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Animals and vegetables at the Country Show

Animals and vegetables are once again the stars of the Lambeth Country Show. Check our images below to see the entries for the Lambeth Horticultural...

Making history …

Not only Stormzy, but also gender parity – Dave Randall looks back at Glastonbury and forward to the Lambeth Country Show Most reviews of the...

Victory for Brixton residents damp campaign

St Martin’s Tenant’s Residents Association has won the support of Lambeth council in their fight against damp in the estate’s homes. The council has agreed...

Advice providers and council act after law centre closes

Advice providers in Brixton are working with Lambeth council to pick up the pieces after the announcement yesterday (16 July) that the Lambeth Law...

Brixton Windmill Gardens wins Green Flag award

Windmill Gardens in Brixton has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme  as one of the very best green spaces in the UK....

Food organisations to tackle waste at Lambeth Country Show

The Lambeth Food Partnership is working with the Lambeth Country Show team to reduce the amount of food waste going to landfill from the...

Council to sign deed on future of Brockwell Park

Lambeth council is to make an agreement with a specialist charity that it says will protect Brockwell Park, with some exceptions, from development and...

Jim Davidson gets (back) on his bike in aid of hospice

Herne Hill picture framer Jim Davidson (65 today), showed uncommon grit and determination on Saturday 28 June when he completed the 350-plus miles of...

Government orders council to get on with Cressingham residents’ transfer plan

Central government has told Lambeth council that it must cooperate with a proposal to transfer the demolition-threatened Cressingham Gardens to an organisation of residents. It...

Brixton youth project launches appeal for volunteers

A new voluntary youth service on the streets of Brixton was launched yesterday (10 July) when organisers leafleted passers-by outside the Tube as they...

ERIC Fest: Creative Careers Festival at Pop Brixton

ERIC Festival took over Pop Brixton on Saturday (6 July) to host a careers fair aimed at those aged 16-25 who are looking for...

New council threat to Urban Art as 18th show wraps up

Another successful Urban Art show in Brixton, the 18th, came to end this evening (7 July) with the welcome arrival of some sunshine and...

Council launches ELEVATE to support creative talent

Lambeth Council launched ELEVATE, Lambeth’s new undertaking to support diverse talent and open up the creative workplace, yesterday (4 July) at the Rambert Studios...

Vegan cheesemonger quits Brixton Market

Controversial non-dairy cheesemonger La Fauxmagerie is leaving Brixton Village, saying it has “outgrown” its South London premises and that rent levels mean it cannot...

Cutting Edge – Modernist British Printmaking

  This summer, Dulwich Picture Gallery showcases the work of a lost generation of British artists who created iconic images in the inter-war years. The...

Brixton pupils enjoy slime, Stilton and a visit from new friends

When Julie Marston, who teaches in a primary school in the Nottinghamshire village of East Bridgford, read the regular Hill Mead Herald page in...