By Rebecca May Johnson Henry Dimbleby and Jonathan Downey’s new mega gastro-enterprise London Union positions food markets as the saviour of “derelict” neighbourhoods with the alleged aim of bringing “communities [...]
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 ...
Tens of thousands people took part in mass yoga sessions to mark the first ever International Day of Yoga today. More than 35,000 people in the India ...
Sunday 17 May is the chance to visit five of South London’s beautiful parks in one go, as part of the ’5 Parks Walk’. The walk, which sets off [...]
“There is nothing like this in Lambeth,” says Gary French, and explains why he decided to introduce substance-free dance event ‘The Service’. A nurse at Brixton’s Lorraine Hewitt House, Gary [...]
Brixton Blog contributor Aimee Treasure is worried about Brixton’s sewage pipes and frequent flooding, and here writes about her own recent such experience. As the election looms, the main parties [...]
A reader just sent in this description of Brixton in Nairn’s London from 1966. It’s a brilliant piece of writing about what Brixton was in the 1960s and, nearly fifty years [...]