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Brixton is home to London’s first shared electric van

Brixton is home to London’s first shared electric van. Based on Pulross Road, the government and council funded van will be available free to local...

Brixton switches on for Christmas

Brixton’s Christmas got under way yesterday (29 November) as Philip Normal, deputy mayor of Lambeth, joined the chief executive of Morleys, Nigel Blow to...

Xmas lights switch on 29 November

Brixton's Christmas lights sponsored by Brixton BID will be switched on by the Mayor of Lambeth on 29 November at 7pm at the Christmas...

Lambeth Schools Patrol launches in Brixton

The Lambeth Schools Patrol (LSP) project was formally launched yesterday (30 October) in the centre of Brixton. The project is a partnership between Brixton businesses...

Recycled pallets and food waste benefit adventure playground

InUse-ReUse, which the Bugle featured in June 2019 issue, has a new project to use recycled wooden pallets from Brixton market. Founder Dennis Boateng launched...

Brixton’s orchard is a community space that reduces air pollution

Brixton Orchard serves more purposes than being a beautiful and restful place in a bustling town. Brixton Orchard, opposite the new Lambeth town hall development,...

Do you have the bottle? Refill Brixton Launches

A campaign to encourage cafes, bars, restaurants and other businesses to allow people to fill water bottles from their taps launched in Brixton on...

School patrol: a focus on positive engagement

The Bugle sits down with Asher Senator and Serena Nalty-Coombs to hear more about Code 7 and their new project Lambeth Schools Patrol which...

Historic Brixton pub warns that licence objections could close it

The Duke of Edinburgh pub on Ferndale Road has warned that a campaign to impose what it says are “unreasonable” licence restrictions on it...

Brixton youth project launches appeal for volunteers

A new voluntary youth service on the streets of Brixton was launched yesterday (10 July) when organisers leafleted passers-by outside the Tube as they...

Isn’t it good Brixton waste wood

Neila Romdane on a project to put pallets from Brixton market to good use Dennis Boateng set up InUse ReUse to make furniture out of...

Brixton and the £30,000 salary immigration threshold

 Jack Gevertz, a writer for the Immigration Advice Service, an organisation of UK immigration lawyers that provides legal support for those looking to migrate...

Care and kindness for the Brixton community

  Jessica Dyer spends a Friday night with Brixton’s Street Pastors If you are out on a Friday night in Brixton you may well encounter the Street Pastors,...

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 is top of the hops

Brixton’s status as a key transport hub was confirmed today (12 September) when Transport for London announced that bus stop P, one of several...

Brixton Calling – We meet BID director Michael Smith

What is the Brixton BID? Delores Williams finds out from director Michael Smith. Listen in yourself …     People, like myself, may see the word BID...

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