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Recycled War Stretchers

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Possibly the most obvious reminders of the bombing are the post-war housing estates which were built on the extensive bomb sites, and in particular the many fences around them which were made from redundant stretchers. […]

VIDEO: London Past & Present: Schools

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Thanks to Peckham Vision for bringing our attention to this interesting film from 1970 at Peckham Park school about life in late Victorian times (19 min). The film features children from Peckham Park School preparing […]

Love West Dulwich

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We are very proud to be part of an event alongside 27 local businesses in West Dulwich on 20th September 2014 to promote our area. Each local business will run special offers and shows for […]

Oxjam will take over New Cross this October!

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Every October, local people across the country who love their music scene come together to organise Oxjam Takeover Festivals, which raise money for Oxfam to fight global poverty. Oxjam Takeovers are multi-venue music festivals that […]

Open Garden – Sunday 7 September

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You are invited to an open garden on Sunday 7 September in the stunning garden of Howletts Meade, 48 College Road from 2pm – 5pm. There will be tea, homemade cakes and music. The garden spreads over 2 […]

Diary of a Costa Book Award judge – part one

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I am now well into reading the submissions for the Costa Biography Book of the Year 2015 and what an amazing and wonderful challenge it is proving to be. One on the brilliant benefits of […]

Self-Checkout Woes

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I like the self-service tills and use them in preference to manned tills. Mainly because I’m in a rush or the manned till have long queues. It may look simple enough. Step 1: Scan your […]

Dinosaur Food in south London

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Fentiman Road, Vauxhall, hosts one example (left) of the amazing gingko tree - whose species has survived at least 240 million years, since before the dinosaurs roamed the earth. Western scientists at first found only fossils of […]

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