Monthly Archives: May 2007

Social Impact of the Web

As I said I’d be going to the RSA conference on the way that we use the web to shape our society I thought I should. Saw a few people there that I knew already and got to meet David … Continue reading

Posted in Civic Society | 3 Comments

Good intentions and the Walking Festival

If like me you’ve had the best of intentions but haven’t as yet made it to any of the walks that have been part of the Lewisham Walking Festival, then this weekend is the last chance to make good on … Continue reading

Posted in Lewisham | Leave a comment

Lewisham Round Up

Parents and teachers march on Lewisham Council to fight closure of special schools Do I see a transitional demand? Oh, I think so! The clue is in the name. Welcoming Dr Desmond Tutu to Lewisham Bridget explains why Desmond Tutu … Continue reading

Posted in Lewisham | Leave a comment

Community Environment Day

I’ve had a message from Joan Ruddock advertising an event she is holding on 9th June at St. Andrew’s Community Centre on Brockley Road. Joan says: I am holding a community environment event as a friendly, informal way for everyone … Continue reading

Posted in Lewisham | Leave a comment

More on that Tory Policy

It looks like there’s a local angle to the u-turn the Tory leadership are trying to execute in ditching their commitment to grammer schools: David Willetts, its education spokesman, was visiting Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College, a school in New Cross, … Continue reading

Posted in Lewisham, Politics, school | Leave a comment

And so to school

After the grand opening for the VIPs I got my chance to take a look at the new Knights Academy building after a governors meeting.

Posted in school | 1 Comment

Stir Fry

Stir Fry This is a bit of a test, and a cheeky one at that. I’m trying out Flock as a browser and the cheekiness comes from the fact that all I did with this meal is the frying. All … Continue reading

Posted in food | Leave a comment