 020 7587 1131
Roots and Shoots provides vocational training for young people from the inner city, and aims to give them the skills and self-confidence that will equip them for work. Alongside this training they involve local schools and the wider community by establishing the site as an important green space for urban biodiversity.
Old Lillian Baylis School, Lollard Street / 020 7202 6948 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The old building that housed Lillian Baylis School has been transformed by the Sports Action Zone, who have created thriving sports facilities that the community is benefiting from.
020 7820 0555
A community organisation focusing on the area adjacent to the river Thames in Prince's ward. The group setup the community office at 20 Newburn Street.
Representing residents of the Vauxhall Gardens Estate (most of the Lambeth Council-run housing between Kennington Lane and Black Prince Road).
Representing residents of Whitgift House, Gabriel House, and Eustace House.
Aveline Street, SE11 5DQ / 020 7735 1519
Alford House is a historic youth club with extensive facilities, located close to Kennington Lane on the Vauxhall Gardens Estate.
The Anglican and Methodist churches in the area - St Anselm's Kennington, St Peter's Vauxhall, Lambeth Mission & St Mary's (Lambeth Road), and Vauxhall Mission (Worgan Street).
The Museum houses a permanent collection of objects relating to the history of pharmaceuticals, as well have regular special events that residents are always welcome to attend.
Housed in the historic St Mary's Parish Church, next to Lambeth Palace, the museum is dedicated to the history of gardens, and contains a shop and vegetarian cafe.
The cafe is a cooperative where a different cook creates affordable vegetarian meals every lunch and dinner time.
Report, view, or discuss local problems
The goal of Lambeth Freegive is to reduce waste by connecting people in the London borough of Lambeth who are giving and getting unwanted items for free in their own towns. It's all about reuse, recycle and keeping good stuff out of streets and landfills. Whether you're looking to discard or acquire an item, Lambeth Freegive is the place to do it.
A blog about life, events and locations in postcode SE11 covering Kennington, Oval and Vauxhall in South East London.
About getting more people riding bikes more often in Kennington, Lambeth.
The home on the Internet for Viva Vauxhall residents’ association.
The Onion Shed , with it's home on Project Dirt website, is there to play it's part to help make north Lambeth a place where a high quality of life can be enjoyed within a fair share of the earth’s resources.
A local, nay parochial, blog for Tradescant Road, South Lambeth and environs.
St Anne's Settlements, Vauxhall Grove, London SW8
3 rooms including a large hall accommodating 100, kitchen and accessible toilets. Please contact 07930 984 353 for availability and hire costs.
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