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Residents invited to join the Catford conversation

Team Catford is asking for those who live, work, socialise, commute through or run a business in Catford to give their views on the future of the town centre.

Black History Month, October 2017

Celebrate Black History Month in Lewisham with a range of events and activities happening across the borough.

Lewisham pharmacies consultations

We are consulting residents on their views on pharmacy services to ensure high-quality and easily accessible services.

Barry Quirk, Lewisham Council Chief Executive, to resign

The Mayor of Lewisham, Sir Steve Bullock, has thanked Barry Quirk for his service as Lewisham Council’s Chief Executive since 1994.

Laurence House improvement works

The main entrance to Laurence House will be closed from 18 September until December while we carry out improvement works to make the building more welcoming, modern and accessible.

Lewisham launches London Borough of Culture bid

Sir Steve Bullock, Mayor of Lewisham, is urging residents to get behind the bid ‘LoveitLewisham’.

Free cookery classes open to all

Learn to prepare quick, affordable, healthy and delicious meals at a free six-week community cookery club.

Safety checks for Lewisham Homes properties

Following comprehensive safety checks over the summer, Lewisham Homes is going through a programme of checking all fire safety doors.

Lewisham teenagers celebrate GCSE achievements

This is the first cohort of students to sit exams in the new style GCSEs in English Language, Literature and Maths and many top grades were awarded.

New food waste bins delivered to Lewisham residents

The first of 80,000 food waste bins were delivered to Lewisham residents this week ahead of big changes to waste collection services in two months' time.

Why council tax is increasing

We are increasing council tax in order to protect the most vulnerable, limit pressure on our NHS and social care services and support local services our residents rely on.