Discussion in 'Brixton' started by quimcunx, Jun 3, 2012.
at the back of the Hand in Hand pub iirc
They've converted the back room of The Hand in Hand.
It would be a shame to see it go, but they never seemed very adept at advertising themselves and the beer was chuffing pricey last time I went.
The cocktails weren't bad though and I'm not sure where the mens and women's football teams will drink now as they were stalwarts.
The last manager was a bit 'erratic' though, but nice enough.
In fact, why don't you take it on as an inclusive arts venue?
They will serve lasagne when they start evening meals in a few weeks.
Massive stage and basketball court now erected in Windrush Square - looking forward to Saturday's free extravaganza, something everyone can come along to and enjoy in our new(ish) town square.
Just got this message from Sioned Williams ( email@example.com ) at the Stockwell Partnership:
Thank you for your interest in the first Neighbourhood Improvement Programme Co-Design Workshops for Brixton.
Attached are a pdf of the background and introduction to the project and the notes and map which give a summary of the issues raised at the first workshop on the 19 June.
The next workshop is on:
Tuesday 3 July
6.30 to 8.30 pm
at the Karibu Education Centre 7 Gresham Road SW9 7PH
A map is attached of the consultation area and the venue location.
We hope you will be able to attend and be involved in working co-operatively with us to improve the local area. Further workshops are listed at the end of the notes.
I would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance to me by email or by post / telephone to Catherine Foreman, Stockwell Partnership Ltd. 157South Lambeth Road London SW8 1XN Tel: 0207 735 5051
More information on the NEP project background and updates can be found on the web page:
for Stockwell Partnership
020 7485 1806
mobile: 07759 393147
There were four attachments, containing maps, minutes and info. I don't know how or whether I can upload them, so I suggest that anyone who is interested contact Ms. Williams and gets put on the mailing list. The NIP area in question covers most of the town centre and neigbourhoods immediately to the north.
Glad they're patronising the Abeng. Nice manager.
High-up seats are miles from the stage. It made Peter Grimes even more of an ordeal than usual.
I'd go mid-price and switch to a costlier vacant seat when the lights go out - or at the interval.
@Kanda - Cheers for posting the Brixton Brew menu.
I now know where I will be sampling the Eggs Benedict after I have endured a trip to the Blenheim Gardens sorting office later this morning.
No thanks. I'm too busy putting on free entertainment elsewhere.
I saw a bloke walking down past the beehive today,I thought jesus the youth are getting bigger and better dressed than I've noticed recently, it's was only looking back at him I thought this guy is a pro basketball player.They're in our midst ,you have been warned.
Will you be writing a review?
I'll buy him a drink!
Some amazing news this morning, everyone. The council have re housed the slanted parking pole on Atlantic Road so it more or less sits straight upright now. No longer will I have to decide whether to take the outside route around the pole, meaning a significant deviation from the "racing line" but ultimately making things slightly faster, or the inside route, meaning I don't have to shift from my normal walking line very much but meaning I do have to duck a couple of inches to avoid smashing my unwieldy head into the troublesome black pole.
Note: this may have been done ages ago but I only noticed today.
There's lots of new random traffic calming measures up Railton Road too - to narrow the road and provide better crossing points. I give it two weeks before someone in a car clips one at speed and spins.
Would that count as "food blogging"
Anyone been to Dee Dees Bar in Herne Hill yet?
Nope, but there's a sudden influx of jazz in herne hill - first the festival and now the place next to the Commercial is also turning into a jazz bar apparently.
the Herne Hill Forum lot have gone all jazz hands over the Dee Dees application for a music and dancing license until 23.00. Won't somebody think of the children etc.
Where is Dee Dees?
We're going to pop into the new jazz place in HH - opens tonight.
77 Herne Hill
i doubt the jazz place will last long. that's the fourth new night venue business in the eight years i've lived in the area.
There used to be a lot of jazz in Brixton. Then it shrank to just the Effra.
Did anyone else pick up a copy of the new free newsheet Brixton Bugle this morning (it's the spin off from brixtonblog.com)
Ah, the place with World Music and Carribbean (sic) tapas. Another triumph for the signwriting trade.
There is a jazz band plays in mango landin' on sundays. I keep forgetting. And then they are there. Playing jazz.
Nothing will ever top the bloke carefully painting the inside of Mr McPhail's window with the legend
a happy childhood memory
On the plus side, the abysmally titled Ten Thank's (grr) takeaway in Streatham Vale seems to have closed. Fingers crossed that someone purchases the site soon and buys new signage.
My favourite still remains the short lived Somerfield (I think) sign which proclaimed it the favourite 'supermarket in Streathham Hill' for a depressing length of time.
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