Category Archives: South East London

Darryl 853

Looks like the last bus got home. Welcome into the light Darryl. Advertisements

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Life in South East London

Life in South East LondonĀ a blog.

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Can museums be a potent force in social and urban regeneration?

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation are asking the question and I thought it might be something that interests the Friends of the Livesey Museum, and possibly others too. The paper argues that museums are playing a part in social change, tackling … Continue reading

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Better 172 Now

Better 172 Now, a blog with a purpose from Crofton Park. What Paul wants is: – A better maintained and modernise fleet of buses on the 172 route – A timetable that is adhered to and not altered by terminating … Continue reading

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Twenty20 at Beckenham

After making the last minute decision not to brave the weather on Friday evening I’m glad that I got down to Beckenham today to see Kent take Essex to the cleaners. Some big hitting by the opening batsman, Joe Denly, … Continue reading

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Friends of the Livesey Museum for Children

Friends of the Livesey Museum for Children have a blog where they are trying to explain what’s happening with the campaign to reopen the museaum. One post makes it clear that my hope that community ownership isn’t off the table, … Continue reading

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Age Exchange Games Day

I’ve been a fan of Age Exchange in Blackheath ever since I first visited a few years ago. They’ve always been very innovative in finding ways to develop intergenerational work and understanding and the centre itself is a fabulous resource. … Continue reading

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