"The Brixton Pound (B£) is money that sticks to Brixton. It’s designed to support Brixton businesses and encourage local trade and production. It’s a complementary currency, working alongside (not replacing) pounds sterling, for use by independent local shops and traders. The B£ gives local traders and customers the chance to get together to support each other and maintain the diversity of the high street and strengthen pride in Brixton."
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A New Zealand father got a great tattoo of a cochlear implant in support of his 6 year old daughter.
A Taupo dad has gotten a cochlear implant tattooed on his head to help his little girl not feel like the odd one out. Charlotte, 6, who had her first implant put in at the age of 4 in 2013, has just had her second one put in at Gillies Hospital. In a gesture of support, her father, Alistair Campbell, had his own "implant" tattooed on the left side of his head, three days ago. Mr Campbell, who had no other tattoos, said he wanted to do it to show her that he could go through a little bit of pain for her too..."My love for her really," he said. "Hey my hair can grow back."... When Charlotte saw her dad's version of a cochlear implant she giggled, touched it and told him it was "cool"- NZ Herald