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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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Man rescued from collapsed trench on site next to Blackwall Tunnel approach
    Specially-trained fire officers rescued a man who was trapped in a collapsed trench on a construction site next to the Blackwall Tunnel approach on Tuesday. The man was trapped up to his chest in sand …
    By Darryl Chamberlain, 88 words
  2. Brixton Blog
    Online newspaper about Brixton, London. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Ceremony marks 25 years after Brixton bomb
    Lambeth councillors, local MP Helen Hayes and London Assembly member Marina Ahmad today (17 April) gathered with others in Brixton to mark the anniversary of the bomb that exploded in Electric Avenue 25 years ago. …
    By Alan Slingsby, 65 words
  3. The Charlton Champion
    News, events and more in Charlton, London SE7. 🇬🇧 More info

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    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
  4. The Deptford Dame
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    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 …
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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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Is too much pressure being put on children to fix the planet?
    As the news cycle churns out reports of climate disasters, and nature documentaries herald catastrophe, it is our children that will bear the brunt of the climate crisis. Consequently, the younger generations are becoming the …
    By Pius Bentgens, 1,136 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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Mike Guilfoyle commemorative bench
    On 15th March 2024, the commemorative bench for MIke Guilfoyle was welcomed to a spot overlooking the Ladywell Heroes Corner. Mike's widow, Nana Anto-Awuakye, was joined by a deacon from St. Mary Magdalen RC Church, …
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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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    SS Robin to move to Trinity Buoy Wharf on December 10th 2023
    In 2017, We proudly announced that SS Robin was returning home but things did not quite work out that way because of various issues. However, we can bring the news that the move from the …
    By isleofdogslife, 844 words
  8. Old Deptford History
    Explores the hidden secrets of this district of south east London located on the south bank of the River Thames. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Help for Tony
    Hi,I read this morning, with great interest, your Old Deptford History, very good, so much information. My reason for looking on your site was because I am starting a novel which begins in Deptford High …
    By Andy, 362 words
  9. Our Bow
    News and events in and around Bow, in the East End of London from The Geezers. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Pearly Queen of Islington visits the Geezers
    Last Tuesday Phyllis Broadbent, the Pearly Queen of Islington joined the Geezers in Kelly’s pie and mash shop at 526 Roman Rd, London E3 5ES. The Pearly Kings and Queens tradition was started by Victorian
    By Alan T, 43 words
  10. THE PECKHAM PECULIAR
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    Love Motion
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  11. Running Past
    South East London History on Foot. 🇬🇧 More info

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    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
  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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    At Chu’s Garage
    Click here to book for my next tour of the City of London this Sunday 21st April . Quang Chu of Chu’s Garage Chu’s Garage under the railway arches in London Fields has become a …
    By the gentle author, 2,851 words
  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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Women in Revolt at Tate Britain
    'Women in Revolt! Art and Activism in the UK 1970-1990' at Tate Britain features a huge amount of archive material from different 1970s/80s feminist currents alongside the art works which taken together give a strong …
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  14. Wanstead Meteo
    Meteorology-based musings about east London and beyond. 🇬🇧 More info

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    UK rainfall: Seathwaite / Honister v London
    It’s been a wet winter so far. Some 177mm has fallen in Wanstead – already 122 per cent more what falls in an average winter. But the amount pales into comparison with the Lake District. …
    By wansteadmeteo, 127 words
  15. wildcornerz
    ... of South East London. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Telephone box Painter
    Nice short doc by Matthieu Livingston about Robert Pammen; London's last [official] telephone box painter.
    By Wildcornerz, 17 words