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Rae Stoltenkamp (right) with Ruskin Readers member Tracey Cameron
April 14, 2018, No comments

Writer Rae Stoltenkamp on returning to the re-opened Carnegie library near her home in Herne Hill I’ve been avoiding Carnegie Library since Lambeth council announced its so-called re-opening. This morning […]

Brixton Road breaches annual air pollution limit in one month

January 30, 2018, 1 Comment

Writing in the Brixton Bugle earlier this month Mums for Lungs, the grassroots air pollution campaign said air pollution on the Brixon Road although b ...

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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 aff ...

Pollution protest on the Brixton Road

Sorry … But we had to act over the deadly pollution in Brixton

October 5, 2017, 2 Comments

Local resident Jemima Hartshorn, founder of Mums for Lungs, explains why she joined others to block Brixton Road last month. First of all, I would lik ...

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    Peace festival comes to south London
    September 15, 2017, Comments Off on Peace festival comes to south London

    A South London venue will be the base for a peace festival next week that will join with others all over the world to celebrate 21 September – World Peace […]

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    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 […]

  • Air Pollution above Lambeth
    Brixton’s Criminal Air
    January 31, 2017, Comments Off on Brixton’s Criminal Air

    Simon Still calls for bold action from politicians as Brixton leads the UK in pollution caused by cars and commercial vehicles Brixton was in the news at the start of […]