Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Nanker Phelge, Oct 13, 2013.
Is there anywhere in Tulse Hill or nearby that recycles batteries please?
Ask in Co op. Quite a few supermarkets have battery recycling bins behind the counter.
Vale Street recycling centre. I thin one bus route actually serves it, but I don't know which one.
322. It’s on the request stop bit.
Water Lane Sainsbury's takes them.
Neighborhood boundary argument in 5,4,3...
Oh did you mean Sainsbury's, 2 Tulse Hill, London SW2 2TP?
I couldn't possibly comment
I'd suggest Tulse Hill is roughly the area outlined here and I'm not trying to be a cock about it.
Largely agree with you, but would be interested in your reasoning re the left Tulse-ticle.
And the lower half of the right one.
Tulse-ticles not exact and may be re-drawn to suit one's own taste
Just a quick reminder to everybody that tomorrow is the first West Norwood Feast of the year. Loads of stuff going on and we have some great entertainment on up at St Luke's. Come on down and if you want to say hi I'll be on the church steps for most of the afternoon.
I got excited for a moment when I spotted this notice today as I thought the much-vaunted redesign of the one-way system was about to start, but instead it seems we're about to endure several months of even worse traffic conditions for a water mains upgrade alone
No complains about the need to upgrade a water mains, but it seems wasteful not to try to incorporate these works into the planned redevelopment of the entire gyratory, even if it meant a few more months' delay.
Gyratory works are still a year or two away, if they happen at all with today's cash-strapped TfL
Yeah I meant to post this. Norwood Road is gonna be alternating one way tragic for NINE months.
I believe it starts on May 4th (be with you).
Gonna be a nightmare on the buses I suspect.
To be fair I was pleasantly surprised by recent gas works in Chelsea that required road restrictions when they caused next to no disruption.
However the Tulse Hill gyratory is both busier and more complex so I guess extra delays are inevitable.
Freudian Slip of the Year there, btw
When they did the water pipes in our road in Tulse Hill they told us it would take one month. It took a year.
A car flipped over by the entrance to Station Rise and apparently there's been muchos fisticuffs at the Xquisite Caribbean Restaurant tonight.
I can't think how you could flip a car without serious speed and / or stupidity. Thankfully there's no mention of any pedestrians caught up in it.
There has been some kind of constant alarm going off all night every night in or around The Palace Estate.
Going again now. 3rd night in a row.
Ding ding ding ding ding ding
Still going at 7.30am....
Been checked for tinnitus?
Could just be old age like..
Ho ho ho....
Worth being aware, especially those regularly arriving home late in the evening. We got a flyer through the letterbox from the police today titled 'suspicious incident', reporting that late on 4 April a man followed a woman home on Romola Rd. They're asking for witnesses to come forward.
There is no mention of any crime or assault taking place, but clearly they must consider him a danger, in particular if no actual offence took place...
I heard a more serious version of that story earlier and was going to post.
Stay safe all.
I found the noise - still going....
looks like an empty flat with some kind of alarm going off inside and all the windows open....In a block too...neighbours must be going nuts
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