The management and board of governors of Lambeth College are planning to sell off the Brixton Centre to property developers.
The Brixton centre runs courses for students with learning difficulties and disabilities, for young people who need a second chance at education and for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students who need English to improve their lives.
These courses are essential for the community of Brixton and for the borough of Lambeth, where many people are in low-paid jobs, are unemployed or don’t speak English and desperately need education to improve their situation.
Please join the campaign to stop education attacks and stop the sell-off of the Brixton Centre of Lambeth College.
Youth Employment is now over 1 million. 60% of young black men are unemployed – so why are FE colleges being sold off?
Stop the Sell-Off – Join the Campaign – Brixton Needs a College!
What you can do
- Sign and circulate the online petition.
- Join the lobby of the governors meeting 5pm Thursday 14th November – 45 Clapham Common Southside (Clapham Common Tube)
- Join the lobby of Lambeth Council 6pm Wednesday 20th November – Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton
- Like the campaign Facebook page.