Facts and Figures
Nearly a third of a million people live in Lambeth. Located in South London, between Wandsworth and Southwark, Lambeth has one of the largest geographic areas of any inner London borough. Largely residential, it is one of the most densely populated places in the country, with an average of 12,020 residents per square kilometre, more than twice the average population density of the capital. It has a complex social and ethnic mix, with large African and Portuguese populations, and is an important focus for the black Caribbean population.
Women and girls who access Baytree’s provision are representative of Lambeth’s complex cultural and ethnic mix.
Like many London boroughs, Lambeth has areas of affluence and of poverty, often found side by side. There is a persistent pool of economically inactive people with low economic and social mobility who often experience high levels of poor education, employment and health outcomes leading to social exclusion.
80% of women and girls improved their confidence in daily life and for the future
76% of women and girls made progress towards fulfilling their educational / employability potential.
77% of women and girls were more engaged with their family and community
68% of women and girls improved their emotional, physical and mental wellbeing
287 women and girls accessed 2275 hours of mentoring and coaching
310 women and girls accessed 2064 ESOL classes
397 women and girls accessed 656 hours of integration and family enrichment activities
262 girls accessed 1774 hours of creative and academic activities
60 young women took part in 508 hours of leadership activities
92 women accessed 483 hours of employability and practical support
223 volunteers delivered 4436 hours
51 service users volunteered 307 hours