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Lambeth Libraries March - 9th April 2016

On Saturday morning over 500 people rallied at the Carnegie while the protest occupation of the library came to a close.

Once the occupants left the library, they then headed a march past the Minet Library & Archives where a crowd awaited their arrival with cheers and ukelele music!

Protest in favour of fair rents in Herne Hill

Herne Hill came to a standstill on Saturday 30th January 2016 as a crowd of over 700 local residents gathered outside Herne Hill station to protest in favour of reasonable rent rises for local traders on Half Moon Lane and the reinstatement of the Half Moon Pub as a music venue.

D.C. Resists tomorrow May 2nd, 12-2pm

There will be a community protest in Herne Hill at Dorchester Court tomorrow May 2nd, from 12-2. D.C. Resists (a private renters campaign group) has been set up to highlight D.C.'s landlord/freeholder Manaquel and to fight for a fair deal for tenants. The campaign group says Manaquel has allowed the building to fall into disrepair while pushing in rent hikes for tenants (by as much as 60% in a single year) which when questioned, results in eviction being pushed in once assured shorthold tenancy contract expires.

Save Our Lollipop Men and Women - Sit in Protest

 

  SAVE OUR LOLLIPOP MEN & WOMEN

 

 

BY JOINING A ROAD SIT-IN PROTEST

 

4PM FRIDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 2011

 

OUTSIDE ST JUDE’S C. E. PRIMARY SCHOOL, REGENT ROAD SE24 (off Dulwich Road opposite Lido)

 

 

Lambeth is axing its provision of Lollipop men and women throughout the borough. This is an ill-thought out, short-sighted, money-saving scheme that puts our children’s lives in danger. Lambeth primary schools must come together and fight this measure.

 

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