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Loughborough Junction BIG LUNCH on 2nd June – get all knitted up!

Let’s get in the mood for the Loughborough Junction BIG LUNCH on this SUNDAY, 2nd JUNE.

The third ever LJ BIG LUNCH will be held on the Square next to the Hero of Switzerland on Loughborough Road.

There will be a BBQ a cake competition and lots of goodies plus entertainment and a CARNIVAL procession from Ray’s Sunshine International Arts C.A.F.E. (209a Coldharbour Lane) PLUS look out for Yarn Bombing (or dazzling knitting) organised by The House in the Junction.

Check it all out on this Sunday at the Hero of Switzerland pub at 148 Loughborough Rd, London, Greater London SW9 7LL, UK.


Yarn Bombing can transform an aread

How we’re hoping the Junction will look on Sunday 2 June – except for the trees of course!



Margherita's knitting from The House in the Junction

Margherita’s knitting from The House in the Junction


Loughborough Junction in Bloom! 2010

Hook up a hanging basket bursting with flowers,

grow herbs and vegetables on your windowsill

turn your front garden into a green haven.

Meet your neighbours and invite them to help you garden
Volunteer to help others or “adopt”a green space

Free compost and Rubbish clearance.

Celebrate on Saturday 10th July 2010 with festivities and prizes!

join in and find helpful gardening tips and advice at Carnegie library, 188 Herne Hill Road

Important documents!!!!!

Entry Form Download (Please return to Loughborough Junction in Bloom, 144 Lowden Road, SE24 0BQ)

Some resources to get you started

The Flier to email far and wide (well, in Loughborough Junction)

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Loughborough Junction Action Group – Next Meeting on the 24th

Following last Monday’s meeting at the Harry Caddick centre, I can confirm that the Loughborough Junction Action Group (LJAG) has now been officially constituted and four members have been elected, two co-chairs, Elise Leclerc and Tim Gaymer, and two co-sectretaries Conor Masterson and and myself Nick Wells. The position of Treasurer is currently open.

As a initial objective, we are endeavoring to put Loughborough Junction on the map with the support of the local councillors and give it a visual identity including lamp post signs, tree planting, flower boxes and notice board centrally located in the area for group updates. 

Our next meeting is scheduled for the 24th November, where the group and councillors will be canvasing ideas for the area. The meeting will be held at the Harry Caddick centre on the corner of Lilford Road and Carew Street at 8pm.  

We invite you to come to the meeting, please pass this on to your neighbors, friends and locals.