Capital Clean up Sunday 2-4pm July 3rd

At Brixton Community Base Talma Road SW2

We will use the ‘Capital clean-up’ kit with all you lovely volunteers with gloves. hi-vis jackets and litter pickers available to  start a process of environmental improvements around Brixton Community Base. We will carry on with the good work July 9th similar times so come if you can, refreshments will be provided. Pictures below of previous ‘freshview’helperscapital-cleanup-2x1Karl Bolingbroke

Update on Capital Clean up

Postponed dates not capital-cleanup-2x1BCB front planters June 26th

New dates 3rd July  and 9th July for Capital Clean up around Brixton Community Base

for more information:


Brixton St Vincent's Community Centre

Brixton Community Base
(also known as Brixton St Vincent’s Community Centre)
Talma Road
London SW2 1AS

Hire enquiries

Caroline Funnell

Tel: 07958 448 690

Everything else

Jane Duncan Ribeiro

Tel: 07941 624247
Email: brixtoncommunitybase@gmail

Local or Business… Brixton Beach?

Is it something for us locals?

Entry to Brixton Beach Boulevard starts at £4, tickets are available now from and Design My Night with a limited number of tickets available each night on the door. Since going on sale demand has been huge and the first weekend has already sold out! A range of group booking packages are also available, including early bird ticketing offers and private room hire.

Food on offer at Brixton Beach Boulevard will be:



Every beach has it’s one high-end restaurant and this is Brixton Beach Boulevard’s hottest spot. Miami Bass is Brixton Beach Boulevard’s platform for trained chefs to have fun serving up creative street food at democratic prices. Guests can pre-order shared dishes such as Chateaubriand steak and shoulder of lamb. 


Lucky Pierre will see trained chefs offer a selection of Frites & Treats. Serving hand cut frites cooked three ways: coconut oil, beef dripping or rapeseed oil; with a variety of toppings and garnishes. Lucky Pierre will also offer a dessert menu – comprising a selection of ice cream parlour desserts such as the classic Knickerbocker Glory. 


Brixton locals The Other Side Fried will be on hand to server up their buttermilk fried chicken buns and a selection of unique sides, such as smoked mash.  


Experienced London-based traders Nanny Bill’s will be at Brixton Beach Boulevard, specialising in contemporary street food classics, led by their trademark croquettes. 


New on this scene this Summer, Mac to the Future will be serving up their unique and interesting take on a the mac ’n’ cheese classic. 



May 26th – 29th

June 2nd – 4th

June 9th – 11th

June 16th – 18th

June 23rd – 25th

June 30th – July 2nd

July 7th – 9th

July 14th – 16th

July 21st – 23rd

July 28th – 30th

August 4th – 6th

August 11th – 13th

August 18th – 20th

August 25th – 28th



Thursday: 6pm – 11pm

Friday: 6pm – 11pm

Saturday: 1pm – 12am

Sunday: 1pm – 11pm


Brixton Beach Boulevard’s summer film programme and sporting broadcast schedule will be announced in due course.


Well it was fun! despite the weather for Kellett London to Rio local Street Party

There is so much going on attached photographs. (A better selection will be available  soon)  Thanks to volunteers who planned and did the donkey work last Saturday: Jo Sloman, Teri from Effra Pub, Val for

BBQ, Ann Marie, Katie, Alex and Marilyn who  managed with a few extra volunteers to put together a street party including bouncy castle, Ruby Rhymes, face painting and d.j.and to which may locals came and enjoyed . Thank you to Kellett Road houses who let us use their electricity . Thanks go  to them and Jo in particular, who deserves a shout out. Brixton Community Base lent chairs and tables. Extra thanks goes to them and please support their ventures in improving the environment  with Capital Clean up small grants

Kellett Road Street Party June 18th

Effra street party flyer-1

The last planning meeting agreed to send out fliers, so look out for small posters and through the door leaflets.

Volunteers on the day welcome  from 9am to get cars moved and set up.

Bring Food to share . There will be fun, bouncy castle, Ruby Rhymes, face painting, sports of sorts, DJ music and clearing up afterwards. Lets hope for sunshine.

Bringing our Communities Together But remeber locally Kellett Road Street Party also June 18th

One People, One Community, One Unity celebrating the Music Festival  in collaboration with people of diversity, eclectic skills and community projects
The event we will be hosting on 18th June 2016 will be Celebrating the Music Festival, a collaboration and combination of entertainment, music, dancers, costume a multi-cultural carnival sensation.

We will be hosting a presentation on:

Monday 6th June, Impact Hub, Brixton, Pop Brixton, 
49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ

RSVP 07944 102 112
for more information and to get involved!


Brixton Community Base in line for some Funds and need our support!

Hi All,

Brixton Community Base has been shortlisted to receive funding from the Brixton Fund, the Brixton Pound’s local grants scheme.  We applied for £1,000 to support the cost of refurbishing the kitchen at the centre as the current one is falling apart!  We have just renewed the lease and are looking forward to a busy and exciting future which will see BCB providing space and opportunities for our current and future partners, local organisations, residents and friends.

The Brixton Fund is keen that the the public have a say in which organisations receive funding therefore they are hosting an event at Brixton East 1871 (100 Barrington Road, London, SW9 7JF) on Tuesday 7 June, 6-9pm.  At this event you will be able to see all of the organisations that have applied for funding and vote for your favourite (BCB please!)

Please do come along on the 7th and vote for Brixton Community Base.  Thanks!The event is free but you are required to register using the link below:


As mentioned before a small amount of funding was achieved for a Capital Clean June 26th and July 3rd Sundays 2-6pm and  up  this could be shared out in future  to other local streets if we can show the community appreciation of environmental improvements around Talma Kellett Rattray area i.e : effra residents zone Email  to get involved