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Poster for Veg Power campaign - Eat them to defeat them

Brixton’s Windrush Square Veg Invasion

Brixton is braced for a vegetable invasion of Windrush Square and the market on 6 April. A family fun day running from 11am to...
Atlantic Road

Atlantic Road to be transformed and Ferndale and Railton Roads to be ‘low traffic’

Atlantic Road in Brixton is to be “transformed” to benefit people walking, cycling and using buses with funds from the Liveable Neighbourhoods programme run...
Solomon Smith and Sarah Jones: inspiration to help jobless people

Brixton Soup Kitchen: ‘We don’t just do food here’

  Brixton Soup Kitchen is extending its help to local people in need by offering confidence-boosting counselling. Kitchen founder Solomon Smith has teamed up with life...
Musicians Pete and Emrys who play at Toulouse Lautrec

A place for jazz

  If you had searched, as I did, for “Brixton” in the 68-page programme for last month’s London Jazz Festival, you would have drawn a...
Hill Mead primary pupils outside he Department Store

Hill Mead school’s winter windows light up Brixton

  There was a buzz of excitement as children and parents from Brixton's Hill Mead primary gathered outside Brixton's Department Store to see their handiwork...
Tracey Young (second from left) picketing with colleagues outside Brixton Hill campus on Thursday.

Brixton lecturers strike over pay and cuts

Lecturers at Lambeth College in Brixton went on strike for two days to win higher pay and more government spending on further education. And...
Michael Smith, BID director with co-chairs Laverne Walker and Elly Foster

Brixton businesses vote to renew improvement district

The Brixton Business Improvement District (BID) will operate for another five years after 500-plus local businesses voted to renew its remit. The result was announced...
Brixton McDonald's

Brixton McDonald’s to be picketed tomorrow morning

Brixton McDonald’s will be picketed tomorrow morning (4 October) as part of a campaign against low pay and zero-hour contracts that is backed by...
Club 414 proprietors Louise Barron and Tony Pommell

Council launches consultation on new licensing policy

Lambeth council has begun to consult residents on its licensing policy for the borough. as is it is required by law to do every...
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Don Letts on 50 years of Trojan Records

Trojan Records is 50 years old this month. Brixton’s Turtle Bay and its sister restaurants have marked the occasion by working with music legend Don...
Stand BoomBocs 2 in blue

Brixton bling comes at a price

A luxury speaker manufacturer that began life in Pop Brixton has launched an uncompromisingly specified and priced high powered wireless speaker, said to offer...
Brixton market

‘Substantial profit’ as Brixton Market sale confirmed for £37.25 million

London and Associated Properties plc, the former owner of Brixton Village and Market Row, announced today (27 April) that it had completed their sale...

A Family Affair: Petare review

Nick Buglione discovers Venezuelan arepas at Pop’s Petare Arepa! Until the other day, what I knew about Venezuelan street food you could write on a...
Photograph of Maggie Aoussou, Parliamentary Digital Services. Part of working mothers exhibition by Fiona Freund

Brixton’s working mothers on the map

An exhibition by photographer Fiona Freund will put Brixton’s working mothers on the map as part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations. MotherWorks is...

Brockwell Lido free for all

(sponsored Blogpost) For those who only know the Brockwell Lido as a place for a summer dip, you are invited to get to know...
Bobsy. Missing from Lambert Road, Brixton Hill. 03 02 2018

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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