Poetic Unity is a registered charity that encourages the unification, education and personal development of young people through the art of poetry and spoken word. I spoke with the founder of Poetic Unity, Ragz-CV and two individuals involved with Poetic Unity Storm and Ismael. Here’s the full Interview: Part 1 Full Length Poetic Unity Interview https://t.co/KIzoXDHiLJ via @voxradiolambeth — John Turner (@Turner_official) April 1, 2017 Part … Continue reading Full Length Interview with Poetic Unity: With Ragz-CV, Storm & Ismael
Country 2 Country is a country music festival held at the O2 arena; This Festival brings southern culture and country music to the forefront with the first concert was announced in the summer of 2012 and was held in March of 2013. Amongst a sea of cowboy hats you’re greeted at North Greenwich station by a huge billboard with Pictures of the weekends three … Continue reading Country 2 Country – Cowboy Culture & Country Music
Mayor Sadiq Khan’s final budget proposal draft was debated in city hall Monday morning. The main topic of conversation was about transport, pollution and the amount invested in the police. In regards to transport in London and the TFL, Mayor Khan pledged to over the next five years to; • Make transport more affordable • To adapt bus services without reduction • Extend the Hopper … Continue reading Win for TFL as they receive sum of the budget in hopes to cut congestion and make transport more affordable and convenient for Londoners.
Croydon born Keshia Adele has proved she’s more than just another South London girl. With her debut EP ‘The EPithany’ being released in April and her single ‘Can’t’ being released soon; she’s a star on the verge. Keshia Adele (born Keshia Aneksi Adele Melbourne-Baynes) was born into a music family with her father, a bodyguard to the stars, her mother a backing vocalist and her … Continue reading From Underground to New Sound – Keshia Adele
Wandsworth Council are taking legal action against Lambeth Council, over the noise pollution and anti-social behaviour surrounding the Lambeth-backed ‘SW4’ Drum & Bass festival. South West Four is a three time nominated drum & bass festival that takes place in Clapham Common. In recent years the festival has been subject to controversy as noise pollution, drug taking and general anti-social behaviour has disturbed both residents … Continue reading Battles of the councils