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A Taste of Brixton Market


Experience the vibrant surroundings of Brixton market here… For more information on Brixton Market, please visit

The Belair House Returns to a Traditional Style with a Local Focus

After changing hands and  getting revamped, the Belair House, formerly the Beauberry House, is rejoining the community with hopes to be the major focal point of West Dulwich again. There have been many changes to […]

Artwork for the Home at Romeo Jones

Misty Trees by Caroline Underwood

Romeo Jones has an atmosphere that immediately puts people at ease. From the delectable pastries covering every surface to the fresh fruits ready to be sliced, it is a place that feels like a home. […]

The shocking truth about the bananas we love to eat…


Although it may seem good for us to pay less for our bananas than for locally grown apples, do we want to put small-scale farmers out of business and encourage the growth of large, chemical-intensive […]

Will you spread the word about #Southwark #MeatFreeMonday…


The London Vegan Societies started here – in Dulwich, Southwark in October 2010! We are trialling #Southwark #MeatFreeMondays – get involved and help make Southwark greener. Why should you try a meat free day? Better for the Environment Better for […]

The Great Chocolate Bake Off


The Chocolate Museum will be celebrating its First Anniversary with an all-day event on Saturday 15 March! There will be film screenings for children and adults, a live chocolate sculpture mounting, a drop-in kids’ workshop […]



Everyone loves a good chinwag over tea and cake. Or over a lunchtime chicken wrap and a glass of wine. Or even over an evening cocktail and a gourmet burger. But what kind of cafe […]

Dinner at ‘The Patch’, East Dulwich – a review


It used to be called the Magdalene, and then it morphed into the Mag. That yellow pub on Lordship Lane and Pellatt Road. Always a bit scruffy, I thought. Then I watched as it was […]

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