Stop press! Our new 2018 Bling Ya Bike project will be starting on Sunday 25 February, 2-5pm at Brixton Community Base. The project is for 13-18 yr-olds from the Brixton/Lambeth area. Over 6 sessions participants will learn bike maintenance and also have the opportunity to ‘bling’ their bike.This is a free project but as spaces are limited we encourage anyone interested to complete the registration form and return to me asap. Participants under 15 yrs will require parental consent.For more information or to return completed registration forms please contact Jane at email@example.com
Also at BCB Talma Road SW2 1AS a Round Table on Refugees Round Table event Tuesday 20th Feb 7-9pm
RSVP: Alan Gadd – firstname.lastname@example.org – 07889 221 847
Come and share in a multi-faith dialogue on refugee issues.
Today sees a Swap sale at Brixton Pound Cafe, you may have seen their makeover. Local people have volunteered to make the cafe even more welcoming.
A recent Age UK funded event allowed us to drink herbal teas sew, darn, customise and decorate.
Also there was, recently a showing of ‘Demain’ about climate change. Something for everyone.
Local people are standing as Trustees for Brixton Green Somerleyton Trust. Despite what you and some Lambeth Councillors may think. Cooperative Housing scheme work. See 40 years of Brixton Housing Coop. At a recent community involvement meeting Brixton Green members explained the trust policy and principles.
Job and training coming up see attached links Brixton Neighbourhood Forum next AGM at The Dept. Store Ferndale Road Feb. 27th.
Training for for unemployed 18-25 year-olds. There is an initial 6-week programme to develop team-working and personal skills, while gaining practical experience. This is followed up by 1:1 mentoring to help participants achieve their goals. If you know a young person who could benefit from New Shoots, contact email@example.com
and Sleepless in Brixton is pursuing how to get London Mayoral involvement in Night time economy plans which are detrimental to local residents. The GLA currently has a Night Time Commission which is consulting until 20 February. This is not consultation which is open to individual residents, but a residents’ organisation such as Sleepless Brixton can make submissions, and Amy indicated that it would be very helpful for you to do so. The consultation can be found here and responses sent to firstname.lastname@example.org : https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/arts-and-culture/mayors-cultural-vision/london-night-time-commission/night-time-commission-consultation
Individual residents can comment here: https://www.london.gov.uk/talk-london/arts-culture/londons-night-time-economy
3. The London Plan consultation is also currently open, and Amy again indicated that it would be very helpful to have representations from residents on aspects of the London Plan that relate to the night time economy. The details are here https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/planning/london-plan/new-london-plan/how-comment-draft-london-plan