Tag: Windrush Square

Brixton Design Trail launches with free community event

Get your creative juices flowing and help shape this year’s Brixton Design Trail. The team who put Brixton on the map last year as...

Clean up squad tackles Brixton’s grot spots

A team of volunteers filled 19 sacks with rubbish collected off the streets of Brixton as part of Keep Britain Tidy weekend (3-5 March). Brixton...

Brixton’s Urban Art Fair could fold over road closure charges

Organisers of Brixton’s Urban Art Fair – one of the events that has helped to boost Brixton’s reputation as a creative powerhouse since it...

Police seek witnesses after 18-year-old run down and stabbed in Brixton

Detectives investigating last night’s stabbing in Brixton – which left the 18-year-old victim in a critical condition – are appealing for witnesses and information. Police...

Celebrate Brixton’s xmas lights and shop at the Christmas market

Christmas in Brixton kicks off this Friday 2 December at 6pm Tunstall Rd at the Xmas tree. Lambeth's mayor will welcome Levi Roots who will switch...

Don’t miss Brixton’s enterprise bus

Hatch Enterprise CEO Dirk Bischof invites local entrepreneurs to get on board the enterprise bus in Brixton Starting a business can change your life and...

Is the council listening? Leader Lib Peck says it is

Future Lambeth is an ambitious five-year plan for the borough. Bugle editor Linda Quinn asked council leader Lib Peck how she plans to square...

Brixton memorial for West Indian service men and women

The sixth annual parade organised by the Clapham-based West Indian Association of Service Personnel to remember the service and sacrifice of African Caribbean and...

Ritzy workers to strike again for living wage

Ritzy Cinema workers in Brixton are to revive a campaign of strikes to press their demand to be paid the London living wage – currently...

Windrush Square clean-up seeks volunteers

Local community groups are asking volunteers to donate two hours of litter picking, weeding, watering and bulb planting in Windrush Square on Friday 30 September. Tools and...

Police seek help with Brixton stabbing

Police in Brixton are appealing for information and witnesses after a 25-year-old man was stabbed in an unprovoked attack. Police were called by the ambulance...

Join The Beast of Brixton in Windrush Square

Brixton based theatre company Beautiful Mess is organising an outdoor art event made with local people with learning disabilities at 2pm tomorrow (Monday 8...

Africa Emancipation Day march will start from Windrush Square

People taking part in the third annual African emancipation day reparations march will gather in Windrush Square from 10am tomorrow (1 August). The march...

Brixton forum anger over Windrush toilets

Anger over the continuing lack of public toilets in Brixton and the resulting fouling of homes and streets dominated the annual general meeting of...

Brixton Calling: Meet Unity choirleader Xenia Davis

Delores William talks to Xenia Davis, who organised Singing for Unity in Windrush Square at the weekend On Saturday the choir of Sing Out Streatham sang...

Singing for unity

Windrush Square saw and heard a musical celebration of diversity as local choir leader Xenia Davis of Sing Out Streatham led local people in simple songs from around the...

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