By Georgia Hussey Health inequality in Lambeth has caused a huge gap in life expectancy between the richest and poorest in the borough, a local councillor warned this week. Jim [...]
By Tim Dickens, co-editor When I first saw talk of a Brixton-based reality television show, alarm bells rang. It’s the kind of story that will g ...
By James Cornish The campaign for a pedestrian crossing on Brixton Water Lane ended successfully last night when Sainsbury’s agreed to cover the £100,000 bill. The supermarket chain is building [...]
By Isabel Hope-Urwin Regular readers may already know of Stockwell’s Edible Bus Stop which Brixton Blog has visited before. Well last weekend it had its official opening as one of London’s [...]
Residents of a Brixton housing co-operative threatened with eviction have been given more time to defend against the bid to remove them. A judge at Lambeth County Court today adjourned [...]
Clinton House, the substantial Victorian house gutted by fire today, was the former home of the author Dennis Wheatley. Firefighters were called to the derelict building at 4pm today, where [...]