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- 28 Apr 2012 19:34
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: Support your local French bakery!
- Replies: 54
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Manwithaview1 wrote:Nick Griffin supports British workers so much he bought a Czech car, which was repossesed...Eagle wrote:So we get taken to task for supporting British workers. What has the world come to.
is he the only politician to support British Workers then?
we don't want any egg -aggeration do we Eagle?Eagle wrote:Fully understand Checkmate that you are not discussing the poultry number or otherwise of chicken shops in SE26
There are some very nice streets in Sydenham . Where are the residents shopping ? These Money shops are a disgrace . Over 1000% interest , usually a lot more. Nail parlours ? What did we use to do and most of us still do , cut our own nails. This surely is a luxury ( if indeed it is a luxury ) for ...
- 27 Apr 2012 18:59
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: Antic pubs have withdrawn from the Greyhound
- Replies: 330
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Hey folks, I took the liberty of emailing Fi of Antic (not Antic Pubs, just Antic) to see if I could gather any more info about their opening a boozer in Sydenham... She said they were still in negotiations so couldn't say anything yet, that they had pulled out of the Greyhound due to the reduced s...
i do remember is how friendly everyone one was, mind you I was only 20 then maybe that helped! :wink: In fact they were so friendly they had to wire up the clothes to an alarm system :wink: I remember 76 :) marvelous, we were young boys in the park, jumpers for goal posts, marvelous. I don't doubt ...
I wish I had kept my school notes from about 1961. We had to walk up and down Sydenham Rd noting each shop and whether they were a sole trader , partnership or limited company. The Helen Shapiro look alike in The Record Forum gave me short shrift. See to recall a better class of shop. There were at...
mikecg wrote:Just a thought but may be it's time to accept the reality that Sydenham High Street is projecting the demographic of the area. No?
Keeping it real since 1968.
If that were the case Mike,why do so many of the "wrong" types of shops shut?
Keeping it real since 1956-----gosh, really?
Annie Good to hear from you. I agree that regretably Sydenham not what it was. West Lewisham used to be a Conservative seat for most of the 50's and 60's . Little chance of that happening now. Mr Dowd has job for life , like Kim Jil Un. Basically most of Sydenham a nice place , but it does have an ...
Before I lived in Sydenham,I used to travel through to my work in Dulwich Village,It used to feel like I was travelling through the countryside,I was so impressed, it was nothing like I was used to,I dont think the name Sydenham is wrong-I personally like it, but I think the reputation it now has is...
When I lived in Herne Hill many years ago the house I lived in backed onto the Railway,thieves stole the cable from the railway,just missing the BIGGIE which had xxx00000s of volts passing through it.
Some of the people around Sydenham are low evolved, are ill-educated and they are having children, shocking isn't it. mikecg What is shocking Mike is the lack of concern over the child. The woman was at least mid 30s and should have known better. I could hardly be called a snob Mike, I come from th...
I take Mikes posts with a pinch of salt,I assume he has a dry sense of humour. but the other one! beggers belief! :shock: Do you mean me, Annie? Okay, let me clarify my position. I imagine that child is growing up in a house where s/he frequently see alcohol consumed, maybe to excess. Is that an id...