Children and adults can now enter the den without scratching themselves on thorns. It has a privet hedge and a fruiting hedgerow. Glendale staff trimmed the privet which had become overgrown and straggly. Labels: aviary , FOMP volunteers , Glendale , hedgerow , maple stump suckers , modern drinking fountain , privet hedge , rockery , teamwork , Triangle herb and Fruit beds , Victorian water fountain.
Tuesday, 5 June Upcoming work session in June Friends of Mayow Park first met in April as Mayow Park Users' Group and, for our 25 year anniversary, we would like to mark that occasion by working together with Glendale to brighten up one part of the park. FOMP volunteers plan to clean up the Victorian granite water fountain in recognition that the park itself celebrates an anniversary - years since it was officially opened to the public. The fountain circa provided drinking water to park users The fountain today as an ornamental reminder of bygone days The volunteers will also tidy up the Triangle herb and fruit beds in front of the cafe.
It there are enough volunteers we may do some additional work in the orchard. Together with Glendale we will create a new rockery near the modern drinking fountain, an idea suggested by a park user a few years ago. Opposite the rockery and next to a bench is a wonderful maple 'den' created after a diseased maple tree had to be felled some years ago. The stump is still there but around it have grown suckers to create a dense hideaway. We intend to cut back some of this growth. Dense growth surrounds the dead tree stump. We welcome more volunteers, for a short while or the whole session.
If you can, bring a trowel or a spade. If you don't have tools we have a few. Labels: Glendale , history , orchard , rockery , Triangle herb and Fruit beds , Victorian water fountain , volunteers. Newer Posts Older Posts Home. Subscribe to: Posts Atom.
One thing raced through her mind. Dicks suffered a severe spinal injury to her T5 vertebrae, several fractures, multiple broken ribs, a crushed sternum, a collapsed lung and a large gash on her neck that needed 20 staples. Eleven days after she was admitted, neurosurgeons installed rods and screws in her back to support the T5 vertebrae.
She was in an induced coma for three weeks. That would be unbearable.
This is tolerable. I can live with this. The eldest calls her mom a hero. I think any mother would do it and I would do it again if I had to. Dicks has since been moved out of the ICU. She no longer requires respiratory assistance nor a feeding tube. Along the south it is bordered by Southend Lane, the A main road. The River Ravensbourne runs through Bellingham, although it is either underground or part of a man-made section of the river.
The Prime Meridian passes to the east of Bellingham. Randlesdown Road serves as a mini 'High Street' for Bellingham providing a local supermarket, men's and women's hair dressers, dry cleaner, off licence, news agent, fish and chip shop, pub, various takeaways and a recently built gym situated on Bellingham playing fields. It is known for being a very multicultural area Transport Bellingham station.
Michael Alexander Perry born 4 April is an English former footballer who scored seven goals in 47 league games in a four-year career in the Football League from to Playing career Perry began his career at Ron Wylie's West Bromwich Albion, who posted an 11th-place finish in the First Division in —83, before dropping to 17th place in — Perry scored five goals in 20 league games at The Hawthorns. He also had loan spells at Fourth Division clubs Torquay United and Northampton Town, making five appearances at Plainmoor and four appearances at Sixfields.
He joined Torquay permanently, and scored one goals in 18 league games in the —85 campaign, as David Webb's "Gulls" finished bottom of the Football League. The area was historically known for its gas works and the poverty of the local workers, in what Charles Booth called "the one really poor district in this quarter of London. References Willey, Russ. Chambers London Gazetter, p Playing career Perry played for Stoke before joining Port Vale in August , just before they joined the Football League to take over the fixtures of financially-troubled Leeds City, who were expelled from the Second Division two months into the season.
Drummers in this period included Luke Rendle previously of Crisis and the short-lived member Cliff. It is located west of Eltham and east of Lewisham town centre. The Manor of Lee was a historic parish of the Blackheath hundred and existed up to when it was merged with the parish of Lewisham to create the Metropolitan Borough of Lewisham. While modern Lee is centred on Lee railway station and the road of Burnt Ash Hill, the parish was based around Lee High Road which today stretches into the town centre of Lewisham.
