In South London, Brixton is a district within the London Borough of Lambeth. Brixton has located 2.7 miles South-Southwest of Central London, close to Lambeth North Underground station.
Brixton is a multiethnic community, a more significant number of Afro-Caribbean population. Brixton is neighbored by Stockwell, Clapham, Streatham, Camberwell, Tulse Hill, and Herne Hill. Brixton has the title for one of the first inner-city based ‘Transition Town’ projects in the UK.
Brixton has Muslims and Christians in its population with their anciently build churches and mosques. This region also had a variety of crimes like gang culture, drugs, etc. Not only the crime culture but its music culture is also very diverse.
The London Buses routes P5, P4, N3, N2, N109, N133, N109, 35,2,3,37,45, 59, 109, 118, 159, 133, 196, 250, 322, 333, 345, 415, 432 serves Brixton.
The closest underground station is Brixton for Southeastern services towards London Victoria and Orpington.
Brixton is linked to Vauxhall Bridge by A203, A204, and A2217, while A23 London to Brighton runs through it from north to south.
St Matthew’s Church is located on Brixton Green. Seventh-day Adventist church, Corpus Christi Church, and Christ Church are some churches in Brixton.
Brixton Mosque, Masjid Ibn Taymeeyah is located in Gresham Road, near Brixton Police Station. However, the area has been home for the street criminals and drug dealers as well as gang culture.
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