SAVE OUR SHOPS: Cllr Jack Hopkins believes “progress has been made”

Lambeth Councillor Jack Hopkins says he believes there has been “some progress” for the shops in Brixton’s arches facing eviction. In a blog post on the Future...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: posters available to show your support

Posters are now available for Brixton shops, cafes, restaurants and residents to show their support for the tenants facing eviction because of Network Rail's...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: Helen Hayes says Network Rail has behaved in “the worst way...

Labour's prospective parliamentary candidate Helen Hayes says she is in complete support of the Brixton business facing eviction from the arches and calls for...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: what are Network Rail’s plans for the arches?

Network Rail's plans for the refurbishment of the arches include damp-proofing, adding new power supplies and changing the arches that have been subdivided.This means...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: Brixton Community United

Traders from Brixton Station Road and Atlantic Road met yesterday to unite over Network Rail's plans to evict them in six months for their redevelopment of...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: Filmmaker speaks to Brixton arches traders being evicted

Following the shock news that up to 30 businesses in the heart of Brixton are to be evicted in under six months by Network...

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Brixton’s Marathon man runs for kidney charity

Brixton local Martin Belzunce ran the London Marathon for Kidney Research UK in an amazing 3:00:20. The race is over but he is still...
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Brixton children’s centres receiving multi-million pound upgrades

Work has started on the refurbishment of Loughborough Children’s Centre costing nearly half a million pounds. It is part of Lambeth Early Action Partnership’s...
Anne Manuel who is doing the marathon for Alzheimer's

Local student to walk a marathon for Alzheimer’s Society

Anne Manuel (22) of Herne Hill is taking on the challenge of walking a marathon to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society. Anne, a London College...

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Crowd gathered in Herne Hill church hall to welcome refugee family

300 pack hall to give warm welcome to refugee family

More than 300 people turned up to a Herne Hill Welcomes Refugees (HHWR) meeting in May, giving a rapturous welcome to a refugee family...
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Groundwork Community Awards now open for nominations

Groundwork is an organisation that encourages community involvement by creating and maintaining green spaces in urban areas. The group has previously run workshops at...
Laura and Carole Big Lunch community walkers

The Big Lunch 2019 teams announced

The Big Lunch have just announced their team for 2019 who will be leading a two-week community walk taking place across the nation between...