Tim Rutherford-Johns… on Huge Charlton Sainsbury’… Joe Thorne on St Richard’s Church Hall… mr_chas on St Richard’s Church Hall… Alan Palmer on Regenerating Charlton: What to… peter lapper on It’s back! Pelton Arms t…
- RT @Se_Railway: Trains between Plumstead & London via the #WoolwichLine are suspended at the moment because of a broken down train at Woolw… 18 hours ago
- RT @NoSilvertownTnl: Had these letters from TfL today? Get the facts about the toxic tunnel, not the spin: silvertowntunnel.co.uk http://t.… 18 hours ago
- Major night closures on Charlton stretch of Woolwich Road coming from 12th Oct - info via local cllr @Chris_C_Lloyd http://t.co/0Vu3unHtOG 2 days ago
- Regenerating Charlton: What to do with the old summer house?
- Valley House: Greenwich councillors throw out nine-storey Charlton block
- New Our Lady of Grace school approved for disused Highcombe playing field site
- Burglary down, car crime up – Charlton ward crime stats now available
- St Richard’s Church Hall – your views wanted on its future
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The lights were burning into the night yesterday as Charlton Lido prepared for its reopening. After two years of closure, the lido will be back open for business at 9.30am today for the summer, ahead of further work on refurbishing … Continue reading
Sixty years ago today, in the early hours of the morning, London’s last tram pulled into New Cross depot from Woolwich. Once a much-loved part of the capital’s transport system, the rattly old trams were deemed uneconomic to replace after … Continue reading
These folks have every right to look happy – they’re behind the Maryon Park Food Growing Project, which recently got a £5,000 grant from the London 2012 Changing Places Transform Programme. The project’s converting an old plant nursery in the … Continue reading