What is LJAG?

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

We 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, local partnerships, tenants and residents associations, youth centres, GP practices, local artists and businesses.

Latest News

Campaign for a lift at Loughborough Junction Station

We were so chuffed that our MP Helen Hayes came and handed out leaflets and talked to travellers and passersby at Loughborough Junction station about our campaign to get a lift installed to help everyone, including parents with buggies, wheelchair users, cyclists, those with heavy bags or dodgy knees and the elderly navigate those cruel steep and gloomy steps. There is still time to sign the petition!

The Platform Cafe’s Cost of Living Programme Winter 2024

Find out more about how one of our projects, The Platform Cafe, was able to offer more support to local people this winter as part of their Cost of Living Programme, boosted by funding from The National Lottery and Lambeth Council.

Say No to the Hinton Road Development

Developer London Green is proposing to build 320 poky bedsits in a 14-storey block on Hinton Road, out of keeping with surrounding 2 and 3 storey houses. Say no to this rabbit hutch development. Join our fight to get this proposal turned down. We need affordable family homes not expensive bedsits. Make a comment or objection on Lambeth’s planning website.

Latest Events

Wildmind Yard Festival, Loughborough Farm, 15th June

Loughborough Farm is hosting the Wildmind Yard Festival, a day of free workshops as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture.

LEAP & Me exhibition and craft activity mornings, 29th & 30th May 2024 10am-11:30am

Join LEAP this half term for fun, creative sessions for you, your little ones and siblings. You’ll also get a chance to visit the LEAP and Me Exhibition. At Liz Atkinson Children’s Centre, 9 Mostyn Road, SW9 6PH.

Thriving Fiveways Project Leep, Wednesdays from 22nd May to 5th June 3pm-5pm

Project Leep, run by exciting new social enterprise Ginas for the Community, is a new employment project for young people age 16 to 18 which will be running every Wednesday from 22 May to 5 June 3pm-5pm at Myatt’s Fields North Community Centre in Crawshay Road, SW9 6FZ.