“I believe there are small pockets of Forest Hill that have underground water courses (hidden rivers, such as one behind Sunderland Road I believe) so I hope you weren’t badly affected.”
From Dodgy Boozers: “Timbered room, toilet outside at back with grills letting the rain through, stunk of piss, reached up a passage reeking of vomit.”
“A landlord, in bringing proceedings for possession against a tenant who had unlawfully sublet his premises, unlawfully discriminated against the tenant since the tenant had a mental impairment…”
Who does what.
“The Battle of Lewisham did not come out of nowhere; it was one moment in a longer history of racism and resistance in this part of London.”
“There were over 4,000 police on the streets of Lewisham that day protecting the NF.”
A new blog telling the story of the Battle of Lewisham
Kate is disappointed it’ll be Loampit Vale
Paul offers a “once in a lifetime” opportunity.
The Dame may get to participate
Richard and friends dance in Deptford
Richard travels by bus.
Nick brings us a theatre review
Transpontine gives us his take.
Kate is, and this time she’s got the FOI answer to what happened to the money from Aragon Tower
On the suitability of vegetables for windscreens
Henry compares Catford and Tunbridge Wells. Guess which he prefers.
Andrew O makes a welcome return to blogging and says to the producers of The Tower, “chutzpah is your forte but not a successful parachute for the death of old media. We all have our own cameras now and were ready to shoot.”
but not Lewisham roundabout, says dreamer
Nick says ‘it’s a start’.
where to find the police in Brockley this week
Brockley Central on more pubs changing hands in Lewisham
Richard’s blog is two. Hip hip hooray!
Kate has yet another blog.
An optimistic Lib Dem thinks they’ll take Lewisham in 2010
‘Someone knew for certain the Germans were going to invade this weekend, and they’d be in London by Monday unless our boys looked sharp. There are always rumours doing the rounds. It’s difficult to know who to believe.”
On not standing for the position of London Mayor
What happens when it rains very very hard in Lewisham
Planet Pepys wants to know why the resource centre remains closed.
The Inspector reminds us how many redesigns Lewisham has had, and thinks we’re pretty.
The Dame makes shortcake and reminds us of a vegetarian restaurant.
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