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WW1 West Indian soldiers in Seaford
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January 15, 2018, No comments

The Foresters of Trinidad meet the Foresters of Seaford Brixton’s African Caribbean war memorial in Windrush Square gives long overdue recognition to servicemen and women who fought for Britain. But, […]

Volunteers packing food items at storage depot

Brixton and Norwood foodbank Christmas appeal

December 14, 2017, 1 Comment

Local people have donated 61 tonnes of food to the Norwood and Brixton foodbank in 2017 and more than 200 have volunteered, the foodbank said in a Chr ...

Trial Lawyer in film made by Lawyers in the Soup Kitchen

Brixton lawyers who turn nobody away

December 10, 2017, No comments

 Lawyers in the Soup Kitchen recently made the first ever film to be allowed in the Royal Courts of Justice. The organisation Twanieka Alcindor launc ...

Brixton Brewery beer bottles

Brixton Brewery expansion could mean 30 new local jobs

December 9, 2017, No comments

Brixton Brewery is to partner with Heineken UK in a deal that will enable it to create about 30 new jobs locally and to expand into new premises in M ...

  • Domino tournament
    Brixton Domino club happy to comply on licensing
    December 8, 2017, No comments

    Lambeth council’s licensing sub-committee, which in December considered an application by the Metropolitan police to review the Brixton Domino Club’s certificate that included several allegations of violent and criminal activity [&helli ...

  • Lacey resident of Electric Avenue
    Electric Avenue resident Bea says times have changed
    November 1, 2017, Comments Off on Electric Avenue resident Bea says times have changed

    Bea, who has lived in Electric Avenue in central Brixton for 50 years, spoke to the Brixton Bugle and Blog about her life there and how change has affected her […]

  • Council leader Lib Peck attended the Miranda Brawn lecture
    Council sets out its plans to tackle inequality in borough
    November 1, 2017, Comments Off on Council sets out its plans to tackle inequality in borough

    Lambeth council has set out how it will start to implement proposals from s report on tackling inequality in the borough. It is the 44th most deprived out of 326 […]

  • Helen Hayes MP
    Noise campaigners meet MP and council
    October 31, 2017, Comments Off on Noise campaigners meet MP and council

    A first meeting between Sleepless Brixton campaigners against noise and nuisance in the town centre, Lambeth council, Transport for London and the police took place last month. “It feels like […]

  • Stacks of old cinema reels
    Cinema museum appeals for help
    October 31, 2017, Comments Off on Cinema museum appeals for help

    The Cinema Museum in Kennington, housed in the old Lambeth Workhouse, where Charlie Chaplin was sent as a child, is under threat. The museum’s lease expires in March next year. […]