The worst place is called 'General Products' or 'Provisions' or something on Bellenden Road. It seems to be a go at a 1950s style general store, full of hipsters buying overpriced vegetables etc.i was embarrassed just looking through the window by association
I took a look in there a while back. Would swear I saw individual salad leaves laid out on a sheet of kitchen roll, so you could choose how many you wanted.
£8 for a dried mackeral IIRC.
Haha, glad you enjoyed it. We have a show every two weeks and Raiden, H-SIK & Moresounds this Thursday (who released an EP on OM Unit's label Cosmic Bridge).Deptford is next.
I went to a Boiler Room type thing called Trailer TV last night, which is a rave in a truck trailer behind the big red bus. DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn playing ultrafast footwork and evil acid
unfortunately in a city if you want things to change over time this kind of thing happens - if it didnt we'd still be living in wooden huts by the thames.Plans for a square at the train station will force out local businesses:
every new building has to be considered on a case by case example - theres a lot of variables. if they wanted to build the shard on it, id say no. but to return the station to its original design and reinstate the little square instead of the warren that is the station seems like a great idea to me.Does this rule apply to Brixton too?
Watch the video -they plan to make it a destination with cafes and boutiques - all sounds a bit Brixton Village to me. They want to make it like Bellenden Road. I'm sure there will be a space for champagne + fromage.every new building has to be considered on a case by case example - theres a lot of variables. if they wanted to build the shard on it, id say no. but to return the station to its original design and reinstate the little square instead of the warren that is the station seems like a great idea to me.
when you say brixton are you talking about the champagne bar? they are just renting out a unit - if they wanted to knock down the market and build a champagne bar id be against it. I dont live in brixton by the way.
Are you against the renovation of the station and reinstating of the square?
Why Blenheim Motors is affected Ive no idea - its behind the station. I would've thought the only shops affected are those where the square would be
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Walked by this vile pile of shite today
Nah. Flock and Herd are awesome.Walked by this vile pile of shite today
Took all my will power not to go in an beat the owner to a blood pulp
Even the shops on Lordship Lane would baulk at their level of psuedo Cotswold Village tosh
But, Flock and Herd takes the "bisquit de Merd"
Best use of an IED I can think of