Lewisham Council - Ladywell Assembly

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Top priorities for Ladywell Assembly

The top priorities for Ladywell Assembly are:

  • improving air quality and pollution
  • campaigning for the inclusion of genuinely affordable housing in future development
  • better provision for youth – including apprenticeships linked to local businesses
  • community safety.

The Ladywell Assembly fund 2018–19

The Ladywell Assembly fund 2018–19 is now open for proposals from groups and organisations who can deliver projects which improve the Ladywell area.

What are we looking for in a proposal?

Funding proposals must deliver one of the assembly priorities listed above.

The projects must also aim to tackle the priorities that residents, community groups and local businesses have identified. We are looking for proposals that will:

  • help improve our local living environment
  • create development opportunities for Ladywell residents
  • make Ladywell a safer, cleaner and greener place to live, work and learn.

How much is available?

There is £12,500 available.

Community activities or projects of a one-off nature can also apply for a £2,500 locality fund (the councillors' discretionary fund). These projects do not need to meet one of the assembly priorities but they must benefit or enhance local community. You will find the application form for this fund below.

What can it be spent on?

You can use the money to:

  • start up a project
  • support a group developing new activities
  • support a larger project that has secured funding from other sources.

How to apply

  • Download and complete the assembly fund application form in the documents section below and send it to the contact details also listed below.
  • Please read the important information on page seven of the form and the funding guidance document, also below, before you complete the application form.
  • The deadline for submitting all application is 5pm on Wednesday 12 September 2018. 


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Saints, sinners and savants - guided walk Free

17 February 2pm to 3.30PM

Friends of Brockley & Ladywell cemeteries vice-chair, Mike Guilfoyle, will lead this walk, introducing you to some of the interesting people buried and memorialised in the two cemeteries.

Safe Hang out space with free WiFi!!!!  Free

18 February 10am to 4pm

Free safe space for young people to use!

Safe Hang out space with free WiFi!!!!  Free

19 February 10am to 4pm

Free safe space for young people to use!

Baby Bounce Free

Lewisham Library 
19 February 11.15AM to 11.45AM

Nursery rhymes and mini stories for babes, toddlers and parents

Tuesday Totter

opposite Le Delice 
19 February 6.30PM to 8.30PM

A fortnightly 10-mile social cycle around the local area, organised by Lewisham Cyclists

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