All posts tagged Lambeth Council

Rae Stoltenkamp (right) with Ruskin Readers member Tracey Cameron
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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 Market Row exterior

New Brixton market owner wants ‘conversation’ with community

March 25, 2018, No comments

Hondo Enterprises, which announced its purchase – together with “investors” – of Brixton Market on Friday (23 March), is buying both the lease ...

Marcella scene

Brixton features in TV crime series

March 5, 2018, No comments

Tonight’s (5 March) episode of Marcella, the British TV crime series created by Hans Rosenfeldt of The Bridge fame, will have scenes familiar to Sou ...

Child in Superman Costume at Brixton Green meeting

Brixton Green launches campaign for council support

March 5, 2018, No comments

Brixton Green, the com­mun­ity body seeking to build affordable rented homes on a redeveloped Somerleyton Road, is organising a public meeting  on ...

  • Children library protesters
    Carnegie library opens some of its doors again
    February 15, 2018, Comments Off on Carnegie library opens some of its doors again

    The Carnegie library building in Herne Hill was partially re-opened this afternoon (15 February) as work to excavate its basement continued. Protesters from the Defend the Ten campaign rallied outside, […]

  • Brixton’s new Santander cycles
    February 12, 2018, Comments Off on Brixton’s new Santander cycles

    Brixton’s first cycle hire docking stations are due to open today (12 February). A total of seven are opening in an expansion of the scheme to southern Lambeth, after a […]

  • Club 414 celebration
    Brixton’s Club 414 celebrates community value recognition
    January 18, 2018, Comments Off on Brixton’s Club 414 celebrates community value recognition

    Club 414 proprietors Louise Barron and Tony Pommell have, at last, something to celebrate in their seemingly continual struggle to keep alive a venue that means so much to Brixton. […]