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Lewisham Neighbourhoods Chitter Chatter

Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Melinda, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. sealion

    sealion If you can't dance just nod your head

    He is living in denial.
     
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  2. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat lumpen proletaricat

    but is that denial, SE3 ?
     
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  3. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

    Clearly SE D3n1A1 :D
     
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  4. sealion

    sealion If you can't dance just nod your head

    Im not saying :p
     
  5. sealion

    sealion If you can't dance just nod your head

    I used to pick up a regular fare in Clapham going to Battersea. The geezer was posh and always told me to take him to south Chelsea :D So i charged him double each time.:thumbs:
     
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  6. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat lumpen proletaricat

    On behalf of mum-tat (somewhere in the lee / grove park region) anyone know a gardener / gardening firm that's decent and can cope with initial clearance / occasional maintenance sort of stuff?

    it's got beyond the stage that i can deal with it with the time and energy i have and the kit available to me...
     
  7. Maggot

    Maggot .

    I know a good gardner in Bromley.

    Grown and Mown 07753 567949
     
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  8. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

    There's a road sign in Connington Road, SE13 and someone has painted over the 1 with white paint. :hmm:
     
  9. ShiftyBagLady

    ShiftyBagLady Thinks she is a flower to be looked at

    Another fundraiser, yeah we're all sick of them by now but if anybody's interested there's a community centre trying to set up a cafe and charity shop. It's a really good centre and does a lot to help the local community with very little money so they need to raise funds for a cafe and charity shop which could sustain the centre and its projects in future.
    Even a fiver would help
    The Apple Tree Cafe and Charity Shop
     
  10. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

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    If anyone is local and interested.
     
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  11. oryx

    oryx Sitting on the bock of the day

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  12. ShiftyBagLady

    ShiftyBagLady Thinks she is a flower to be looked at

    Community skate event happening this Saturday: film screening, jumble sale and creative workshops for the youngers. They're trying to raise cash for the LLSB fundraising campaign. All welcome!
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  13. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

  14. Smangus

    Smangus comatose at a desk

    I could recommend them some top Jerk shops in Catford .
     
  15. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

    Cumin Up.
     
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  16. Smangus

    Smangus comatose at a desk

    Jerk Scene Sangley rd. Far better honestly!
     
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  17. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

    Will give it a try!
     
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  18. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    a mate has been making these great Lewisham 77 tshirts
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    If you want one you can get them from his website.
    You can either trade him something, or send a blank tee, or just buy one (£7.50)
    Lewisham ’77
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  19. Maggot

    Maggot .

    Anyone up for going to the Blackheath fireworks tomorrow (Saturday)?
     
  20. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

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  21. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

    Something for the weekend?

    Brockley’s Second Festival of Ideas for Change (flyer below)
    Sunday 19 November 2017, 10am-5.30pm, Lewisham Southwark College, Lewisham Way, SE4 1UT
    This is for everyone. View and download the full programme here.
    Location, travel and car parking details available here. (St John’s station closed)
    An inspiring range of nearly 30 speakers will present their ideas during sessions with Q&As and continuing discussion in an adjacent break-out room:
    • Battle of Lewisham: 40 years later
    • Housing, Homelessness and Inequality
    • Debt, Money and Exploitation
    • Food and the Environment
    • From Ideas to Action – Practical examples
    Film and audio recordings will also be screened concurrently in an adjacent room:
    • The Listening Post: Sybil Phoenix. (Audio recording) Sybil's son Woodrow Phoenix will be present to answer questions about his mother’s life and her work.
    • Aug 13: What Happened? Films about the Battle of Lewisham plus short films about other themes in the Festival
    View more details and book your FREE place: www.brockleysociety.org.uk
    or directly from www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/420988
    Tea and coffee free, affordable food at lunchtime or bring your own.
    Doors open at 9.30am for registration and coffee before the 10am start.


    http://www.brockleysociety.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Festival-of-Ideas-2017-programme.pdf
     
  22. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat lumpen proletaricat

    since there isn't a separate lewisham history type thread, these two from 1968 came up on flickr this week





    (a bit before my time, but mum-tat remembers it - parents were living in granville park at the time)

    for anyone wondering, both photos were taken from about the junction of lewisham high street and rennell street - photographer would have been stood with their back towards chiesmans' department store (the site is now the huge police station) - in the one with the blue coach, the two routemaster buses are heading towards new cross.

    i don't think a single one of the buildings visible is there any more...
     
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  23. oryx

    oryx Sitting on the bock of the day

    Just shown that to my OH, who thought it was great. He remembers happily being unable to go to school because of the floods!

    That bit of Lewisham is completely unrecognisable now from those photos. It's changed a fair bit since I moved here ten years ago (is it really that long? :eek:) but it's completely different even from how I remember it a couple of years ago.
     

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