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With the imminent submission of plans to Lewisham council  that will dominate Lee Green’s Leegate Centre with a second large supermarket, a New Petition has been launched asking Lewisham Council to take action. Signing the petition takes 30 seconds via this link: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/preserve-public-space-and-reduce-pollution-at-lee-green The petition does not deny that something needs to be done about Leegate, but questions whether proposed plans will replace …

Date:  Saturday 8th Nov Time: 11am – 12.30pm Location: Torridon Rd Library Alan Smith, Deputy Mayor will be in attendance. This is your opportunity to put your views forward. You will be able to question Mr Smith about the proposed massive cuts to the Council’s annual budget. Speak up!

The Autumn  Lewisham Central Assembly meeting. Date:  Thursday 2nd October 2014 Time:  7pm till 9pm Location: Lewisham Methodist Church, Albion Way, London, SE13 6TB  Tea, coffee and refreshments will be available in the main hall from 6:45pm.   The Assembly is a way to make your voice heard in Lewisham Central, you can: raise issues …

The Lewisham Central Assembly is inviting bids for a share of its £12,500 Assembly fund. In addition, there is also £2,500 Councillor’s discretionary fund to support smaller projects that benefit the ward. The purpose of the fund is to support chosen Assembly priorities and help to deliver the actions in the action plan. It is …

Dear all, You are invited to the next Lewisham Central Assembly meeting. Date: Tuesday 8 July 2014 Time: 7pm to 9pm Location: Leemore Centre, Clarendon Rise, SE13 5ES. The entrance to the venue is on Clarendon Rise. DETAILS: The Assembly is an open meeting and anyone who lives, learn or studies in the Lewisham Central …

Lewisham Council are inviting applications for funding from faith and voluntary organisations from the Small and Faith Fund 2014–15. This fund will enable organisations to deliver small, one-off projects that benefit local communities. Grants of up to £3,000 (or up to £10,000 for partnership projects) are available and priority will be given to projects that meet …