Lewisham Round Up

  1. The Rivoli Ballroom

    Brockley Nick says the current owners are asking for £10 million.

  2. Dogging

    Howard has a tale to tell.

  3. ‘No’ to Brockley Road Betting Shop

    Dean reports the decision. If the texts we got are anything to go by it was a lively evening.

  4. Autumn Colours

    Nice photo of one of our cemetaries

  5. Brockley to host Lewisham’s First Nappucino Morning!

    Sue keeps plugging away.

  6. Spotted

    Max brings us a happy Lewisham fish

  7. 20 Places To Lose Your Identity In The UK

    Lewisham comes in at number 5.

  8. Deptford Pudding

    Transpontine have a recipe but wonder if there’s anyone out there that’s tried it.

  9. Lewisham Safer Neighbourhoods Survey

    Brockley Nick notes the online survey but wonders about how the categories were decided.

  10. Poor “trick or treat”ers admonished

    “Children of Hither Green, I expect better next year.”

  11. Lewisham ’77 events

    Transpontine has a list

  12. Sunday Afternoon/The Politics Show/John Gray

    The council’s pension fund and its investment in Burma get an airing. Time for the pension committee to call an urgent meeting perhaps?

  13. Housewives Cash & Carry

    The Dame: “So why do I shop there? It’s grubby, unpredictable, unreliable and has surly staff. I am now asking myself this very question. But somehow this place has a certain mysterious allure, and one thing for sure is that no two visits are the same.”

  14. Upper Brockley Road

    Dean suggests there’s politics at work.

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.
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2 Responses to Lewisham Round Up

  1. Nigel says:

    Hi Andrew, the Lewisham Safer Neighbourhoods survey looks like a good idea. SNT’s in Lewisham have begun using ‘Love Lewisham’ for posting these kind of problems. They’re doing a great job! 60 images within the last 7 days. I reckon we should provide this facility for SNT’s across London. I bet that would recieve a warm welcome from some London councils!!

  2. andrewkbrown says:

    Good idea Nigel!

    Unfortunately some people seem to think that the number of reports a council receive are synonymous with the state of the streets, rather than the desire of committed individuals and local authority to tackle the problem.

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