Monday, 9 August 2010

License applications in Stockwell

The owners of Kelly's pub at 124 Clapham Road have made an application to vary their license to extend the hours which they can open and play live music from 10am to 1am from Monday to Wednesday and from 10am to 5am on Thursdays to Sundays.

Cafe a Toca, on Wandsworth Road has applied to vary their license to extend their hours from 10am to 1am from Sunday to Thursday and from 10am to 4am on Friday to Saturday, to also include dancing and live music.

If you wish to comment, support or object to either of the applications, please contact:
Licensing Section

2 Herne Hill Road
London
SE24 0AU
Phone: 020 7926 6108
licensing@lambeth.gov.uk

Cavendish Arms launches new open mic night

Tristan, the new manager of the Cavendish Arms in Hartington Road, London SW8 2HJ, tells Bathsheba at Stockwell News that he is launching a weekly networking night for performers of all descriptions - "Monday Night Unplugged". It all kicked off on Monday 9 August.

The Cavenish is on the lookout for acoustic acts or bands who play acoustically or who want try an unplugged set - writers, readers, poets, rappers, storytellers. All acts get 10 - 15 minutes on stage.

In exchange for free entry - and the opportunity to showcase your talents of course - they ask acts to bring at least one friend along and to stay and support the other acts.

Contact tristan@thecavendisharmsstockwell.co.uk

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Weapons and ammunition seized in Brixton and Stockwell

On Tuesday 3 August as a result of vigilant members of the public and open searches conducted by Lambeth Borough Police Officers, three firearms have been found in Brixton and removed from the streets of our borough.

These included one handgun with the relevant ammunition, a shot gun and a very realistic BB gun. All weapons are believed to be involved in or for the use criminal activity or the intimidation of others, although it is not believed they are linked to each other.

Each weapon was found in separate locations within hours of each other. An investigation by Lambeth’s Pro-active Firearms Team is underway to identify those responsible for these weapons and any offences which may have involved these firearms.

The ongoing work of this unit and others on Lambeth, together with useful intelligence from the public has played a significant part in reducing gun crime on this Borough. The recovery and removal of these three weapons from criminal hands greatly assists work to further reduce the incidence of gun crime in Lambeth.

Local police will continue to use a wide range of tactics against this crime, to ensure the safety of the local community. This follows the seizure of three other firearms found in the past seventeen days: a loaded 9mm handgun from Streatham, a shotgun in Brixton and a quantity of live ammunition from Stockwell.