Monthly Archives: September 2008

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Lewisham Round Up

The Mayor welcomes Tasha Danvers to the borough. Just how long does it take to work out who is responsible for a wall?  How could you get to live in an almshouse?  Open House, St Margaret’s Church, Lee.  Organic gardening … Continue reading

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Lewisham Council – Mayor and Cabinet digest

Just to say I think this is to be welcomed.

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A Good Crop

Eardrums is one of my favourite music blogs at the moment, and when it puts out such great compilations as A Good Crop I’m sure you’ll understand why. Having fallen out of love with indie music in the post-Britpop era … Continue reading

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I’ve written about MMR before so the Sky News story caught my eye: In London, less than half of five-year-olds have been vaccinated, raising fears of measles outbreaks as soon as children start school. Earlier this year Dr Chris Watts, Director of … Continue reading

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Council – 29th September

Agenda(2) – 29 September 2008.PDF Full Council will include discussions on the statement of accounts; health and safety and food law enforcement plan; petitions; questions; and motions. Item 6 Appendices 1 and 2 – 29 September 2008.PDF Important changes to … Continue reading

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Every year the Aske’s governors and senior managers hold a meeting with parents to answer questions and here any concerns that parents want to raise.  As you might expect it’s the chair of governors who fronts for the rest of … Continue reading

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One of my mates has just launched the PinkStinks website, and what a great idea it is too: PinkStinks is a campaign aimed at girls between the ages of 6 and 12 years old and their parents. We believe that … Continue reading

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Lewisham Round Up

Lewisham Heels Internationalist? Status symbol. Gardening without (some) chemicals. Old graff. Walk including stink pipes. More green space? Business confidence. Another walk including cows. More countryside. Straight stories. Dates and more. Lee Green assembly. CPZ. Speed and humps. Leegate. Pub … Continue reading

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Open House; Lewisham

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, then maybe the local offerings from the Open House London will give you inspiration. Here’s the list: APT – The Art in Perpetuity Trust, Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford (first come)  Boone’s Chapel, … Continue reading

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