Annick Alet about to place a wreath at the African Caribbean War Memorial on Windrush Square on behalf of the Brixton Society. Photo: Marilyn Rogers.
In light of government advice in the current crisis, all walks, talks and other events organised by the Brixton Society are cancelled or postponed until further notice.
Lots to see and do in the Tate Library, Brixton on Saturday 21st December from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Lambeth council has made a large number of planning applications to install advertising boards on the railings of our parks and open spaces plus, in some places, a number of free-standing boards. One of the boards planned for Windrush Square is a four metre wide hoarding gracing the railings by the Windrush lights. As they […]
Friends of Windrush Square (FoWS) and Friends of Tate Library Brixton (FoTLB) join forces to work around Windrush Square and the Library premises behind the railings. Our volunteers partake in useful workshops that include weeding; litter picking; maintaining planters; and the areas around the famous Brixton Plane Tree and the lovely oak trees by Saltoun […]
22 June 2018 marks the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the SS Empire Windrush and a new era of Caribbean settlement in post-war Britain. After a call-out for help to rebuild Britain after the Second World War, many played crucial roles and took on jobs as nurses, engineers, teachers and a myriad of roles […]