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    A transformation of Brixton town centre is the cornerstone of ambitious plans for a safer and healthier neighbourhood, Lambeth Council announced today.The council were successful applicants for Transport for London’s multi-million pound ‘Liveable Neighbourhoods’ fund. Lambeth’s strategy includes ‘low-traffic neighbourhoods’ which they think will allow people to travel through [...]

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    Windrush Day on Saturday (22 June) will be marked in Brixton and all over Britain by many events, performances and commemorations.Locally, there will be a family fun day in Windrush Square from 1pm to 6pm, including a domino festival featuring the Brixton Immortals domino team, the reigning UK champions. The Black Cultural Archives on Windrush Square will also be taking part in the fun day and[...]

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    Brixton Domino Club’s annual awards ceremony took place this year in Lambeth town hall, emphasising its central role in the community.Local MP Helen Hayes, whose Dulwich and West Norwood constituency includes the club’s Coldharbour lane headquarters, joined Sonia Winifred, Lambeth council cabinet member for equalities and culture, in recognising its historical significance and welcoming its [...]

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    Brixton Glaziers New Years Video

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    Brixton Glazier's Christmas Video

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    I like spring bulbs, for their variety in blooming times and colours, however also they are suggestion that spring will come and with it the gardening year will begin once again. I feel optimistic when planting out bulbs and this year I am keen to plant aromatic Narcissus (daffodils) both in the garden and in containers where they can be put to take pleasure in the scent. I have actually also [...]

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    February is nearly out and the Wisteria is still waiting for a prune. It is a job I really dislike, mainly because it has now grown as high as the upstairs windows, which has taken about 7 years, and I hate going that far up a ladder. Driven by the knowledge it needs pruning to flower, I decided to give it a go. It’s now half pruned, the freezing cold and wind decided to develop snow [...]

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    Tomatoes are simple to grow from seed and March is a great time to start sprouting plants. All you require are some clean pots and suitable compost, and pick some favourite varieties. Always start the tomato seeds growing in a little pot and fill with compost. An important tip is to shake and gently push down on the garden compost to ensure the pot is well complete with no air pockets. If [...]

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