What is LJAG?

The Loughborough Junction Action Group, or LJAG, is an independent group of people who live or work in Loughborough Junction in south-east London. We share the common aim of regenerating and improving the area and the lives of the people who live there.

We are embedded in our diverse and vibrant neighbourhood and hold festivals, street parties and monthly gatherings, literary and film events and organise arts activities in local schools. Our members work with many local organisations, such as tenants’ and residents’ associations, community initiatives such as Building Communities in Coldharbour and the Big Local, which are working on projects designed to empower local people, improve community cohesion and enhance neighbourhood facilities.

 

Latest News

Music in Ruskin Park this Summer!

Lambeth have agreed to continue funding the popular summer series of concerts in the bandstand at Ruskin Park.

Loughborough Farm – shortlisted for the City Bridge Trust’s Growing Localities Awards 2016 

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony held at the Horniman Museum on 30 June. Fingers crossed!

Meanwhile Space and Lambeth put a call out for community kitchen and makerspace operators

Deadline for submitting is 1 June: Details are here http://love.lambeth.gov.uk/call-out-operators-community-kitchen-makerspace/

Latest Events

Music in Ruskin Park this Summer!

Lambeth have agreed to continue funding the popular summer series of concerts in the bandstand at Ruskin Park.

Open Weekend at the Sunshine International Arts Cafe 3-5 June

Mas Camp- A social place where carnival costumes are made and in-house exhibition, ‘The Art of Carnival’.
C.A.F.E. Studio 5, 209A Coldharbour Lane, London, SW9 8RU

Sunflower growing competition and other activities at Minet Library Saturday 14 May 2-4pm

If you have any surplus seedlings or plants bring them along – flowers, food plants, anything – to make the library and archive garden extra beautiful this summer. Minet Library will be holding gardening sessions every fortnight over the summer.