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Stand Up to Racism banner at Calais collection on Windrush Square
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September 14, 2016, No comments

Stand Up To Racism campaigners and local residents gathered in Windrush Square last Saturday (10 September) to collect donations for the refugee camp in Calais, France. They received canned food, […]

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Meet the Advocacy Academy

September 11, 2016, No comments

Meet the Advocacy Adademy – young people on a mission to tackle some big problems. Founder Amelia Viney invited the Brixton Blog and Bugle to Parl ...

Hatch entrepreneurs graduation at Brixton East

Hatch entrepreneurs graduate at Brixton East

September 2, 2016, No comments

Twelve weeks of intensive training, mentoring and support paid off for Hatch’s incubator programme graduates as they pitched their business plans to ...

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Lambeth college students celebrate exam success

August 28, 2016, No comments

Lambeth College BTEC students celebrated their success after receiving their results, writes Chidi Ogundu. Most of the students achieved the grades th ...

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    Brixton pupils create art around local heritage
    July 14, 2016, Comments Off on Brixton pupils create art around local heritage

    Local school children from Hill Mead Primary and Evelyn Grace Academy took part in a project to learn about and connect with their local heritage, concentrating on Brixton Market and […]

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    Girl power at the Rec as new sports programme launches
    July 11, 2016, Comments Off on Girl power at the Rec as new sports programme launches

    Over 120 girls from schools across Lambeth came together at Brixton Rec for the launch of “This Girl Can”, a programme designed to encourage girls to participate in sport. The […]

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    Calais and the crisis of solidarity
    July 6, 2016, Comments Off on Calais and the crisis of solidarity

    How ridiculous our borders and boundaries are  – Leonie Rousham reflects on a visit to the Jungle refugee camp in Calais The refugee crisis is both real and personal and […]

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    Brixton school to host key education conference
    June 15, 2016, Comments Off on Brixton school to host key education conference

      Brixton’s Hill Mead primary school on the Moorlands/Somerleyton estate is preparing to play an important role at the heart of the age-old and ongoing debate about teaching methods. It will hold […]