News Archive - October 2017
Camberwell’s beautifully renovated Green saw the ceremonial raising of its brand new Green Flag on 24 October.
Two new heraldic stone plaques were unveiled in King George’s Fields, Rotherhithe, by the former Mayor for Southwark, Cllr Kath Whittam, on 19 October.
Local families came to celebrate the opening of the council’s quarter of a million pound redevelopment of Brunswick Park’s play area on Saturday 21 October.
Southwark Council’s air quality team supported Charlotte Sharman Primary School, in Kennington, to host an air quality audit, organised through the Greater London Authority (GLA) on 11 October.
Southwark Council’s Local History Library is airing a fabulous public health film that hasn’t been seen since the 1930s.
With parliament’s debate on Universal Credit bringing the issues of rolling out the biggest ever change to the benefits system to the fore, Southwark Council is today set to launch the first ever in-depth report into its impact on tenants.
One of Peckham’s great buildings, the multi-storey car park in Rye Lane, is set to continue as a creative and cultural centre for the long term, as Southwark Council has worked with local groups to agree its future.
Three projects, including Southwark Council’s trailblazer pilot, made it to the final to share a prize of £60,000 for their projects.
Southwark Smart Savers is entering its fourth year and has so far helped more than 1000 children across the borough start saving.