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Council to decide on ‘unsuitable’ Shakespeare Road housing development

Lambeth council officers are recommending that councillors accept plans for a 218-flat development at the Brixton end of Shakespeare Road – although there is...

Ritzy launch for Brixton feature film

A Brixton Tale, a film that could define how the world sees Brixton for years to come, goes on general release on 17 September. Its...

‘Brixton Boys’ help families across London with back-to-school events

Solomon Smith, Mahamad Hashi, Issac Beng and Micah Lammie from the Brixton Soup Kitchen on Coldharbour Lane, are challenging stereotypes by helping families across...

Dulwich clinch promotion with game to spare

WALTON ON THAMES 108 (38.2)lost toDULWICH 177 (49.3)by 69 runs Dulwich Cricket Club won a convincing victory by 69 runs at Walton on Thames to...

Anti-vaccine protesters in Brixton

Handing out flyers warning that millions of people have become “magnetic” after being vaccinated again Covid, and chanting “murder”, thousands of anti-vaccine protesters marched...

Brixton rally joins worldwide climate protests

Brixton’s Original Bushman, who has sold his street food here since 1989, joined speakers at a rally yesterday (28 August) that linked Extinction Rebellion...

Hondo raises £20m with car park sale

Hondo Enterprises, which runs Brixton’s covered markets in a joint venture with US-based finance giant Angelo Gordon, has sold a central London property it...

Don Letts to release new compilation album of dub covers

Culture Clash Radio presenter Don Letts is releasing a compilation album next month featuring dub covers and remixes of famous songs.  The Brixton-born DJ, filmmaker...

Parents warn ULEZ not enough to counter toxic diesel pollution

Brixton Road is one of 15 places suffering daily illegal levels of air pollution to be highlighted by the campaign group Mums for Lungs,...

Artists at work in Brixton

Two artists are captivated by our Brixton streets and paint what they see. Simone Richardson was drawn in to find out why Frank Gregory moved from Jamaica...

Another victory for Dulwich, but it’s tight at the top

DULWICH 154-8 dec (53)beatCHESSINGTON 100 (41.2)by 54 runs An unbeaten ninth wicket partnership of 65, followed by a remarkable spell of bowling by Alex Gledhill,...

Nanban recruits UV robot to combat Covid

Brixton’s Nanban restaurant in Brixton has enlisted the help of a robot to combat Covid as cases once again start to rise in the...

More space for Brixton businesses – with a nod to anarchists...

Alan Slingsby visits Brixton’s latest office space offering – designed by Squire and Partners architects to complement their existing presence in the centre of...

Celebrating culture through scent

Teacher, author and candle-maker, Brixton resident Syreeta Walker, keeps busy. Her latest venture will see her selling her candles in Kingston. She talked about...

Botanical map of Brixton complements Tube art

Transport for London (TfL) has published a botanical map Brixton, showing local green spaces. The map also addresses the legacies of the British empire and...

Crystals, soul and songs on Brixton Station Road

Sofreeya Soul sells crystals and jewellery at Brixton Station Road market on Saturdays – and has a lot of other projects besides her stall. Simone...

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