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- Car left in middle of drive, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Wooden flooring, Bed, decking, car seats, chest of drawers, computer chair, bags of clothes, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Dumped caravan, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Refuse bags, toilet and wooden chair dumped, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Mattress, 22nd March March 22, 2017
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Category Archives: Charlton news
A plaque remembering the 15 people killed when Invicta Primary School was bombed in World War II was unveiled last week at a special ceremony. 12 firefighters and three others were killed when the then Invicta Road School – then … Continue reading
Developer Fairview New Homes is asking residents what they think of plans to build 370 new homes, including 11-storey blocks, on the site currently occupied by the remaining warehouse units off Victoria Way. The western part of the site – … Continue reading
Here’s an update from Charlton ward councillor Gary Parker on what he has been up to over the winter. I have met with residents and raised issues with the Chair of Planning about planning issues – the council’s planning department … Continue reading
A little while back, while alerting people to a meeting about the new masterplan for the Charlton riverside, we touched on plans for a 28-storey tower block on Anchor & Hope Lane, along with other big blocks behind Atlas Gardens … Continue reading
A winter night shelter at a Charlton church has been given a £500 grant by Greenwich Council as it opens its doors for the first three months of the year. The shelter at St Thomas Church opened its doors for … Continue reading
The Charlton & Woolwich Free Film Festival, launched last year and run entirely by volunteers, is back for 2017 and the organisers have been in touch with details of their first planning meeting: The Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival … Continue reading
The team behind Maryon Park Community Garden have been in touch…. The Maryon Park Community Garden has been nominated for a Tesco Bags of Help grant to upgrade the garden fencing and gates. We may receive £8K, £10K or £12K … Continue reading