PROJECT DIRT: RESOURCING COMMUNITIES FOR GOOD

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

Brixton Market’s new website: built with the community and ‘wired’ audience in mind

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

We want to help!

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!