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Stephen Lawrence Trust losing money

Stephen Lawrence Trust losing money

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust is in need of donations, which have declined in recent years, along with a reduction of support from public bodies.…

Telegraph Hill to get a free school in 2013

Telegraph Hill to get a free school in 2013

A new free school for children aged 4 to 11 plans to open doors in Telegraph Hill. The Hatcham Temple Grove Free School will be located at the existing Hatcham College in September 2013.…

Lawrence centre: fight for social justice goes on

Lawrence centre: fight for social justice goes on

Although the murderers of Stephen Lawrence were sentenced on Wednesday, wider issues of social justice in the south London community still need to be addressed, the Deptford centre named in the teenager’s honour have said today. The Stephen Lawrence Centre was opened in Deptford,  in 2008 to continue the legacy…

Last chance for primary school registration

Last chance for primary school registration

The deadline for primary school applications for admission in 2012-13 is Sunday 15 January, Lewisham Council have said.…

Home Run for community art project

Home Run for community art project

Miniature paper sculptures of houses have been flooding to the Hill Station cafe on Telegraph Hill, as part of a local charity, Bold Vision’s, latest venture, The Mixer Home Run.…

Open Christmas and Boxing Day: Lewisham

Open Christmas and Boxing Day: Lewisham

Whether you need medical care, have forgotten a trimming to the Christmas dinner or feel like a festive tipple at a local pub, here are a few of the services that will be operating on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.…

Day of action targets Christmas burglary

Day of action targets Christmas burglary

Police officers across south London have arrested 28 people in a ‘day of action’, as part of a crackdown on burglary.…

Nursing home of 20 years set to close in New Year

Nursing home of 20 years set to close in New Year

A nursing home that has cared for older people in Lewisham for 20 years will close in the new year, it has been announced.…

Local street tagger jailed after graffiti spree

Local street tagger jailed after graffiti spree

A Lewisham man has been sentenced to 21 months in prison after admitting a £69,000 spree of criminal damage that involved spraying graffiti on trains, railway bridges and ‘tagging’ Nelson’s column during last year’s student protests.…

New NHS website tells patients about GPs

New NHS website tells patients about GPs

Lewisham patients can now access GP information through a new website launched by the NHS.…