Fears of car fines and of isolation for Dulwich pensioners..

If you could read their minds, you would back away slowly. Pensioners are not the sort of people you want to cross. A collection of senior citizens held a show of strength on Saturday – though there was no actual muscle work involved. Age Speaks, a newly formed Dulwich group of nearly 100 older people, demonstrated against the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) in Dulwich.

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Music college offering free course to best applicants on its scholarship day

A music college has launched its first scholarship day – offering a full fee bursary for the duration of the winner’s chosen course. Candidates will demonstrate their talent, ideas or passion projects to convince the panel why they will make the biggest impact on the industry in the years ahead and deserve the free place to further those ambitions. 

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Town hall bosses refuse to name politicians who summonsed to court over not paying their council tax

Town hall chiefs are refusing to name councillors who failed to pay council tax during the last three years, including two who were summonsed to court. Five councillors for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea failed to make council tax payments between January 2018 and January 2021 but the authority will not say who they are.

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Dulwich families with young children urge residents not to drive: ‘It’s cleaner, healthier and it’s fun’

Children, parents and grandparents showed their support for measures to make walking and cycling safer – in opposition to one by pensioners hours later. Children from schools in Dulwich celebrated a road scheme, the Low Traffic Neighbourhood, to recognise how much safer their journey to school is, as well as the benefits to their health.

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