Brixton People’s Kitchen Launch, Brixton South East London


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They think that sharing food with strangers is one of the nicest ways to spread happiness. And if the food is free, and has been saved from going to waste, it makes it even tastier.

Inspired and supported by the wonderful People’s Kitchen (Dalston, East London), the Brixton People’s Kitchen collects food surplus from local shops and markets, invites volunteers to cook together, and welcomes everyone to enjoy a delicious meal with each other.

They are starting out this month, so they welcome everyone to add ideas, suggestions, and a pair of hands to the joyful stew they’re cooking!

To donate food or to help them with the cooking, please contact Fan 07810288879 or

For more info regarding this or future events visit


December 18, 2011 from 1pm to 4pm


Myatts Fields Park,

Cormont Rd,


London SE5 9RA

07810 288 879

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Punk, ska & mod at Distortion Club, 15th October

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A great mix of 60’s garage punk, Mod, Northern Soul, Ska & Classic Punk and new wave tunes. 

Expect to hear Desmond Dekker, The Specials, The Sonics, Les Fleur de Lys, The Seeds, Radio Birdman, The Cramps, Small Faces, Magazine, The Gun Club, The Ramones, The Untouchables and much more.

For further info check their facebook page stortionclub

Date and Tme: 15th October from 10pm until late

Price: FREE


Distortion Club

The Grosvenor

Sydney Road

Stockwell SW9 0TP

London Riots Clean up, across London

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On August 8th 2011 London came under suge by groups of thug bastards, intend on causing as much damage and mayhem as possible. As a result many homes,  businesses and lives were distroyed, but the community spirit if nothing else strenghtened.


Many Facebook and Twitter groups have been created to help clean up the Capital, so if you and your friends are available to help one of the areas affected by the disturbances please grab some black bags, safety gloves and a broom and head on down:


  • Bow, on Roman Road, Tackle shop from 9am

  • Croyden, by East Croyden station from 10am

  • Camberwell, by St Giles Church from 10am

  • Camden, by Chalk Farm station from 10am

  • Ealing, by the Horse from 10am

  • Bethnal Green, in front of the money shop from 10am

  • Hackney, by the Town Hall from 10am

  • Lewisham, Lewisham shopping centre from 9am

  • Westbourne Grove, Ledbury from 9am

  • Peckham, by the Library from 8am

If you know of any other clean up groups please leave a comment detailing where and when, or put on Facebook and Twitter.


Satay Bar and Restaurant, Brixton

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Satay is Brixton’s most established cocktail bar and pan-Asian restaurant, offering a array of authentic Far-Eastern fare at exceptionally reasonable prices. Their well stocked bar and cocktail mixologists make the lounge area an ideal meeting place for pre or post entertainment relaxation. Everyone is welcome.


Check the website for coming events


Happy Hour:

Haooy Hour everyday 5:00 – 8:00pm


Mon-Thu 12pm-11pm

Fri 12pm-1am

Sat 1pm-1am

Sun 5pm-11pm



447 Coldharbour Lane
London SW9 8LP
0844 474 6080



The Cloudy Bay Shack, Parsons Green South West London


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Open this Saturday and Sunday (11am-8pm) in Parsons Green, regular summer pop-up The Cloudy Bay Shack delivers Kiwi cooking matched to the best of what’s on offer at the popular New Zealand winery.

This year, the menu comes courtesy of Skye Gyngell, head chef at award-winning Petersham Nurseries.

A cracking weekend, even in the weather we’re having this summer.




Saturday the 30th Jul 2011 to
Sunday the 31st Jul 2011 from 11am-8pm


The Cloudy Bay Shack,

Parsons Green,

London SW6 4XG


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Carshalton Lavender Harvest, Surrey

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Carshalton Lavender manages three acres of lavender in Carshalton Beeches in the London Borough of Sutton. They are a not-for-profit community project that aims to keep the heritage of local lavender alive for current and future generations.

