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Also Brixton Pound Bowie Prints limited edition are on sale at :
Studio 73 Brixton Village Thursday 7-9pm

African and Caribbean Memorial in Windrush Square was inaugurated by among others Sadik Khan,  Professor Gus John, Michael Fallon and  other politicians and High Commissioners were present. inc. Helen Hayes. Jak Beula of Nubian Jak Community Trust organised an amazing event including: a rendition of anthem by Holy Trinity school, dancers and steel bands.

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The inter faith ‘Lambeth Unity’. Faiths Together in Lambeth”
was held in Black Cultural Archives Monday evening at short notice. Irfan Mohammed a local Business trader (and potential Labour party Cllr.) introduced the event. Local Resident Carol Stagg gave a rendition of Khalil Ghibran’s beautiful, thought provoking poetry. At a time when the country and world is divided it was good to note Lambeth, with Brixton at its centre, tries to remain united against tyranny. Politicians. Faith leaders and the Businesses (BID)and the community came together.
Helen Hayes MP was leading a response at many events recently  including the ‘More in Common’ picnic in memory of Jo Cox at Brockwell Park HHat Bp
At the Brixton Fund evening individual  Friends of Libraries e.g. Sixteen Feet productions : ‘Vintage Voices” last heard at Lambeth ‘Readers and Writers Festival ‘ in Brixton Library, won a grant award, as did ‘More in Common’ and  Brixton Rec. User Group, also received a small amount towards promoting their organisation.
Brixton Neighbourhood Forum meeting is on Thursday July 6th 6pm at the newly adapted Squire and Partners now called:The Department Store, in the old post office Ferndale Road.
Also ‘Save our Parks’ day of picnics has a local one at Myatts Fields this Saturday 2-6pm D.J FROM 9-11pm at ‘Dwaynomics’.  if its anything like their ‘Summer Fair’, it is worth a trip on the P5 bus to Five ways stop Loughborough Road..
Urban Arts (Library supporters are present) fair Josephine Avenue is on at the weekend 11am-6pm and there is a Dog Show Brockwell Park 12pm-4pm

Also there was a launch of writer in residence, Ann E Cooper’s book at the Rotunda Cressingham Gardens.  An Arts council funded photography exhibition continues to be displayed on the walls of Cressingham Gardens