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

Community Connector at Longfield Hall

Can you help Longfield Hall Trust promote their wellbeing activities, events and performances to our local Vassal and Coldharbour community? To express interest in the role please contact Catherine milton@longfieldhall.org.uk by Wednesday 28 April

The Orchard Project is Hiring! Opportunities for young people 16-24

To find out more about these roles please visit The Orchard Project website. The closing date is Midnight on Sunday 4th April!

Forest Garden Accredited Course!

Registration is now open for this fully online course that will teach you everything you need to know when designing, planting and maintaining a forest garden!

Latest Events

Garden Questions & Knowledge Share

Loughborough Farm project leader, Emily will be on zoom to help advise you on any gardening questions you have for your specific space whether it’s a window sill, allotment or garden. Email loughboroughfarm@gmail.com with the subject line ‘Garden Questions zoom’ to book your place.

Lambeth Libraries are open for essential PC use

Lambeth libraries are happy to open  for essential PC use and hope to can resume other services soon. Click for online events celebrating International Women’s day, World book Day, a talk on census history and more.

Boxercise For Women Only workshop   Thursday 17th December

Free online session – limited places available – please sign up for a ticket here bit.ly/37XQw1j or email ljag.events@gmail.com. If you want to tone up, lose weight, build confidence and meet new people in a fun, supportive atmosphere whilst learning a new skill give it a try. Find out more about boxercise on www.enpower.fit