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Blogs about Areas of London

15 blogs about Areas of London.

  1. 853
    “Public interest news for Greenwich and SE London, funded by you.” By Darryl Chamberlain, et al. 🇬🇧

    Developer must be forced to restore our White Swan, pub campaigners say in petition
    Campaigners in Charlton are calling on Greenwich Council to force the offshore developer that owns the White Swan pub to restore the venue to how it was when it closed three years ago. Mendoza, which …
    By Darryl Chamberlain, 92 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per week. Started in .

  2. Brixton Blog
    “Online newspaper about Brixton, London.” 🇬🇧

    Brixton-based short set to screen in London
    The Stupid Boy, shot and set in Brixton, is an Oscar-qualified short film that will screen in London over the coming weeks. The multi-award-winning film follows the stories of Michael, a 16-year-old neurodivergent boy oblivious …
    By Christian Vince, 63 words

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  3. The Charlton Champion
    “News, events and more in Charlton, London SE7.” 🇬🇧

    We have closed down: It’s goodbye from The Charlton Champion
    After 1,187 different stories, I’m sorry to say that this, the 1,188th, will be the last piece published on The Charlton Champion. We have now closed. Thank you for your custom. There’s a bit more …
    By Darryl Chamberlain, 53 words

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  4. The Deptford Dame

    Launch of MoSaF map - 'a new way of thinking about Deptford'
    A group campaigning for a Museum of Slavery and Freedom to be established in Deptford has announced the launch of its latest initiative, the MoSaF Map, this Saturday. MoSaF London has issued an invitation to …
    347 words

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  5. Eastlondonlines
    “An independent local news website serving the diverse communities of four London boroughs: Lewisham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Croydon.” 🇬🇧

    ‘When I’m writing I’m pulling on elements of Croydon and South London’
    “Let us man be loud. Let us man not doubt. Let us man not fear. Let us not fear you.” Jeremiah “Sugar J” Brown recites these lines from his poem, Us, straight down the camera’s …
    By Annabel Martin, 839 words


  6. Friends of Brockley & Ladywell Cemeteries
    “FOBLC promote the conservation and appreciation of the Brockley & Ladywell cemeteries as a place of remembrance, historic importance & natural beauty.” 🇬🇧

    Heritage Open Day Saturday 16th September
    This year the FoBLC will be taking part in the National Trust’s national heritage open days. 10am – 1pm: Ladywell Chapel open with displays 10.30am General Tour starting at the Ladywell entrance 10.30am Tin Poppies …
    By Pnap, 79 words

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  7. Isle of Dogs Life
    “This site is a celebration of life past and present on this small part of London’s East End.” 🇬🇧

    Arctic Pride II Superyacht in West India Dock
    The traffic in West India Dock has been a bit slow recently, so it was nice to see the arrival of the Arctic Pride II Superyacht. The Arctic Pride II Yacht is 46.3 m (151’9″ …
    By isleofdogslife, 154 words

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  8. Old Deptford History
    “Explores the hidden secrets of this district of south east London located on the south bank of the River Thames.” 🇬🇧

    A Bedmaker ... Carrington House.
    I have just discovered your Old Deptford web site. I see a lot of comments from 2012, but I hope you are still involved and interested. I have been researching a friend's family history, and …
    By Andy, 115 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  9. Our Bow
    “News and events in and around Bow, in the East End of London from The Geezers.” 🇬🇧

    A roof fire engulfed flats above Bow Business Centre. 11 leaseholders have been forced to leave their homes and have been informed that it might take 12 months for them to regain access. On Friday,
    By Alan T, 43 words

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    We’re trying to reach the milestone of 10 years of The Peckham Peculiar and are now 33.3% of the way…
    We’re trying to reach the milestone of 10 years of The Peckham Peculiar and are now 33.3% of the way there. Lots of rewards are available if you pledge a few £££! Full info here …
    70 words

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  11. Running Past
    “South East London History on Foot.” 🇬🇧

    Broadway Theatre – a 20th Century Architectural Gem
    What is currently known as the Broadway Theatre is arguably one of Lewisham’s finest 20th century buildings both inside and out. It dates from the early 1930s and used to be next to a gothic …
    By Paul B, 1,256 words

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  12. Spitalfields Life
    “In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London.” By The Gentle Author. 🇬🇧

    The Midway Point
    CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR CROWDFUND PAGE & CONTRIBUTE . After two weeks, we have now reached the midway point of our month’s crowdfund campaign and I am grateful to the 84 people who have …
    By the gentle author, 791 words

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  13. Transpontine
    “South East London blogzine - things that are happening, things that happened, things that should never have happened. New Cross, Brockley, Deptford and other beauty spots.” 🇬🇧

    Looking History and other walks
    A couple of walks coming up in the 'Looking History' series. My walk 'Peckham Against Racism and Fascism' takes place at 11 am on Sunday October 1st and will hopefully do what it says on …
    426 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .

  14. Wanstead Meteo
    “Meteorology-based musings about east London and beyond.” 🇬🇧

    Rolling 12-month maxima in Wanstead, east London
    The rolling 12-month average maxima anomaly in Wanstead on June 10th is sitting at 1.6C. Considering local statistics back to 1959 the figure reached an all-time high of 2.1C last November, a level it stayed …
    By wansteadmeteo, 92 words

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  15. wildcornerz
    “... of South East London.” 🇬🇧

    Lightship Artwork
    Radio producer Cathy FitzGerald and digital innovator Tony Churnside collaborated on this excellent audio installation on the LV21 Lightship, as part of the Thames festival 2016. The work is broadcast on an fm radio signal …
    By Wildcornerz, 85 words

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