Every week millions of pairs of ladies tights are put in the bottom drawer or the bin and the art collective, Akleriah, will be exploring these recycling issues.
Lewisham has celebrated the achievement of over 50 apprentices.
Lewisham marked World Fairtrade Day on 11 May with a new campaign to encourage businesses and residents to use more Fairtrade products.
Diabetes UK is looking for local volunteers to train as community champions to raise awareness of type 2 diabetes.
A national charity is coming to Deptford to help unemployed over 50s explore self employment opportunities.
Two new enterprises which capitalise on the popularity of the nation’s love of street food will kick-start Love Your Local Markets fortnight from 15-29 May in Lewisham.
Try a diet with a difference by reducing the amount of rubbish you place in your domestic refuse bin.
Lewisham Council is offering residents a rare opportunity to build their own home.
A campaign is underway to recruit hundreds more volunteer cadet leaders who can help make a difference to the lives of thousands of young adults in the capital.
A schoolboy from Brockley has won this year’s Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon held on Sunday 21 April in the ‘Under 15’ category.
Parents are being urged to check that their children have had two doses of the MMR vaccination.
Mental health charity, Bromley Mind, is launching a new service, Mind Peer Support in Lewisham, and volunteers are needed.
Lewisham Council has set out six key commitments it is making to all residents about its waste and recycling service and six things it is asking that residents do in return in order to get the possible service for everyone.
Register with the Planning Inspectorate and make a representation about the proposed Supersewer.
During Dementia Awareness Week (19–25 May 2013) Lewisham residents will be encouraged to talk about dementia.
The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is consulting on the Draft Fifth London Safety Plan until 17 June.