Lambeth Forum Network

The Lambeth Forum Network (LFN) is a borough-wide network of 12 volunteer-run forums. Each area forum sets its own priorities based on local needs and ambitions. LFN forums also work together to increase the voice of local groups and residents in borough-wide decision-making.

In 2020-21, LFN member forums saw nearly half a million web page visits to their sites, hosted around a hundred online meetings, and circulated over a thousand newsletters, notices and public posts to tens of thousands of local residents.

The Lambeth Forum Network meets every 6-8 weeks to discuss issues of common interest and strengthen individual forums by joined up working and communication. It also acts as a two-way conduit of information between Lambeth Council and the forums, and consequently between the forums and residents.

Take a look at our Lambeth Forum Network diagram

Individual forums hold regular meetings and support many other groups and services as well as running practical engagement and outreach projects.

To find out more and get involved with your local forum, visit their website using the links below.

For more information about the LFN, please email Catherine at CWalsh@lambeth.gov.uk

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Norwood Forum
Norwood Forum

A volunteer-led organisation covering the 3 southern Lambeth wards of Gipsy Hill, Knights Hill and Thurlow Park. 

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Tulse Hill Forum
Tulse Hill Forum

An independent voluntary group that aims to provide a place where local people can get involved in making decisions that affect the community.

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Thriving North Lambeth group
Thriving North Lambeth

Working together in North Lambeth – Connections, Partnership and Community 

Contact email: thrivingnorthlambeth@​gmail.​com