Brixton Bugle

Brixton Bugle cover Nov 18The Brixton Bugle is a free community newspaper. More than 12,000 copies of each issue are printed and distributed.

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22 Comments on "Brixton Bugle"

  1. Susan 11 October, 2018 at 11:54 am · Reply

    Hi,can anyone let me no how much profit Lambeth council are making from parking tickets 2018.

  2. Lucy 31 August, 2018 at 6:16 pm · Reply


    I m emailing to introduce myself, I have just moved into an office space in Tulse Hill offering interior design services as well as selling made to measure curtains and blinds, soft furnishing and upholstery making , planation shutters, carpet and much more. would like you to add me to your free paper and place an advert in there for me if possible.?

    Please call me on 07957088870 to discuss.

    Kind regards

  3. carla 21 July, 2018 at 11:16 am · Reply

    I have emailed my complaint to Friends of Brockwell Park and Lambeth Council. You may be doing an article on the country show and want to include how it has effected locals so I have copied my complaint below in hope that it is published as others in the community may be abke to relate to it.

    I am not sure what powers you may have (if any) as an organisation on events such as ‘country show’ but hope that my concerns do not go in vein as I know not where else to raise my complaint.
    My parents used to take me to the country show every year and I have continued this tradition with my children. I feel as though I have been excluded from the entire event this year due to the new entry restrictions. I have six children all aged 13 and under. I am also a carer for my partner who would not have been able to visit the country show. It would have been a well deserved treat for my children to visit the country show but written restrictions states that the ratio must be four children to each adult. This means that I will not be allowed entry with my children and this is unfair. Brockwell Park is my local and I believe that events should benefit and consider the needs of the local community at minimum. I hope that this message will influence a change for next year.

  4. Michelle Killington 25 November, 2017 at 12:46 pm · Reply

    Hi I am a local resident in Lambeth of over 40 years. I am starting up a group and am trying to raise awareness of my project which I hope will be dotted around Lambeth in community type spaces. I have been successful in securing a place in South Lambeth library, with the first event taking place in January.

    Depending on the success of the event they are going to be scheduled in quarterly. As the timing of the event is in the day time my target audience will be the elderly and those who have disabilities who are unable to work. Posters have been displayed at the library however I want to reach more people.

    Can you please help me by placing my poster in your paper for free? I do not have anyou money to pay for advertising

    I have been liaising with other venues in the hope to bring my idea to a wider audience.

    I am aware there is an interest as I have done market research by setting up an online meet up group. I currently have 36 followers. The name of my group is called The Appreciation of Good Music

    My followers will become demotivated if I don’t start getting places to meet up very soon.

    I do hope you can help me. Please can you email me in order for me to share with you my poster.


  5. Timothy Robinson 22 September, 2017 at 5:21 pm · Reply

    I have won Mr classic British Empire Pageant fashion 2017, and would love to be publish in my local newspaper

  6. Timothy Robinson 22 September, 2017 at 5:19 pm · Reply

    Hi I won the British Empire Pageant fashion show, i would like to be published in the local newspaper

  7. Festus Wanogho 9 July, 2016 at 3:34 pm · Reply

    I just read your July issue and never knew we have this publication. We are having a community Bbq event at max Roach Park in angell town on the 16th of July in honour of the homeless and people with alcohol and drug problems. The Mayor and the police and others will be there. Will you be able to cover the event for your next issue.

  8. Asmita Patel 3 March, 2016 at 6:16 pm · Reply

    I am a community pharmacist and would like to discuss the plight of community pharmacies regarding the government funding cuts

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