Saturday, 21 February 2015

News at Six

This week has been busy at Six Brixton for the team from Watch This Space. Firstly we had visitors from Paris who came to see the work which is being carried out by our project and to check out the 'Book Stop" library.
We also created some more plant boxes made from the packing crates donated by which were then given to residents Patsy and Pamela to spruce up their gardens.
Later in the week we were joined by the feelgood gym who helped us move materials over to the garden at the Brixton Sports and Social Club which is currently undergoing a revamp alongside the Nature Garden on Eaton Drive.
 Students from Paris visiting Six Brixton
 The feelgood gym help us out
 New bench for Coldharbour lane
 New boxes being prepared for residents
 Planters at Patsy's house
 Pamela's small planter
 The Brixton Sports and Social Club

Saturday, 14 February 2015

Sharing the love of Brixton

This week we have been super busy working on more of the packing crates donated by We are turning these into plant boxes and small playhouses which will be donated to local voluntary groups in the area.
One of our houses designed by Venus has been donated to the Brixton Sports and Social Club. And we are currently designing one for St.Johns Angell Town Primary School.
Keep checking what we do and if you want to get involved please email
 The crates arrive
 Made into small planters
 And a house for the School
 Thank you cards from St.Johns Angell Town Nursery
 The bike has a new home
New Planter at the Brixton Sports and Social Club

The house designed by Venus Bill.

Thursday, 5 February 2015

The Cases

We recently recieved some packing cases from which we are busy turning into planters and houses. The next project is to create some new features at Brixton Youth Club. Thanks to Albert Howard at Martinspeed.
 The cases arrive

 After cutting they become planters

 Our friends take two of our handmade seats
 Next stop

The new playground in progress

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

The Book Stops Here....

Despite the huge cold and rain we have managed to produce some work at Six Brixton for the community. We created a ' Book Stop' just next to the P5 Bus Stop which will provide Free Books to anyone passing by.
We also finished a few play houses which will be donated to Brixton Youth Centre on Vassell Road along with some long planters.
Young artist Jade also came through to do her first Graffiti piece at Six Brixton. Thanks to Ian and Albert at Martinspeed for the materials and BFK.
Stay Tuned.
 Work in Progress for St.John Angell Town School
 Eye Spy
 Jazz, first piece

 The new ' Book Stop'.
 The Wu Temple
 Planters for Brixton Youth Centre
Stay tuned