Keep Britain Tidy are launching a campaign to clean up litter across the UK over the weekend of 3-5 March. Brixton’s local McDonalds is supporting the clean up and a […]
Brixton Neighbourhood Forum has secured funding for a series of FREE courses open to community and voluntary sector organisations and those involved i ...
Ruth Burge-Thomas, parish priest of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Clapham, welcomed members of local faith groups, the mayor of Lambeth and two newly arrived refugee families from Syria […]
Hill Mead primary school has made it to the last four in the Literacy School of the Year Award. Assessors from the UK Literary Association visited the school to meet […]
Lambeth council is seeking views on how to improve the layout of Atlantic Road at two public workshops. The workshops on a potential new street design are being held at 4.00 […]
Freddie the Fridge, London’s first community fridge launched yesterday (Wednesday 8) at Pop Brixton, writes Susan Sheehan. Photographs Sebastian Wood. The People’s Fridge is a public fridge where local businesses […]
Details, including an RAF fly-past, have been announced of the high-profile unveiling of the memorial to Black Commonwealth servicemen and women who fought in the first and second world wars […]
Extra parking charges for drivers of diesel vehicles, closure of the Popes Road toilets and the loss of half term playgroups are among a long list of measures that Lambeth council’s […]