... looks like it's Goodbye to them ...
... and Hello to him ...
"So yeah" ..."Last Sunday, I took to the mean streets of the town centre to search for beards, overpriced craft ales, irony, gentrification and locally sourced organic vegan snacks ..."
I think St Georges Walk was a bit of a revelation when it first opened and then the Whitgift; wow. The Whitgift was not covered from the outset and one of the first UK Mac's opened in there.It's just a very depressing mess that just gets worse to look at. I bet it was ace back in the Terry and June and Greyhound days.
Wasn't that the original plan for the developers of the area around the station? But no. Luxury flats, no theatre and that temporary shithole boxpark.It'd be nice if they thought about making the high street ...different? More outside open space/greenery, activities rather than shops?,Restaurants with outside space places like playnation games, ludoquist, live music, theatre etc
Places to meet, talk, socialise. Things for kids to do, things for old people to do and everything in between
*Dreams* oh and affordable stuff not once a year for someone's birthday stuff
Well it's not Croydon, but in terms of accessible by rail in south London Dragon Castle is fantastic.Talking of Croydon, I want to take the wife and daughter out somewhere yummy tonight. They want dim sum, but all I can think of is that place by wing tip (no) or that place up on the hill with a view of croydon (popular with doggers apparently). Any ideas?