It was a pleasure to visit 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning for the debut screening of Two and a Half Questions from local filmmakers Marsha and Clovis Lowe, a documentary which explores questions of race and identity in modern Britain.
I met with residents of Gwynne House this month, who have reported repeated difficulties with their lift, to try and help them get it sorted
Clapham Park Estate households out of their homes over Christmas, with nowhere else to go and Covid cases at record highs.
I had the chance to tour Knight’s Youth Centre on Brixton Hill to hear about their work with young people in our community.
The Girls’ School Day Trust (GDST), which runs 23 independent schools across the UK, is proposing to leave the Teachers’ Pension Scheme, threating the financial stability of teachers in retirement. This month I met with teachers from Streatham and Clapham High School and their National Education Union representative to discuss the impact of these proposals, which they are being threatened with.
A huge thank you to everyone in the constituency who kindly donated your warm coats to help newly arrived refugees in the constituency.