Some, err, interesting debate on this festival over at the East Dulwich Forum. This seems a tad hyperbolic:Pics and review from the festival:
In Photos: Jam on Rye Festival, Peckham – sunshine, chilled vibes, sweet reggae and pricey beer, Mon 28th May 2018
Followed by:They also seem to have "forgotten" to pick up hundreds of plastic ties that were used to hold the barriers together. These were just discarded on the ground and, it seems, the workmen had no instructions to pick them up. Dog walkers have told me that if a dog ate one, it could well be fatal and, at the very least, require a £4,000 operation to remove the tie.
The East Dulwich ForumThis thread is/has become utterly ridiculous... as usual
On 13 June 2018, local Peckham resident, 33 year-old Ian Ford, and 24 year-old Kieran Holt of nearby Camberwell, were charged with the attempted murder of a 22-year-old man in Charles Coveney Road, off Southampton Way, SE15 on Saturday 2 June 2018.
The only pub I ever go to these days is the White Horse, and only then on a Thursday after work as cask ales are £3 a pint then. Depending on where in Peckham you live, the Pyrotechnists Arms on Nunhead Green is a decent proper boozer.a solid, cheap, decent boozer?
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