Lambeth is a unique neighbourhood in the southwest of London. It was an independent village until it was annexed by the City of London in 1993, and still maintains a small town feel, with many locally owned businesses along Main Street that cater to neighbourhood residents. The majority of homes in the neighbourhood are single family detached houses. There is a mix of single detached styles, including early 20th century farm houses, post-war bungalows, large homes built in the late 20th century, and new developments that are still being built today.
Lambeth has many great parks and areas for recreation. Lambeth Optimist Park and Ralph Hamlyn Park have baseball and soccer fields and play structures. Lambeth Centennial Park is a major hub for the neighbourhood, as it has a soccer field, play structure, spray pad, and swing sets, as well as a community centre with an arena and the Lambeth library. Lambeth Public School is located in the community and serves elementary students. Students may also attend St. George in Byron. High school students attend Saunders or St. Thomas Aquinas secondary schools.
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Lambeth Community Association
Lambeth Community Association coordinates and channels the skills, talents and abilities of Lambeth-and-area residents and its allies toward the preservation and enhancement of the experience of living and working in London and Lambeth.