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Help Pearl return to Brixton with a donation

Volunteers working to recreate a public platform and cultural hub in Brixton for London’s Black Queer communities have made an urgent appeal for donations...
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Ruskin park pool set for renewal

Ruskin park’s paddling pool, closed for a year as a result of Covid and a broken pump, is set to reopen later this year. Lambeth...

Talk about your favourite Brixton shop on film

An independent film producer is looking for customers of local shops to take part in short films to explain what makes them special. The three...
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Have you got a bike for upCYCLE?

A Brixton-based initiative is seeking donations of cash and unused bikes to help BAME and other young people travel safely to school, work and...
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Did you know Bill Daniells?

Did you, or any older friends or relatives, work in the building trade in South London in the late sixties, or anywhere in London...
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Have you seen this bike?

It’s not a bike you would miss, and South London NHS workers are keen to get it back to its owner, Oli McDonough. He has...
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A shout-out for help with Brixton’s roads crisis

Joel De Mowbray, walking and cycling policy lead for Lambeth council, urges you to get involved with plans to make local streets safer As a...

Help Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses fundraise

Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses are appealing for support to renovate and extend the main greenhouse to create a new community space for learning, growth...
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Brixton club appeals for return of stolen wheelchair

Brixton Ballers, the inspiring local wheelchair basketball team, are appealing for the return, or information about the whereabouts, of a stolen wheelchair. All wheelchairs are...
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Chucklehead Cider appeal after Country Show takings stolen

Chucklehead Cider, the small Devon farm producer whose product is central to the Lambeth Country Show, had much of its takings stolen after the...
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Brixton film-maker needs your help

Brixton film-maker Maddie Quarm is tackling a big subject in an unexpected way – and looking for £5,500 so that she and her team...
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Football team raise money for cancer treatment

South London five-a-side football team Samba Quays are reuniting 10 years after their last competitive fixture to play a six hour marathon football match...
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Bobsy has been found

UPDATE: 8 February. Bobsy found Olive Vyskocilova's 11-month-old cat Bobsy from Lambert Road, Brixton Hill (SW2 5BB), went missing on Thursday (1 February) evening. She is...
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Missing Brixton girl found

Police have found 13-year-old Jaesia-Lee Morris-Newby who had been declared missing from Brixton.

Missing moggy: Corot update

Unexpected and happy news!  Corot has been found, alive and very hungry. He has spent five days - not all voluntarily - on the...
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Incredible Bus Stop break down the barriers at Southwyck House

The edible bus stop are back planting at the Barrier Block (Southwyck House) on Wednesday afternoon 1 – 5pm. Everyone welcome to join in. Founding...

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Brixton Palestine protests continue

Protest against Israel’s occupation of Palestine will continue in Brixton this weekend with two separate events planned. The now regular protest at the Herne Hill...
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Brixton barber fights police bid to close it

Hundreds of people have rallied to the support of a longstanding Brixton business that police are trying to close down. Sheer Perfection barbers on Ferndale...
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Government profits as children suffer

A South London primary school will today (9 June) host the launch of a campaign against a government policy that netted it more than...

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West Norwood’s global garden open again for locals

The South London Botanical Institute in West Norwood went global during lockdown, but is now welcoming visitors again, fuelled by a surge in interest...
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You can help High Trees continue to grow

A long-standing community group is appealing for funds to refurbish its home, the Saint Martin’s Learning Centre on Tulse Hill. The High Trees Community Development...
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Brixton Brewin’ ’bout that generation

Brixton Brewery today (12 May) launches a new beer, Generation Pale Ale, in aid of local charity Age UK Lambeth. Promoted by a bunch of...

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