Thornton’s councillors have urged local residents to get involved in a council event to improve our community.
Following the many offers of help that the Council has received after the recent public disorder, we would like to get everyone together at a drop in session on Wednesday 17 August between 6 to 8pm at the Town Hall.
Come along to find out how you can help to support activities in your local community: for example by helping out at a local project for a few hours a week, signing up as a mentor or befriending an elderly neighbour.
There will be a chance to speak with others and discuss local concerns. The community in Lambeth is strong and resilient and by working together we can make a real lasting difference to life in the borough.
Cllr Ed Davie said: ‘The vast majority of people in Lambeth are hard-working, law-abiding and want their community to be a better place and we saw that spirit in the wake of the disturbances when so many volunteered to help clear up. We want to keep up the momentum and use that energy to get more people involved in community activity.’
Wednesday 17 August 2011
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Venue: Assembly Hall, Lambeth Town Hall
Hope to see you there.