Community and living
Information about how to get involved in Lambeth's communities, and services helping you with your life in Lambeth.
We can help you register a birth, organise a civil naming ceremony and get copies of birth certificates.
We hold regular citizenship ceremonies and arrange and perform commitment ceremonies. Same-sex couples wishing to form a civil partnership can now register for their big day with Lambeth Register Office. We also provide a nationality checking service that makes applying for British citizenship simpler.
Details of community centres and facilities in Lambeth, including how to book a room in the Town Hall, Brixton.
Making Lambeth a safer place to live, work and visit is central to our community safety strategy.
Information on registering a death and advice on burials, funerals, cremations and memorials.
Useful links and contacts for emergency and out-of-hours services in Lambeth. Includes information on major incidents, flooding, housing, social work and health services.
Our services, policies and procedures recognise that equality is an issue for us all, we are all different, and we do not all start from the same place.
We aim to encourage and enable people of different faiths and cultures to understand and respect one another as 'people of faith'.
Information for care providers about resources and services in Lambeth.
We will help you arrange commitment or renewal of marriage vows ceremonies, guide you through the legal preliminaries to marriage and help you with your marriage arrangement and ceremony. We can also issue copies of certificates and help you perform historical searches.
Volunteering opportunities in Lambeth.
Youth offending service
The aim of the youth offending service (YOS) is to work with young people and the community to prevent offending by children and young people. YOS is made up of staff from the council, police, probation service and health, coming together to form a multi-agency team.