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- RT @becinbrussels: Lovely swim tonight @charltonlido - bit of a chill in the air but pool was pleasantly warm. And lane all to myself! #lov… 16 hours ago
- RT @gabrielle_tv: First swim @charltonlido since it has been 'done up'. Lovely & great to meet @RosemaryLeeke1 Pool now HEATED - but you ca… 16 hours ago
- Early designs for Anchor & Hope Lane development on show at Greenwich Yacht Club until 9. Here's 26 storeys and a l… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… 18 hours ago
- Petition aims to put a life-saving defibrillator in Maryon Park
- Greenwich Trust School: Charlton to get new secondary school
- Addicks fans’ protest shirts raise £3,500 for Charlton Park Riding for the Disabled
- Charlton Conversations: Talk about new Anchor & Hope Lane development at Greenwich Yacht Club
- How can Greenwich Council help improve the area? Tell them at Charlton House on Tuesday
- Large jumbo bags of Tree off cuts etc, 30th September September 30, 2016
- Fly tipped toilet, 30th September September 30, 2016
- Traffic warden, 28th September September 28, 2016
- Vehicle left for some time, looks abandoned and has junk in it, 28th September September 28, 2016
- Overgrown branches, 27th September September 27, 2016
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Category Archives: Charlton’s Friday Photo
Nadine Street in sun and snow, captured this afternoon.
Thames Pilots at the Anchor and Hope, by Neil Clasper.
I think it’s Homer’s second or third Christmas on this Charlton Road balcony.
I’ve always thought that the houses on the corner of Lansdowne Lane have one of the best views in London from their back windows.
The Thames Path foot tunnel, from Neil Clasper. Incidentally, Neil has some wonderful new photos of Charlton on his website.
Outside St Luke’s Church. There are wreath-laying ceremonies on Sunday morning here, and also at Charlton cemetery.
Eastcombe Avenue, courtesy of Neil Clasper.