NEWS AND UPDATES

The nearest train stations closest to the Loughborough Park Community Centre, Moreland Road, SW9 8UA are Lougborough Junction and Brixton. Bus routes P4, P5, 35, 45 and 345 all stop nearby.


The third meeting date will be announced shortly, and is likely to take place in late August 2024. Watch this space for further updates!


For more information on Dwaynamics and the work they do, which is led by Pastor Lorraine Jones, please visit their website.

10 July 2024

Alongside our trusted community partner, Dwaynamics, we are hosting a series of meetings in the community: The 'Lambeth Alliance for Community Action'. After a successful and well-attended initial meeting on 23 May, which saw community partners, stakeholders, residents and families meet together to have an open forum discussion on issues affecting the Lambeth community, including the upsurge in knife and gun violence and anti-social behaviour and second meeting is due to take place this evening, 10 July at 6PM at the Loughborough Park Community Centre.


Today's Alliance meeting will focus around discussions of recent incidents taking place in Streatham and allegations that have been made public against Lambeth's leadership.


Anyone affected by these issues or interested in joining the discussion is welcome to attend the meeting. More meeting dates will be announced in the near future, and if there are any items you would like added to the agenda, please send an email to info@options4change.org.uk

12 June 2024

The Education Sustainment Project (ESP) aims to support students at risk of exclusion in the London Borough of Lambeth. By providing early intervention and ongoing support, the ESP helps keep pupils engaged in their education, enhancing their academic and social outcomes. The project offers mentoring, coaching, and workshops for both students and parents, promoting a collaborative approach to education and family welfare. Through the ESP, we strive to reduce school exclusions and improve the life chances of vulnerable young people in our community.


Do you or anyone you know need our help?


We are looking to expand our service delivery for the ESP, so are appealing for school and families to share our details and those of the ESP to parents and young people who you feel may benefit from our support!


Let them know they can contact us at info@options4change.org.uk or via phone on 020 3006 1018.


Please feel free to distribute our leaflet!

02 May 2024

Our CEO Donna participated in two live televised interviews to discuss knife crime in the UK this week following the shocking events which took place in Hainault on 30 April. There is an epidemic of knife crime that urgently needs to be addressed, and Donna sat down with Sky News journalists for a discussion. Options 4 Change sees the situation as a national emergency which requires immediate attention through joint working and appropriate intervention. Watch the video above.


We would like to express our heartfelt condolences, our thoughts are with the family of Daniel Anjorin at this extremely difficult time.

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