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The Brixton Fund: a new kind of prize

By our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart We all know that just about every social venture needs more funding. And at some stage, we’ve probably all also been in a position where we’ve had to rope in friends or family to…

After the Hub leak… what does it mean to be resilient?

by our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart One member said it was an example of resilience in a time of unexpected change. Another agreed because it proved people could deal with adversity. Then someone offered up that they didn’t think resilience…

Hub Chat: meet Amelia Viney, founding director of the Advocacy Academy

by our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart Every so often on this blog we interview a Hub Brixton member to hear what drives them on to do the work that they do. This week, in the wake of the Grenfell Tower…

Meet the Hub Brixton Hosts: what makes them tick

by our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart Hub Brixton wouldn’t be the lovely place that it is without its Member Hosts. Often the first person you’ll meet if you walk through the door of our shared workspace in Brixton, a Hub…

Feeding Open Project Night: meet Lounge Brixton’s owner Clover Eziashi

by our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart Like many good things, the best ideas usually come after a good dinner. So it’s been a joy to have delicious hot food given to us by four of Brixon’s local restaurants, Lounge Brixton, …

The books, films & TED talks that inspire us

By our resident story teller Victoria Stewart The word change comes up a lot in conversation at the moment. Perhaps it always has. But certainly now in the context of a turbulent political landscape, it seems more obvious than ever…

Brixton People’s Fridge: meet the food donors

By our resident storyteller, Victoria Stewart Brixton People’s Fridge. Heard of it? If not, it’s a fridge called Freddie. Well, it’s a fridge in the sense that it looks like one, acts like one and it has food in it.…

Local sustenance: meet the Brixton restaurants feeding Open Project Night

By our resident story teller, Victoria Stewart Imagine an evening where anyone – literally anyone, regardless of their background, race, gender or beliefs – was welcome to come and meet in one place to share ideas about how they wanted…

Meet Hub Brixton’s even newer members

It’s Thursday, and the sun is shining, so here are three things you might not have known before reading this. First, on this day in 1896 the city of Athens hosted the opening ceremony for the first modern Olympic Games. …