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Over the successive weeks of the celebration, we have broken one saucepan lid (Ikea, not Lecreuset), two wooden spoons, then the remaining fragments of the wooden spoons when they were re-used the following week. Thankfully Amazon is still delivering wooden spoons!
I'm assuming that the posters saying they don't see the point of a bra fitting service are men :lol: (or should that be :roll: ?) Bravissimo, who have a nation-wide business doing this, don't measure you either - they look at the size of the bra you come in wearing and its fit on you, to determine w...
- 14 Sep 2019 19:45
- Forum: Town Kids
- Topic: Gems Summer Clubs 2019 - Sydenham High School & Beecroft Primary
- Replies: 2
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Just to say, our children did a Gems camp this summer and loved it!
- 14 Sep 2019 19:42
- Forum: Town Kids
- Topic: Earlesthorpe/Thorpes - schools help please!
- Replies: 4
- Views: 2250
The catchment distances should be available on the council's website. Adding two and two, I think I emailed you a whole load of info on schools via your vendor Welcome to the neighbourhood!
- 20 Mar 2019 16:07
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: Girton Road car park - introduction of parking charges
- Replies: 3
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Just noticed in the latest email from the Sydenham Society that Lewisham Council is planning to introduce parking charges for the Girton Road car park. If this is done without the corresponding introduction of a CPZ on the surrounding streets, the already extreme difficulties that residents face in ...
I guess the fact there are so many 'worst journeys' that have been offered up here only serves to demonstrate how well provided for we are when it comes to public transport
I guess it depends whether you are closer to the Sydenham or Penge end of those roads, but there are quite a few children from those roads at Kelvin Grove - with three-form entry it has quite a large catchment. Also, each year at least one or two local schools take a bulge class to accommodate incre...
Raffaele's has high chairs and is very welcoming of children, but not sure if they're open at lunchtimes... Think the Golden Lion has high chairs too, as does the Dolphin. For all their unfriendly-sounding notices about children, the Dolphin were actually great when we took our two plus their baby c...
We have a lovely Spanish au pair joining our family in a couple of weeks' time. Does anyone know of any local au pair networks - or just have an au pair themselves that we could introduce her to - that we can connect her with to help her settle in and make friends?
And a few facts on the EU's democratic deficit for the Brexiters while I'm at it. No, it's not perfect, but show me a political system that is. There are three political institutions in the EU - the Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers. The Commission: basically the civil...
There is a great quote from a Telegraph article earlier this week: "There is no conceivable form of Brexit that will simultaneously avoid a UK recession, is acceptable to Leave voters, and be agreed by every one of the 27 EU nations in possession of a veto - there's just no way of making those circl...
You definitely get more square feet for your money in Sydenham than Forest Hill or Honor Oak Park. Also, there is a better range of good quality family housing within your five-minute station radius in Sydenham than in FH. I've not felt unsafe walking home from the station (or pub) in Sydenham, but ...
Would echo the praise of the other posters. Having heard of the shop via the school grapevine, we popped in on Saturday for new shoes for both our one year old and our four year old and were very impressed. Dorothy (hope I've remembered her name correctly!) really knows her stuff and clearly cares t...
Not had an au-pair before but a friend of mine who is a secondary school English teacher in Austria had a student that she rates highly who was looking for a summer au-pair job in London. I can find out if she's still looking, if you're interested?
- 7 Mar 2015 20:47
- Forum: Town Kids
- Topic: Day care nurseries in Sydenham - HELP!
- Replies: 5
- Views: 4407
There's one on Jews Walk that my friend's daughter went to that she was happy with. Townsend Montessori and Rub-a-Dubs, both in Forest Hill, are also good.