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Anthony Padgett with his sculpture of Vincent van Gogh
8 November, 2018, No comments

The first public sculpture of Vincent van Gogh in Britain is to be installed in Brixton’s Van Gogh Walk later this month. The great Dutch artist lived in nearby Hackford […]

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Award for Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Mahamed Hashi

7 November, 2018, No comments

Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Dr Mahamed Hashi has won this year’s Local Government Information Unit Community Champion Award for local councillors. ...

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Local and global – the Brixton Review of Books

5 November, 2018, No comments

Brixton’s thriving literary scene has a new presence – the Brixton Review of Books. Grace Waters turns the pages With an ethos of making literatur ...

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BRIXTON LEGAL: Children, parents and the law

4 November, 2018, No comments

Pam Douglas is a solicitor with local firm Wainwright and Cummins. Each month, her column takes a common legal issue and explains it for readers In ye ...

  • Brixton at tipping point
    31 October, 2018, 2 Comments

    Brixton is at a “tipping point” says campaigners against noise and anti-social behaviour in the centre of town. They say that, while it is becoming a “drunken tourism” zone from […]