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Lambeth council update: help and support during coronavirus crisis

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Lambeth Council has worked with its community partners to rapidly increase support for vulnerable people in the community, and boost community resilience in the...

Are you experiencing domestic abuse? The Gaia Centre is open

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Are you experiencing domestic abuse? You are not alone Survivors of domestic abuse may feel particularly alone and at risk during self-isolation. If you’re in...

Financial Support Available for Brixton Businesses

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Business Grants Local businesses who believe they are eligible for the business grants of £10,000 or £25,000 need to complete a short form required by...

Helpline launch to support residents most vulnerable to coronavirus

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A helpline for people who are over 70 or have an existing medical condition which makes them more vulnerable to coronavirus was launched today...

Lambeth council statement on coronavirus

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Cllr Ed Davie, Lambeth council cabinet member for health and adult social care, said: “As everyone can see Coronavirus is a huge challenge to...

Brixton home for Ovalhouse theatre a step closer

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Ovalhouse Theatre’s move from Kennington to Brixton took a step closer at a topping out ceremony at the site of the new theatre on...

Mosaic Clubhouse, a place of comfort and encouragement

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Despite being part of a global movement Brixton’s Mosaic Clubhouse is unique in England. Ruby Gregory investigates. Sitting on Effra Road is Mosaic Clubhouse, a...

Residents air concerns over Streatham terror attack

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Two of London’s 12 bail hostels are in Lambeth, a meeting of more than 100 Streatham residents heard last week. They also heard and expressed...

Council approves new safety measures for Acre Lane

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Lambeth council has approved a series of safety measures to address the high numbers of collisions on Acre Lane. The council proposed altering the entry...

A shout-out for help with Brixton’s roads crisis

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Joel De Mowbray, walking and cycling policy lead for Lambeth council, urges you to get involved with plans to make local streets safer As a...

Nour petition urges support for its fight to retain a central...

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Nour Cash & Carry, for many the beating heart of Brixton’s markets, has launched a petition against the notice to quit it has received...

If Nour can go, what else could we lose?

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Miss South, whose books, and recipes and reviews for the Bugle and Blog, did so much to put Brixton’s food traders on the map,...

Plan for 21-storey office tower in central Brixton

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Plans for a 21-storey tower in central Brixton have been unveiled by the owners of Brixton Village and Market Row. It would sit on the...

Brixton is home to London’s first shared electric van

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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...

Duke of Edinburgh licence agreed after concessions

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In a decision seen by many as crucial for the future of Brixton’s important night-time economy, and for its overall future development, Lambeth council’s...

Local café wins first for healthy food choice

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Families in Lambeth now have a way to find healthy food when they’re out and about thanks to an award scheme that recognises food...

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