Somerleyton passage transformed
October 9, 2015, No comments

As the debate rages over the future of Brixton, Helen Reid examines the background to a redevelopment scheme that hopes to avoid both the downside of gentrification and the isolation […]

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Brixton refugee effort mobilises thousands

September 13, 2015, 2 Comments

Brixton resident Kate Coggins has created a movement across South London mobilising aid for refugees in Calais, Greece and Italy. Helen Reid spoke to ...

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COMMENT: Who Are They Feeding? Food Markets Are Not The Saviour of London’s Poor

July 8, 2015, 47 Comments

By Rebecca May Johnson Henry Dimbleby and Jonathan Downey’s new mega gastro-enterprise London Union positions food markets as the saviour of “dere ...

Stonewall chairman Liam Jarnecki (left) with Aslie Pitter MBE

The thought of gay men playing football just blew people’s minds – Meet Stonewall FC’s Aslie Pitter MBE

June 27, 2015, No comments

Thousands of people took to the streets of London today to celebrate Pride in London 2015, the biggest one-day gathering and celebration of the capita ...

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    Mission Possible event at Impact Hub Brixton
    June 19, 2015, No comments

    Through events, meet ups and more, Mission Possible aims to inspire, connect and help grow enterprises in Lambeth that are working towards creating positive social and environmental impact. Still, there is [...]

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    Meet Brixton’s estate agents
    April 29, 2015, 1 Comment

    After a small group smashed the local Foxtons window, Brixton’s estate agents are at the fore of anti-gentrification concerns.  Kate Corry spoke to local estate agents to see how the weekend’s events [...]