Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library are holding our annual book sale on Saturday July 29th (10am-4pm) Prices are modest – £1 for hardbacks, 50p for paperbacks, 40p for children’s books (with three for £1) All proceeds will be used … Continue reading →
Saturday July 22nd is the date of the next quarterly library forum at Tate South Lambeth Library – your chance to monitor and question our library’s performance, plans and policies, at a public get-together of library managers (the head of … Continue reading →
Wednesday July 12th 7pm (doors open at 6.30) Public parks – like public libraries – are vulnerable to reductions, even cut-off, in local government funding. So local people are concerned about the future of two neighbourhood parks – Vauxhall and … Continue reading →
Monday 17 July, 6.45 for 7.15pm Socialist, educational reformer, runaway! Talk by author Jocelyn Robson on an Edwardian South Londoner who staged her own death. Jocelyn Robson traces the life story of Grace Oakeshott through the reform movements of the … Continue reading →
The church of St George the Martyr in Borough High Street has received grants totalling £12,000 from the National Churches Trust for repairs to the grade II* listed building and the launch of a new social action project.