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I ordered some from Amazon to wear. I shop for my 70 year old diabetic mother, so it was important to me to not catch nor pass on anything.. whilst they may not be 100% I feel I am doing all I can. As more people go back to work, the likelyhood of infection rising again seemed viable, so getting som...
I saw the fire engine going up there as I was making my way to my car (delivering mum's shopping), drove up westwood hill and the place was well ablaze, I do hope everyone is okay. Westwood hill was closed on my way back about 3pm, traffic diverted around Jews Walk area.
- 24 Apr 2020 22:53
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: PFC Penge Food Centre Sydenham Road
- Replies: 54
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@syenhamboy we're really very lucky in this neck of the woods to have a genuine high street with traditional shops. We are indeed. Even before the crisis I used to get all my mum's meat & veg from Billings and the greengrocer and take it over. Now of course I am doing all her shopping as she is in ...
- 22 Apr 2020 23:21
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: Industrial sounding noise in the air
- Replies: 1
- Views: 941
I have sometimes late at night if its too warm and open my bedroom window, that I hear a "buzzing" sound, higher pitch... and it goes off after a while. Never figured out what it is, but it is distant but then I live at Cobbs Corner at the bottom of westwood hill. Could be the same thing?
Some of course were not aware that the level had to be adjusted by them - and I wonder of this new maximum of £45 will require some to adjust their payment machines locally. Or will card machine suppliers roll-out a universal update, therefore reducing what our local traders will have to do. Edited...
Just to let you all know that as of today, the contactless card limit has been increased to £45. It may take a while for all terminals in stores to update, but you should find it rolling out quite quickly. Whilst this was originally introduced to reduce the use of cash during the Covid-19 period, it...
Yes, it's happening everywhere that is on lockdown.
I live opposite the greyhound and many were out clapping or at their windows. Car drivers tooting horns, passengers clapping and whooping. It was a very emotional experience. What a shame that it has taken this crisis for everyone to appreciate each other and those that care for us.
From the Sydenham Facebook page:- 1. Be careful if using cash machines on the high street. 3 young guys just snatched money off a guy using the Barclays atm. They ran off and hid but I just saw them come out of hiding and head up newlands Park 2. Honor Oak Post office cash machine seems to be fitted...
- 13 Feb 2020 20:10
- Forum: Town Hall
- Topic: London coronavirus patient turned up at hospital in Uber taxi Exclusive: woman arrived at Lewisham A&E unannounced after
- Replies: 7
- Views: 2466
Add to the mess that the bus app on mobile was showing Zero buses on both routes in sydenham so my mate ended up getting an uber home thinking the buses were not running at all.... what a total F*k up.
I drove past where the burst main was last night and it was all back to normal, all roadworks gone. My shower seemed a lot better for it this morning... finally after 3 weeks with very low pressure.
Boy, the water pressure was low this morning. Switched on the shower so I could wash my hair, and the low-pressure warning light immediately came on. No water. On Friday 6th a water pipe burst by the junction of Lawrie Park Road and Crystal Palace Park Road so we have that causing low pressure now ...
Someone was taken ill in the bank and sadly passed away.
Uber are not being discriminated personally, it's all non-black cabs. So it affects all Mini cabs, Addison, Uber and all the others too.