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21 September, 2018, No comments

Pam Douglas is a solicitor with local firm Wainwright & Cummins. Each month, her column takes a common legal issue and explains it for readers   Over the years, I […]

Brixton tube escalator with new mural above

New artwork at station pays homage to Brixton’s murals

20 September, 2018, No comments

Art on the Underground unveiled its latest commission at Brixton tube station today (20 September). The work Remain, Thriving  by artist Njideka Akun ...

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Sign up for the next Brixton Syrian supper club

19 September, 2018, No comments

Enjoy a delicious dinner, live music, and support a good cause at the same time.  The next Syrian Supper Club takes place in Brixton on 29 September ...

Steadman with his mother

Afewee founder Steadman Scott’s Biggest Surprise

18 September, 2018, No comments

Steadman Scott, founder of Brixton’s renowned Afewee Academy, will feature on prime-time TV this Saturday (22 September) when he is honoured by the ...

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    Brockwell Park hosts young musicians
    16 September, 2018, 2 Comments

    This year’s remarkable weather saved one if its best days to add to the magic of a Brockwell Park music festival with a difference today (16 September). All the performers […]

  • Celebrating: (l-r) Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich & West Norwood; Coldharbour ward councillor Donates Anyanwu; Scarlett O'Hara; and Coldharbour councillor Emma Nye
    Labour win Coldharbour ward by‑election
    14 September, 2018, 1 Comment

    Labour candidate Scarlett O’Hara last night (13 September) held a Coldharbour ward council seat for her party in a Brixton by-election. But Green Party candidate Michael Groce added a significant […]

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    Brixton is top of the hops
    12 September, 2018, No comments

    Brixton’s status as a key transport hub was confirmed today (12 September) when Transport for London announced that bus stop P, one of several near the Tube, is used for […]

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    Network Rail arches sold
    10 September, 2018, No comments

    The new owners of thousands of railway arches, including those in Brixton and Herne Hill that are currently being controversially refurbished, have pledged to “remain particularly sensitive to the small […]