Anyone aged 18+ who still hasn’t had their first or second doses of the jab yet should visit one of many walk-in clinics in various locations, including pharmacies across the borough. Test kits can also be collected from the same locations.
Also, look out for the Lambeth Health and Wellbeing bus offering the vaccine and test kits to anyone aged 40+.
Lambeth children set for summer of food and fun
The Summer of Food and Fun 2021 will be delivered in over 80 hubs across the borough with free activities and healthy meals available from July 26 to August 27.By investing over £1 million the council aims to provide 60,000 sessions of fun activities including sports, nature walks, yoga, dance, board games, self-defence, cooking, gardening, visual and performing arts and more.
Recruiting community workers
The Ecosystem Coldharbour Consortium works on a range of projects including addressing the root causes of violence in Brixton and the Angell Town, Moorlands and Loughborough Estates and they are looking for seven new recruits to fill their community consultant posts.
Lambeth's digital strategy is announced
To support residents and businesses to get online the council is investing £17 million as part of Lambeth's Digital Strategy, and commitment to make sure all households and businesses have access to digital services. The strategy will focus on providing digital skills training, employment opportunities and tech infrastructure across the borough.
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Lambeth’s Council Tax Support Scheme
We want to hear your views on our proposals to change Lambeth’s Council Tax Support Scheme for working-age residents. Share your thoughts via the online survey, which is open until 30 September.