Brixton’s 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is starting a new project Voices From the Front Line, for 13–25-year-olds. It will explore Brixton’s heritage and, in particular, the political and social history […]
Nick Buglione continues a journey through time with his recollections of Brixton – this month, the noughties Sooner or later, we grow up and cast a ...
Romantics may wish to avoid a comprehensive new book about the River Effra. Even before the late nineties arts project Platform ran a convincing but e ...
Historic England today (3 November) announced Grade II listing for two Brixton landmarks – the Rec and the sculpture Platforms Piece on Brixton overground station’s platforms Another Lambeth landmark, the […]
Traders and supporters of Brixton Market gathered last night to celebrate the refurbishment of four of the market’s remaining traditional barrows. Only about half a dozen of what was once […]
A crowd gathered on Windrush Square to pay tribute to Norma Williamson, a tireless community campaigner who recently passed way after a short illness, writes Nubian Jak Norma was honoured with a […]
Friends of Brixton’s historic market barrows will tomorrow (15 September) celebrate the completion of the project to restore them to their former glory. Friends of the barrows, including people who […]