Brixton fruit and veg stall
May 3, 2016, No comments

Brixton Market Traders Federation is appealing for help to restore the historic barrows of Brixton Market and to keep its unique character alive. A fundraising target of £13,600 needs to be […]


Fete with a difference for Brockwell Park

May 3, 2016, No comments

Brockwell Park is to host a fete with a difference on bank holiday Sunday 29 May. Gala will celebrate London’s music, food and drink. Organise ...

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Brixton celebrates its beer, bread and windmill

May 2, 2016, No comments

Friends of Windmill Gardens and Brixton Brewery got together to host Brixton’s first beer and bread festival as part of the celebrations for the 200 ...

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Brixton Village traders evicted

May 1, 2016, 1 Comment

Rent disputes saw two traders evicted from Brixton Village last week as rising prices put further pressure on independent business. Locks were changed ...

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    Pop Brixton birthday party
    May 1, 2016, No comments

    Pop Brixton is one year old next month and is planning four days of celebration starting on Thursday 2 June: THURSDAY: Pop Feast Birthday Special – eight-course tasting menu from contributors including Mama’s […]

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    Design district status for Brixton
    April 29, 2016, No comments

    Brixton’s status as the London Design Festival’s newest design district puts it alongside Clerkenwell, Shoreditch, Chelsea and Islington in status in the creative world. Planning has begun for this year’s […]

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    Shakespeare inspires library protesters
    April 22, 2016, No comments

    Friends of Carnegie Library will mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare and the fifteenth day since the protest occupation of the library ended with a pop-up event […]

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    Council ‘has always backed Garden Bridge’
    April 22, 2016, 1 Comment

    Lambeth council has always supported in principle the controversial pedestrian-only Garden Bridge across the Thames, the council’s cabinet member for regeneration said last night (21 April). Councillor Jack Hopkins was […]