July 25, 2014, 1 Comment

Should you give money to beggars in London streets or not? Brixtonite Reya El-Salahi writes about begging in Lambeth and her experiences of presenting ‘Beggar Off‘, a documentary for London Live about [...]

Part of the Brixton Hill campus of Lambeth College is to be redeveloped as a catholic free school

IN FOCUS: Lambeth College, a ‘Catholic’ free school, and a whole lot of fuss

May 30, 2014, 6 Comments

    By Katie Lathan, reporter The sale of Lambeth College’s Brixton Hill campus has been the subject of much controversy over the past few ...

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Lambeth council cabinet shake-up creates two new deputy leaders

May 29, 2014, 2 Comments

The leader of Lambeth council has created two new deputy leader roles in a post-election cabinet shake-up. Labour leader, cllr Lib Peck, has appointed ...


The Faces of Cressingham – Part Five: Meet Sara

May 10, 2014, 2 Comments

Part five of a series in which our Features Editor, Keith Lewis, along with Photographer, Jeannine Mansell, meet some of the residents of Cressingham ...

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    New playwriting festival for Lambeth
    April 1, 2014, 15 Comments

      A playwriting festival for new writers in Lambeth has been launched by a local theatre company. Sixteen Feet Theatre, who do performances every summer in the Brockwell Park walled gardens, are [...]