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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MMR

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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Accountability

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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