What is LJAG?

The Loughborough Junction Action Group, or LJAG, is an independent group of volunteers who live or work in Loughborough Junction in south-east London. It is our vision to make Loughborough Junction a great place to live and work.

We are a creative bunch who share a passion for our neighbourhood and want to see it thrive even through difficult times. Our projects are designed to bring people together to improve wellbeing and decrease isolation.  We believe that everyone has something to offer and our projects bring opportunities to talk to neighbours, make new friends, learn new skills and develop new ideas.

We work closely with other local organisations including other neighbourhood forums, tenants and residents associations, youth centres, GP practices, local artists and businesses.

 

Latest News

SLACKER: This month’s free film in The City is what We Care For series

29 September 2018 at the Platform, 2 Ridgway Rd, SW9 7AH from 7.15pm
There will be food and drink. All by donation

Remakery Reuse Lab for London Design Week 15-23 September 2018

Mend your broken possessions, make a skirt, upholster a chair and make jewellery… all at the Remakery 51 Lilford Rd, SE5 9HY
An impressive programme of workshops run by skilled artists and crafts people for Brixton Design week

New Free Courses at Mosaic Clubhouse – starting in September 2018

Courses are open and free to all Lambeth residents who are receiving benefits. If you would like to enrol on a course please contact Sinead on s.obrien@mosaic-clubhouse.org or call on 020 7924 9657

Latest Events

Harvest Day at Ruskin Park Sunday 30 September 2018

Market stalls, arts and making workshops, live music, tea & cakes, local beer and food stalls… 12-6pm Denmark Hill, SE5 8EL

End of Summer BBQ at Grove Adventure Playground this Friday 31 August

Family BBQ! Free food, drinks and play from midday til end of play at 5.50 at the Grove Adventure Playground, 18 Gordon Grove, SE5 9DT.
All welcome!

LJAG 10th anniversary celebration and agm

LJAG 10th birthday celebration and agm Thursday 20 September 2018 from 7pm to 9.30pm