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We are conducting research on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th of June in Brixton on behalf of Lambeth Council regarding the future of Brixton Markets and we want to hear your views on what you think should or shouldn?t happen! Brixton Markets is the heart of Brixton and is held in high regard by many Londoners, so the future of Brixton Markets is a hot topic!

What do we need from you? If you are interested in getting your voice and opinions heard by the Council, let us know and we can book you in to join a discussion group.

Total duration is 1 hour including registration

We ask you to contribute your views and opinions during the group and to stay until the end

Typically Groups will consist of between 4 to 6 participants

We will ask to take a head and shoulders photo of you to aid our recall of who said what in any group. Your photo will not be stored or shared beyond the project group

An assistant will make notes of what is said during the group and we will make a recording as a back up. The recording will be deleted once we have completed our report to client.

In our report to client we may report things that you say but we will only use a generic link to you eg ?Carol, Herne Hill resident, said : ?..?

We will provide light refreshments for participants

We will provide a voucher for ?10 value for participants at the close of each group

Please contact us on [email protected] or [email protected] or alternatively call us on 07772 352 804 if you would like to be a part of these groups!

Please include the following in your email:


Phone Number


We will contact you within 2 working days

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to working with you soon!

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I agree Laur, and I also think that 6 people is an extremely low representation. There has been a very vocal campaign against the social cleansing in Brixton Market. Why do you need the opinion of 6 people in East Dulwich?
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