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May 24, 2016, No comments

Ayesha Casely-Hayford, Brixton based solicitor and actress, shares her new project “Afro Archives A Performers World” Watch on YouTube On set last year, I met a couple of actresses and we got […]

Bikes in Brixton

Confessions of a former bike thief

May 14, 2016, 11 Comments

Richard Cantle, founder of Stolen Ride, the London-based website that helps victims of bike theft recover their rides, talks to a reformed thief  So, ...

Late evening singsong

Inside the Carnegie sit-in

April 1, 2016, 6 Comments

Megan Roberts, whose Ode to Carnegie Library moved so many people, reports from the library sit-in Don’t miss her pictures at the end of the pos ...

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Young entrepreneurs and their Big Ideas

March 10, 2016, Comments Off on Young entrepreneurs and their Big Ideas

Lambeth’s young entrepreneurs faced a Dragons’ Den style judging panel in a bid to win funding for their businesses during Capita’s Your Big Ide ...

  • Rosendale tenants at orchard planting
    Community orchard planted in ‘secret garden’ in Lambeth
    March 4, 2016, Comments Off on Community orchard planted in ‘secret garden’ in Lambeth

    By Celia Buzuk Tenants of Rosendale Gardens Estate in West Dulwich have transformed a forgotten area of the 1950s council estate into their first ever community orchard. The project is […]

  • Community work space
    Project plans to rethink Brixton workspace
    February 4, 2016, 1 Comment

    As rents in Brixton soar and workplaces become luxury flats, Lambeth council has launched a project – Brixton Works – designed to boost the availability of cheap workspaces for start-ups. […]

  • Bowie mural becomes memorial as flowers are left by fans
    David Bowie and the strange power of celebrity deaths
    February 1, 2016, Comments Off on David Bowie and the strange power of celebrity deaths

    By Jessica Prupas, a Canadian writer now living in London I, like many others, made the pilgrimage to Brixton the day after David Bowie’s death.  There was a heaviness to […]

  • Kids play computer games in library
    Lambeth libraries – the alternative plan
    January 22, 2016, 6 Comments

    Alan Slingsby looks at the alternative plan for Lambeth’s libraries put forward by the head of library services The alternative plan [PDF download] for Lambeth’s libraries put forward by Susanna […]

  • Lambeth College's Journalism Department was recognised as the best fast-track further education course in the UK at last year's NCTJ Skills Conference. Journalism tutor Roz McKenzie was presented with the award by ITV journalist and presenter Mark Austin at the NCTJ Awards Ceremony in November.
    Award-winning Lambeth College journalism course looking for students
    January 21, 2016, Comments Off on Award-winning Lambeth College journalism course looking for students

    A local journalism training course that regularly turns out with award-winning students is recruiting for its next round of courses. And you could join one straight out of school. Students […]