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Oval Cricket ground regeneration proposals 

Big regeneration planned, incl. huge increase in seating capacity – just make sure you don’t want to walk, cycle or drive up Harleyford Road on cricket days … http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/property-news/buying/new-homes/50m-revamp-of-famous-oval-cricket-ground-puts-south-london-and-new-zone-2-homes-in-the-spotlight-a113441.html Advertisements

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Fundraising live music event at Wheatsheaf Hall 23 Sept

Join us at The Wheatsheaf Community Hall, Vauxhall on Saturday 23 September for an evening of live music, food and drink to raise money for the Kituo Cha Elimu Meserani (“KCEM”), an education centre in Tanzania.

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Weed killer Glyphosate – petition

Please sign: a petition to help prevent the EU from approving glyphosate for another 10 years — Monsanto’s infamous weedkiller chemical used in Roundup. We only need the governments of Germany, France and Italy to stand up to the agrochemical … Continue reading

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What’s on at our local libraries

Tate Library http://www.tatesouthlambethfriends.org/calendar/ Durning Library The GLC Story 1981-86 (18 September) and Reunion & Dark Pony, a theatre play by David Mamet (9 October)

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Peoples’ Audit – loss of council homes in Lambeth

https://twitter.com/PeoplesAudit/status/904967478547283968

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Petition against homelessness by 38Degrees

Sign the petition here: http://bit.ly/2xxuEKy Today the government’s been accused of fuelling a huge rise in homelessness. It’s splashed all over the news. A report from the government’s own spending watchdog says it’s because they’re refusing to increase the support they … Continue reading

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Nine Elms on the Southbank – events you may have missed

I’m sure you’re heartbroken if you missed out on the opportunity to pay £5 for a guided walk showing off the beauties of the Vauxhall Riverside that are St George Wharf and Vauxhall Tower all the way to Battersea Power … Continue reading

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