Twist is a new monthly pop-up market on Station Rise by Tulse Hill station. Thursday was the first event and it was a great success!
Organised by Tree Shepherd, Twist is an opportunity for local business owners to trade at affordable prices. Tree Shepherd offer enterprise training to help first time startups and jobless people become self-employed and Twist as an opportunity for them to test and showcase their skills and businesses.
We were at Twist talking to commuters about Streetworks – asking for priorities and ideas on how we can work together to improve Norwood Road and the one way system by Tulse Hill station.
Streetworks will have a stall every month so please come and share your ideas.
Pictures from the Hexham Road funday last weekend (only their SECOND brilliant street party of the summer)
Max, Anna & Fred were joined by former Thurlow Park Cllr Ann Kingsbury, and Dulwich & West Norwood parliamentary candidate Helen Hayes as we all enjoyed the All Saints Church autumn fair. It was lovely to see all the various stalls and talk with local residents about what was happening in their area.
Max getting stuck in at the Robson Road residents’ association freshview day
Here is Anna enjoying the wet weather during the Birkbeck triangle freshview day while Max stands back to look at his flower planting handiwork. Great fun!
On Sunday 01 June 2014 Friends of Brockwell Park held their Annual Tree Celebration. Every year people pay to have trees planted to remember loved ones, celebrate family or in thanks of people’s service to the local community other events. Former Thurlow Park Cllr, Ann Kingsbury was given such an honour.
Labour candidates Anna, Fred and Max are honoured and privileged to have been elected to Lambeth Council. We are humbled and will work hard to support residents, their concerns and continue the excellent work of former councillor Ann Kingsbury who has worked tirelessly for the people of Thurlow Park ward.
Thurlow Park ward Labour candidates (Max, Anna and Fred) have been working with residents of the Deronda Triangle Area Residents’ Association to support their work as they call upon the Mayor and Council to reduce the controlled parking hours from 10 hours (08:30 – 18:30) to 2 hours a day. Alongside residents we have been collecting signatures and making residents aware of the petition.
Parking is one of the many traffic related issues we hear about on the doorstep as we talk to residents. Since 2010 Labour have made a unprecedented capital investment in upgrading and improving Lambeth’s highways. Over 140 roads and pavements have beneffited from almost £50m worth of works. We will go further in the next four years and have committed to tackling pot holes and cracked and uneven pavments along more than 130 miles of roads and pavements.