Bang! We've just launched a Crowdfunding campaign - it's our way of asking for the community's help. Basically, we want to raise £15'000 to pay a new, experienced part-time journalist to help us take our coverage to the next level.
We started the Brixton Blog because of a passion for … Continue reading →
Brixton is a place of many surprises and unexpected finds. Few grab people's attention more than the fact it's got great connections to the chocolate industry in the UK. Not only is there the Chocolate Museum on Ferndale Road, but Brixton was the inspiration for one of Britain's most … Continue reading →
The jam-packed April 2015 edition of the Brixton Bugle, the free community newspaper for Brixton, is out today.
Twenty four pages of news, features and sport includes coverage of the council's controversial Culture 2020 consultation and the latest from Cressingham Gardens. There's also a … Continue reading →
The inaugural RealLife Photography Awards will be presented to Lambeth College photography students who have captured "personal moments in Londoners' lives".
The awards will take place on on Thursday March 26 at Block 336 Gallery in Brixton.
17 photographs will be on display representing … Continue reading →
Here is the latest on the Sporting Crabs and their progress in the Southern Sunday League from guest blogger and Daily Crab editor @DavyGibson.
A stitch in time saves nine, so they say, but nothing could save nine-man Sporting Crabs as they struggled to withstand Wimbledon Town’s second … Continue reading →
The first tenants are set to move into the flats once occupied by squatters on Rushcroft Road, Brixton.
In July 2013 there were violent clashes between protesters and the bailiffs forcibly removing squatters from the six blocks of Victorian flats on the street.
At the time one … Continue reading →