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Jedidah Onchere, Community Development Coordinator for Big Local Impact, writes: He breezed in like a whirlwind and made me the happiest community development worker of the day. The last time I saw him, he was aiming for the sky but according to him, he did not know how to relate to the wider society. I could not teach him that, but I got him a well renowned PR man to tea...

Lambeth providers to work together to maximise impact

Lambeth Council is under pressure to act on lack of meaningful provisions for young people. The council has finally realised that the best action is to get providers under the same roof and ask them some basic questions: What activities are you doing this summer? What is not being done this summer? How do you want us to help you so that you can do the ‘it’ that you a...

Young Lambeth Co-op future in question

Tony Parker, Director of Children and Young People's Commissioning and Improvement at Lambeth Council, has sent out a clear message. Young Lambeth Co-op (YLC) had achieved a lot within the last three or four years, providing services and commissioning services for young people in the borough. But he acknowledged that there were also gaps in provision which need to be filled ...

The Duchess of Cornwall visits Angell Town

Recently, The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles breezed through the Big Local area. She started at the St John’s Church, Angell Town met our Chair, Revd Rosemarie, Big Local Rep. the MP, councillor and other dignitaries and spoke with local groups working on the estate. She moved on to meet children in St John’s Primary where she helped paint a mural and opened a new l...