Their fields are at the Stanley Road Allotments in Carshalton Beeches. Every July They hold a harvest where everyone can come and pick their own lavender. Lavender oil is distilled from the remaining flowers, and is sold throughout the year.

The annual harvest of the lavender fields with a range of associated events and activities, a barbecue and lavender products and plants on sale. Take scissors and a bag if you want to pick your own lavender.

This year’s harvest will take place on 30th and 31st July 2011.


Stanley Road Allotments
Oaks Way, Carshalton Beeches, Surrey SM5 4NQ
07948 174907

Transport: Carshalton Beeches


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Silent Disco, somewhere in London…


They are a pop-up silent disco based in London. Using combination of iPhones, portable wi-fi networks, headphones, charisma, apps, sounds, shapes and spaces they create instant dance floors, momentary raves and transient music events in any and every place they can.


The concept behind fyi disco is simple; what if your iPhone could function like a pair of headphones at a silent disco?


Go here to find out how it works, then just follow the instructions and turn up at their next location. We run off battery power alone, which means we can pop-up anywhere we fancy, just be sure to charge up before showing up…


If you want to get in touch with them it means you’re probably a nice person, go on and say hello using whichever method you fancy, they’ll love you all the more for it :0)


Where is it?

fyidisco can happen anywhere at any time, for the most up to date information on their next location check their twitter or facebook.


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The Big Picture with jump4london, Canada Water

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On Saturday 16th July 2011 JUMP 4 LONDON will be attempting to create a world record by making the worlds longest photo in time for the 2012 Olympics.

To be involoved go to Surrey Quays Shopping Centre in Canada Water South East London, between 10am – 4pm on Saturday 16th July 2011 and bring your finest smile :0)

Find them on twitter @Jump4London

Car park bar and art exhibition, Peckham South London

22.05.13 UPDATE 

The bar will reopen on the 30th June 2013



It’s not often you plan to spend an evening on the roof of a multi-story car park, but then most car parks don’t play host to a cafe, bar and sculpture exhibition. South of theRiver Thames, down Peckham way, Frank’s Cafe and Campari Bar has been set up as part of the Bold Tendencies Sculpture Project, an exhibition with 15 large-scale new works by international artists.

The cafe is open Thursday to Sunday 11am-10pm and food is served 12-2.30pm & 6-10pm.

For further info give Frank’s a call on 0758 288 4547, or have a looky on the site



Overground train from London Victoria or London Bridge to Peckham Rye Station.



Buses from central London to Rye Lane: 12, 78, 343
and to Peckham Library: 436, 63, 36, 171

The Car Park is a well sign-posted 3 minute walk from Peckham Rye station.
Turn left down Rye Lane, and shortly turn right at the Abbey National building society, at which point you’ll see the Multiplex cinema facing you. Take the yellow lift to the right of the cinema entrance to Level 6. Follow signs to Level 10.

The drive-in entrance to the Car Park is on Cerise Road (SE15 5HQ). Parking is available on Level 6.



No booking needed


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Union Market, Fulham


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Union Market is a new and unique food retail proposition. Their concept is resolutely British combining the theatre and authenticity of popular farmers’ markets with the convenience and reliability of supermarkets.

Union Market’s proposition is about traceable, natural, regional, high quality, best practice British food. We want to deconstruct the old drab supermarket model and replace it with the fun of shopping and eating in a beautiful food hall that reflects timeless rural values and practices. They will have farmers, chefs, suppliers and trained staff on hand to enthuse and explain about the various links in their food chain. The store will champion British food in a setting created by British craftsmen past and present, using natural materials like wood, brick, slate and zinc, with a focus on functionality.

They will be affordable and accessible and they have joined up green policy on ingredients, emissions, waste and packaging, responding to consumer concerns on health and the environment. The Union brand will be further strengthened by three unique and powerful brand partners in wine, bread and cheese: Rothschild wine, Bread Factory and Neal’s Yard Dairy, all of them pre-eminent in their fields.


Opening times –

Monday to Saturday 7am to  10pm

Sundays 9am to 9pm

472 Fulham Road
London, SW6 1BY