I recently came across Project Dirt on Twitter, you may have heard of them, they are the UK’s most active network connecting and resourcing community groups and projects. So I dropped them a line to find out more. James Baker, Community Manager told me: “Project Dirt is useful for a variety of different people doing … More PROJECT DIRT: RESOURCING COMMUNITIES FOR GOOD
Ever wanted to peek into the creative mind? Now’s your chance. Lambeth Open invites you to go forth and explore the creative talent hidden away in our very own borough. Between the hours of 10am – 6pm get that unique look into the intricate workings of the creative mind as artists and craftspeople alike open … More The Arts + Open House = Lambeth Open
Brixton. It’s South London’s trendy hub for the eater-outers, the dance all-nighters and especially the market-goers. But the markets aren’t a new thing – they’ve been around for decades. Traders started out by selling fruit and veg. But now they sell everything from clothes and furniture, to foods from around the world. This August 2013 … More Brixton Market’s new website: built with the community and ‘wired’ audience in mind
Here is a statement from George at Tales on Moon Lane. ‘Thank you to all our customers and suppliers for all your support over the last week. Due to the extensive damage caused by the flooding in Herne Hill, we will be closed until further notice while repairs are carried out. While we are closed, … More News from Tales on Moon Lane…
This week, Herne Hill, South East London suffered a flood which hit Half Moon Lane and the market area, due to a burst water main. Fire crews and police were called, while local businesses, residents and community workers pulled together to return to a level of normality. Residents and businesses will now be faced … More We want to help!