A primary school in Sutton raised over £700 for a mental health charity over the last week.
A woman has raised over £3,500 for a counselling charity she used herself as a teenager by running the London
Upcoming cuts to universal credit may push thousands of children and young people into poverty in South London’s poorest boroughs, local charities and councillors have warned.
Loneliness has been proven to have a negative impact on people’s physical well-being as well as mental health, with a
An A* student selected as a ‘future leader’ has had to appeal for help for funding to attend a prestigious
The Met Police united forces across south west London in a bid to tackle knife crime last week. Operation Sceptre
Croydon fostering service has announced an initiative to find 30 new foster families for young people this year, focusing on
Young women are demanding better policing in London as YouGov data reveals the percentage of people aged 18-24 who believe
“A brighter future is so difficult for so many of us”: South West London debate tackles youth issues
The topic of London’s young people was one of the very few causes where the four south west London GLA
Last night, Apprentice Nation hosted a virtual grime concert, encouraging young people to explore their apprenticeship opportunities. Apprentice Nation has
A west London theatre is offering free arts opportunities to lockdown babies in Hammersmith and Fulham. The Lyric Theatre is