Monthly Archives: May 2007

5 Pledge Charity Run

As part of a regular service I give readers here’s yet another chance to put your hands in your pockets for a good cause: On 15 July Anna, Vikki, Helen, Di and Roshan will be running for Cancer Research at … Continue reading

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Fly tipping reports

Semi interesting to see that Lewisham is one of the authorities with the highest number of fly tipping reports. 18,883 last year since you ask.  What I’m less clear on from the newspaper report is whether these figures include reports … Continue reading

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Re-imagine your political party

All those thoughts about reforming local democracy have been bubbling away in my head but really I’m not sure we can start there. Let me try to explain, I think that too many of the people who write about potential … Continue reading

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Sausages in Wine

Sausage in Wine Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. It’s half term and for some reason we all get home knackered; so this very easy Nigel Slater recipe made us a delicious, and slightly different, way of doing sausages with … Continue reading

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Lewisham Kate

Kate has decided that she’s had enough of blogging. Like others who’ve commented on her blog I’m very sorry that Kate has come to that decision, but I can understand why.  It can’t be easy banging your head on what … Continue reading

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Roast Pork

Roast Pork Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. This is a Moro recipe. The skin of the loin is lightly cut at 1 cm intervals and salt put over. The flesh is rub with a mix of salt, garlic and … Continue reading

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