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Carnegie library candlelight protest

Library campaigners and local residents will stage a candle-lit procession to the closed Carnegie library in Herne Hill tonight (31 August), starting at 8.30pm...

Successful Carnegie library bidder still opposes gym

The organisation selected by Lambeth council to take community ownership of the Carnegie library in Herne Hill says that alterations being made to it...

Unfinished business: Llewelyn’s

Carina Murphy hits and misses at Llewelyn’s When Llewelyn’s opened in Herne Hill in an enviable location on Station Square, home of the popular Sunday...

Home From Home: The Commercial

An evening at Herne Hill’s The Commercial Remember the good old days when pubs were just blokes, beers, fags, pork scratchings and scantily clad page...

GALA Festival returns – lessons learned

GALA Festival 2016 was an ambitious attempt to create a completely independent music, food and drink festival in Brockwell Park. But not everything went to...

Carnegie library planning go‑ahead

Lambeth council’s planning committee last night backed an application to excavate the basement of the Carnegie library in Herne Hill so that it can...

Shout (sculpt) it from the rooftop!

Commuters along one of South London’s busiest rail links have a new piece of public art to contemplate thanks to children from Christ Church...

Brixton Reviews: First Aid Box

By Nikki Griffiths Themes are like Marmite - usually you love or you hate them. But I fail to see how anyone could not love...

Herne Hill Free Film Festival returns for 2016

2015’s Herne Hill Free Film Festival showcased more than 50 films over May to over 3,000 attendees, and is set to return on the...

Library campaigners rally in Herne Hill

Lambeth libraries campaigners gathered outside Herne Hill station this morning in the hope of confronting Labour party members due to assemble there to campaign...

Local musicians and celebs unite to save Half Moon Pub

A pop-up music festival in support of the Half Moon Pub saw local musicians take to the streets of Herne Hill. Campaigner Peter Blair reports on...

Festival to save The Half Moon pub

This Saturday (5th March) local residents and live music fans will protest the closure of The Half Moon pub in Herne Hill as a music...

‘They are meant to be a charity, but they’re just greedy’

Mamusu Kallon and photographer Sebastian Morrison record the latest local protest against huge rent rises that are driving out independent enterprises More than 300 children,...

Brixton music news – February 2016

Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. Bowie celebrated around Brixton Brixton became the focus for...

Lost Film Foundation review – visuals with a grunge kick

Peter Blair reviews Lost Film Foundation and the Flowing at Off The Cuff Bar, Herne Hill. Movies backdrops are back! The increasingly bearded and achingly...

Half Moon pub to reopen after nearly three years

Herne Hill locals campaigning to retain the Half Moon as a music pub have been given new hope by the announcement that the pub is finally...

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