Monthly Archives: June 2012

Talk about Charlton’s rail service this Tuesday

Charlton Rail Users Group co-convenor David Gardner has some words for you: Come to the Charlton Rail Users’ Group Open Forum with Southeastern, Network Rail and Greenwich Council next Tuesday 3 July at Charlton Liberal Club, 59 Charlton Church Lane … Continue reading

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Olympics countdown: Don’t get the hump

Only a month to go until the Olympic Games land on our doorstep – here’s a few things you should know about trying to get around the area… 1) Kidbrooke with Hornfair councillor Hayley Fletcher has been in touch to … Continue reading

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Charlton Lido: A bit of Charlton’s history is coming back

Behind all that rubble, something is stirring… but what exactly is happening with the redevelopment of Charlton Lido? Well, the good news is that by all accounts, it’s on course to reopen next month after a number of years out … Continue reading

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Sports day theme for Charlton’s annual Horn Fayre

Get your shorts on a week on Sunday… After the success of 2011’s ‘holiday camp theme’ the annual Horn Fayre (whose origins date back to the middle ages) is back again to resurrect more happy memories with interactive games and … Continue reading

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Competition hots up for Charlton’s green-fingered

Claire Williams from the Charlton Community Gardens project sends us more details for the edible window box competetion. Charlton Community Gardens are calling all novice and experienced Charlton Gardeners to take part in an edible window box competition. Enjoy creating … Continue reading

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Final open event for Charlton Parks Reminiscence Project

After months of hard work the Charlton Parks Reminiscence Project is up and running. This is a lottery funded project that aims to archive information about Charlton’s parks including stunning photographs, historical documents and recordings of local people’s memories. A … Continue reading

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Sainsbury’s and M&S site: Should Woolwich Road be downgraded?

Simon Hall, Charlton resident and the chair of the Charlton Riverside Action Group, sends us this message. As previously reported, the planning application for a new Sainsbury’s/M&S has been submitted. Considerable debate ensued, and CRAG organised a public meeting attended … Continue reading

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