As ever, the Lambeth Heritage Festival this year will take place throughout Lambeth, throughout September. The festival brochure is available now from many of our members, in local libraries or to download as a pdf from bit.ly/HeritageFestival2019.
Our new walks leaflet for 2019-20 is now available to download as a pdf from here.
Printed copies are available in Lambeth Archives at the Minet Library and will soon be available in other borough libraries and from many of our member organisations.
Lambeth archives will be closed for a fortnight, from Monday, 28th January until Saturday, 9th February inclusive, for its annual stocktake.
As part of the ongoing campaign to save the Cinema Museum, they are holding a public meeting to update everyone on developments. It is on the evening of the 3rd September; details here: bit.ly/2w1849T
Lambeth Archives has announced that an updated version of their images website, Lambeth Landmark, will launch soon, complete with a new map search!
You can see a sneak peek of the new site here: https://boroughphotos.org/lambeth
They would love your feedback – email email@example.com by 16 August
Once again the Lambeth Heritage Festival will take place throughout Lambeth, throughout September.
This year there are more events than ever and the brochure listing them all may be downloaded from here.
Paper copies will be available in libraries shortly.
The 2018/19 Walks Leaflet has been produced. Paper copies are now available at Lambeth Archives and they will shortly be available in local libraries and from many member organisations.
A pdf version may be downloaded from here.
Lambeth Archives will be closed for stocktaking from Monday 29 January to Saturday 10 February inclusive. The service will reopen on Monday 12 February 2018.
Please note that the Archives will be unable to deal with personal, phone or written enquiries during this period.
Lambeth is bidding in the Borough of Culture scheme set up by the Mayor of London. The Lambeth Local History Forum has been happy to support the bid.
To find out more about it visit OurLambeth.london.