forward communism, forward gerbils!
it's a nice walk, i've done the racensbourne.
I walked the whole length about 2 years ago, it was organised by Lewisham rivers and people project, who no longer exist. It was a really long walk, and is much easier if you split it up. There are some parts where it goes through private land and you have to detour away from it.Im planning on walking the Ravensbourne, or at least the first bit from the source up to beckenham palace park.... ive been investigating a bit;
The river starts at caesers well, the little round bit in this picture, and flows into the three Keston Ponds. I used to play in these woods a fair bit as a kid - i never knew it was a river source though
Yep, Odeon will probably shut. My folks live just beside the Bromley South development on Hayes Road. I remember the old Westmoreland Place concrete shopping plaza, where that insurance office is now, and the big white BT office. I do like the idea of being 2 minutes away from Nando's when I visit the folks
the new bromley south development is supposedly going to include another cinema - which means Bromley will have two cinemas....whereas Orpington.... though i reckon the Bromley north one might end up closing as a result
when i was around 12 i got a present of a little pair of Wharfedale Diamond speakers purchased from a hifi shop which was in a shop on the very right of that picture - still use the same speakers to this day #originalbromelysoundboy
I passed it yesterday at about 7.45 pm, there was a large crowd watching. A police officer told me that her carers were on their way to talk to her, perhaps it was this that made the difference. A negotiator had been trying to coax her down for hours. Poor lass.The woman on the roof of the Glades came down at 9pm, but she was up there from around 4pm supposedly.....