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Residents prepare new fight against giant scrap yard

Campaigners against a giant new metal processing yard that would lead to an increase in very large lorries using roads in Brixton and the...
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Local food banks help more than 10,000 people in six months

More than 10,000 people in and around Lambeth received a food bank parcel between April and September this year. Nearly 4,000 went to children. Lambeth...
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Mayor Khan announces new consultation on Pope’s Road tower plans

London mayor Sadiq Khan today (26 November) announced the start of a public consultation on plans for a development in central Brixton including a...

Dance, quiz, volunteer – to Tackle Loneliness in Lambeth

Age UK Lambeth are, as usual, helping local people this winter – but they need help! And you can have fun while you’re helping with...
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Only half of women in Brixton Hill feel safe walking at night – survey

Lambeth town hall in Brixton will tonight be lit in orange to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The council will...

Council approves demolition to build 20 new homes at Cressingham Gardens

Lambeth council’s planning sub-committee tonight (23 November) unanimously agreed, for a second time, plans to demolish part of the Cressingham Gardens estate and build...
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Brixton remembers in Windrush Square

Remembrance Sunday was celebrated twice in Brixton’s Windrush Square yesterday (14 November). The first event, a brisk military-style ceremony, was organised by Lambeth council and...
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Windrush Square ceremonies as Brixton remembers the fallen

Brixton will remember people who died fighting for Britain with ceremonies in Windrush Square tomorrow (14 November). Military and other units are due to leave...
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Brixton launch for beautiful portrayal of working-class women of colour

Brixton’s Ritzy cinema will host a special event on Saturday (13 November) to launch a film with deep and immediate relevance for many local...
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Users group back in action as Brixton Rec leaks continue

Brixton Rec users Group (Brug) – after a gap created by lockdowns – is again engaged in representing Rec users’ views to Lambeth council...
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Brixton’s Winter Windows light up Ferndale Road

The fifth annual Winter Windows display in Squire & Partners Department Store on Ferndale Road was switched on last night (4 November) to coincide...
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Brixton’s very own orchestra needs your help

An evening of sublime music and superb images backed up by free beer and rum last night (4 November) launched the latest phase in...
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Brixton Wholefoods hit target number 2

Brixton Wholefoods today reached their second fundraising target of £30,000. The Atlantic Road shop launched an appeal for £20,000 to help it to restock and to...
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Brixton domino club’s Black History Month event hears of a new future

The Brixton Immortals domino club organised a major event in Lambeth town hall at the weekend to bring together other local organisations and people...

Brixton’s Winter Windows will be ready for a Diwali reveal

As the clocks go back and Brixton businesses begin to gear up for winter and its many festivals, one local feature is ready and...
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‘Teachers and leaders’ – stars back Brixton Wholefoods appeal as it bursts through target

Brixton Wholefoods’ appeal for help to save the shop – a standout local feature on Atlantic Road for four decades – has shot past...