Pop Brixton, Brixton

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LONDON | Pop Brixton is a not-for-profit community initiative in the heart of Brixton that brings together start-ups working in food, retail, design and social enterprise. Set on the site of a former car park, Pop Brixton covers over 1,400 square meters and features over 55 traders in its shipping containers, all of which are independent, and 70% of which are local.

The businesses here are diverse – there are restaurants, retailers, makers, street food traders, designers, digital start-ups, a community barbershop, a youth radio station and a number of social enterprises. There’s also a rotating array of music and entertainment events, many of which are free and community based. Several traders are given discounted rates on rent to help them start up and all invest at least 1 hour each week into local mentorship, training and fundraising.

Pop Brixton is a temporary project, delivered in partnership with Lambeth Council, and is currently planned to remain in place until 2020.

Pop Brixton

49 Brixton Station Road
London SW9 8PQ
United Kingdom

Telephone: n/a
Email: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 9:00am to 11:00am
Thu – Sat: 9:00am to 12:00am

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