Brixton sewage pipes being repaired.
April 14, 2015, 9 Comments

Brixton Blog contributor Aimee Treasure is worried about Brixton’s sewage pipes and frequent flooding, and here writes about her own recent such experience. As the election looms, the main parties [...]


INTERVIEW: Margot Waggoner, Leftovers

April 8, 2015, No comments

  Julie Carolan met with Margot Waggoner, founder and owner of Leftovers Brixton, to find out all about how it began… Hi! Tell us about Lef ...


Brixton Pound announces John Major as new face of B£5

April 1, 2015, 1 Comment

Brixton Pound has announced a new face on their notes: Sir John Major. The Brixton-born British Conservative politician, who served as Prime Minister ...

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Tom’s music mission is a big hit with schools

March 30, 2015, No comments

Features Editor Katrin Magnussen meets the man behind local charity, School Ground Sounds, to find out how he’s changing the lives of young, musical ...

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    Lambeth Council helps out The Gunman
    March 17, 2015, No comments

    If you plan to watch Sean Penn’s new film, The Gunman, which opens this Friday, March 20, look out for the cemetery scene. The Lambeth Council’s cemetery management team helped [...]

  • Brixton City Farm day by Liam N. Cohen
    Will Brixton City Farm be a reality?
    March 14, 2015, 3 Comments

    “It all started when I house sat for a friend who keeps quails in his kitchen. I got hooked,” Tamara Russell, the chair of Brixton City Farm tells Brixton Blog’s [...]

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    Brixton Recipes: Iberian Baked Beans
    March 12, 2015, No comments

    Brixton is becoming well known for its links with the Iberian peninsula thanks to the large Portuguese population and newer Spanish residents. Stores like A&C Deli on Atlantic Road and [...]