Category Archives: Uncategorized

January’s dates for your diary

13th-19th January, 12-8pm: There’ll be a week of open days at the new gym and lifestyle club facilities at Charlton Lido. You’re encouraged to have a look around, find out how the new development turned out, and there’ll be Better staff … Continue reading

Posted in Charlton news, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dates for your diary: Pub Quiz, FoCL, Winter Social

7th November – Pub Quiz:  The Charlton Pub Quiz returns! Fans of quiz-master Paul’s sparkly jacket can see it in all its glory at 8.30pm at the Rose of Denmark. The pub quiz can also be found on Twitter – … Continue reading

Posted in Charlton, Charlton news, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Pollution in SE7: Silvertown Tunnel public meeting tomorrow

You may have heard about London mayor Boris Johnson’s proposals to build a new Silvertown Tunnel – effectively a third Blackwall Tunnel – between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks. It’s likely this would attract more traffic to the area, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 4 Comments

It’s the Big Red Bus Club’s big bike ride on Sunday…

Tomorrow morning, a group of dads (and their mates) from the Big Red Bus Club under-fives’ play centre in Charlton Park will set out for Whitstable on a sponsored bike ride. Fancy chipping in with a few quid for them? … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Will Charlton road changes give you the hump?

Big changes are on their way to a big chunk of Charlton’s back streets – if they affect you, what do you think of them? Hundreds of homes were sent consultation packs last week about making the area between the … Continue reading

Posted in Charlton, Charlton news, Uncategorized | Tagged | 14 Comments

Ready for three years of train pain from Charlton?

Are you ready for three years of travel disruption through London Bridge station? From 2015, many trains won’t be calling there while the station is rebuilt. Find out more, and find out what Southeastern and Network Rail are doing about … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 2 Comments

Fancy growing your own in Maryon Park?

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

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment