Lewisham Round Up

  1. Clocks, Locks, Ghosts & Mangoves

    Lady K has a photo of the pavement

  2. London Trip: Day Six

    It’s my last day here in merry old England. I was up early this morning to go down to Maggie’s in Lewisham for an English breakfast with bacon, sausage, egg, beans, some “fried slice,” which is toast fried up and crunchy, and this stuff called “bubble,”

  3. Walking the Streets of Forest Hill, SE23

    A Forest Hill blog

  4. Walking Forest Hill Deptford

    Andrew O points us at another local blog

  5. Up the Bromley Road

    Henry spreads his wings to report on the furture of the Courts site up near Bellingham

  6. The lone ranger

    Kate is a fan

  7. my story and the replies

    Kate’s in the newspapers and not everyone is as sympathetic as they should be.

  8. Your chance to open the BrockleyMAX Festival

    The search for artists to perform at this year’s BrockleyMAX opening concert has begun.

  9. I found this massive rabbit in may hat

    Max thinks he’s made history.

  10. The future of our Pools

    The Forest Hill Society on the news that the swimming pool in their area will be refurbished: “there are certainly some advantages to having two swimming pools rather than one. So perhaps we should just be glad that swimming is set to return to Forest Hill.


    Dave reminisces about an eel: “Me and my pa were taking a stroll down to Lewisham market on a sunny Saturday, when I had noticed what seemed to be a life size eel staring at me and waving his fist.”

  12. Catford!!!!

    Hello from Catford!!! this sub-urban town in South East London is said to have been in exsitance since the early 18th century. Named after the notion that cattle and wild cats would cross close around the area and today the emphasis still stands today as

  13. First Blog

    not been doing much in march going to meet the mayor of lewisham tomorrow because of some newsday thing….

  14. Lewisham Park Parakeets

    Transpontine notes the “increasingly ubiquitous” birds.

  15. Bridget’s Letter to Lewisham

    This week I had the singular pleasure of visiting the Kaleidoscope Centre. It’s a brand new £13.3m centre for children and young people which opened in November.

  16. Swimming

    Max gets hot under the collar about swimming pools

About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
This entry was posted in Lewisham. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s