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Posted on 30/04/2012

Daisy wheels

Ric Kemp, our local songwriter, is interested in apotropaic marks - symbols intended to ward off evil. Here he summarises some of the research he has done on some marks he spotted at Brixton...

Posted on 27/04/2012

Successful benefit night

Laura Zauli reports on a successful fundraising evening at the Windmill Pub We would like to thank all the people who donated raffle prizes, baked cakes and performed free at our benefit night on 26...

Posted on 27/04/2012

Can you see what it is yet?

Just to whet your appetite for our parade on 7 May, here's a peek behind the scenes at the preparations going on. Our festival group has been working with Veolia to convert many of its vehicles into...

Posted on 26/04/2012

Recycling Parade and Festival, Bank Holiday Monday, 7 May 2012

Join the parade which will start at 1pm (gather from 12.15pm) outside Brixton Library. The festival, featuring music, activities for children, food and other stalls, will take place in Windmill...

Posted on 25/04/2012

Benefit night and bake-off

It's another busy week for the Friends of Windmill Gardens. Benefit night Our generous neighbours at the Windmill pub are holding a benefit night this Thursday 26 April to raise money for our...

Posted on 25/04/2012

Real Bread Maker Week

Real Bread Maker Week, which runs from 17 to 23 May, celebrates artificial-additive-free loaves and the local bakers who make them. Here are three ways you can get involved: On your high street: look...