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January 30, 2018, No comments

Writing in the Brixton Bugle earlier this month Mums for Lungs, the grassroots air pollution campaign said air pollution on the Brixon Road although better was still very bad. What […]

New year – new business?

January 19, 2018, No comments

(sponsored blogpost) You might not see yourself as a high powered entrepreneur, but you may have a small dream of turning an idea or special skill in ...

Sinead and Simon from mental health charity Mosaic are running the marathon to raise funds

Spare a new year resolution for a good local cause

December 15, 2017, Comments Off on Spare a new year resolution for a good local cause

Local charities day comes around every year on 15 December. This year, Mosaic, a Brixton-based mental health charity, is appealing for support. If you ...

Appeal to donate through the Big Give to South London Carers

South London Cares launches Christmas challenge to tackle loneliness

November 24, 2017, Comments Off on South London Cares launches Christmas challenge to tackle loneliness

The Brixton-based charity South London Cares that brings together younger and older neighbours is launching its Winter Wellbeing project. The annual p ...

  • Campaign to get older people on bikes
    November 1, 2017, Comments Off on Campaign to get older people on bikes

    Cycle Training UK, Lambeth council and SW9 Community Housing, will launch the Silver Cycling project on 8 November 4 – 6pm. It is designed to get older people to exercise […]

  • Participants in keep fit for the Over 40s: Fitter Ever After
    New entrepreneur seeks older clients
    October 6, 2017, Comments Off on New entrepreneur seeks older clients

    Fitter Ever After is a new start up business founded by David Cusick. Riyal Patel finds out you’re never to old to enjoy a workout. David Cusick started Fitter Ever […]

  • Brixton map poster
    Brixton gets a new walking map
    September 19, 2017, 1 Comment

    Brixton is one of three areas covered in new limited edition maps issued by Transport for London (TfL) to mark the tenth anniversary of its Legible London signage. The fold-out […]

  • Electric Avenue
    We are Brixton. Why should we move out?
    September 5, 2017, 5 Comments

      Residents of central Brixton have launched a campaign– Sleepless Brixton – to demand action to control increasing levels of noise and anti-social behaviour. This is why … Sleepless Brixton […]

  • Charlie Wright
    Local mental health worker climbs Kilimanjaro for charity
    September 4, 2017, Comments Off on Local mental health worker climbs Kilimanjaro for charity

    A local worker for mental health charity Certitude will be undertaking a sponsored climb up Kilimanjaro in September. Brixton resident Charlie Wright will be heading 6000 meters up the Tanzanian […]