The River Quaggy formed much of the boundary between the two parishes, though at Lee Bridge at the western end of Lee High Road it is now almost completely hidden. The Lee Manor Society have produced a comprehensive his. It forms the southern part of Lewisham, 6. Growing extensively with the arrival of the railways, Hither Green is characterised by late 19th and early 20th century Victorian and Edwardian domestic architecture, most notably the Corbett Estate. The lane dates back to Roman times and runs between the Quaggy and Ravensbourne rivers.
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The area is known for the Hither Green rail crash, in which 49 people were killed. History Topony. London's first railway, from London to Greenwich was built through Deptford in Christopher Marlowe, the playwright was murdered nearby. Many of the stalls have passed from one generation to the other.
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Economy A collection of new and used goods, with a prominence of food stalls spread out on the side streets and pavements, this vibrant market is filled with a diverse range of stallholders. To see the whole range of stalls it is best to visit before midday as some stallholders pack up early. There is a broad mix of stalls selling items from fresh fish, foods,.
As well as these there are various sports grounds and fields. History The area was developed as a London suburb in the s. Much of it consists of a housing estate built by the Metropolitan Borough of Lewisham in the s. A workhouse was built in the area in There are multiple public public parks in the area, the largest of.
It is at the northern end of a string of hills stretching from Croydon, previously part of the Great North Wood. A legend tells that on 1 May , Elizabeth I picnicked with Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris in the Lewisham area by an oak tree at the summit of a hill. The tree surrounded by railings is an oak, and was planted in as a successor to the historic one.
The Broadway Theatre. The town centre, with the 'village green' including water pump just visible to the right Catford is a district of south east London, England, and the administrative centre of the London Borough of Lewisham. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London. The name derives from the place where cattle crossed the River Ravensbourne in Saxon times. Catford was historically part of Kent until , when it was absorbed into the new London County Council, along with the majority of the present day London Borough of Lewisham.
Catford covers most of SE6 postcode district.
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The area is identified in the L. Currently the only other permanent member is longti. New Cross is an area of south east London, England, 4. New Cross Gate corresponds to the manor and district formerly known as Hatcham. The earliest reference to Hatcham is the Domesday Book of as Hacheham. It was held by. Brockley has its origins in a small agricultural hamlet of the same name located in the area of the "Brockley Jack" rebuilt , a large Victorian public house that today houses the Brockley Jack Theatre.
Brockley Hall demolished stood nearby and now gives its name to a road on a s housing estate. Crofton Park railway station was built nearby. Claire Louise Perry born 3 April is a Conservative politician in the United Kingdom who has represented the Devizes constituency since Subsequently, she served as Rail minister from July to July She was educated at Nailsea School and Brasenose College, Oxford, where she read geography, graduating in One of her contemporaries at Brasenose was George Monbiot, who described her in his column for The Guardian as at the time "a firebrand who wanted.
St Johns is a name used to refer to Lewisham around the station of the same name in south-east London within the London Borough of Lewisham. It borders the Royal Borough of Greenwich. It makes up the northwestern part of Lewisham along with Telegraph Hill. St John's is noted for its late 19th-century housing, constructed as Deptford New Town, and protected as the Brookmill Road and St John's Conservation Areas since and respectively. It was also the site in of one of Britain's worst railway disasters.
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Etymology The district is named after the dedication of the parish church of St John, Deptford that was established in The area encompasses streets between Brookmill Road and Lewisham Way, bound by Friendly Street in the west and railway embankments in the south-east. Parts of northern Brockley may be included in the designation, which includes Brockley's Farmers' Market. The —09 season was Port Vale's 97th season of football in the Football League, and first season in League Two, following their relegation from League One.
After a poor start to the season manager Lee Sinnott was sacked in September, and was replaced by Dean Glover. Despite a brief period of improvement, Vale then slipped back down the table to finish in eighteenth place. Marc Richards was the club's top scorer with eleven goals, and goalkeeper Joe Anyon was Player of the Year despite breaking his leg towards the end of the season. Top-scorer Marc Richards. Louis Dodds hit ten goals. Captain Sam Stockley. John McCombe in action against Bury in April. New signing Lee Collins.
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Anthony Griffith quickly established himself in the first team. Founded as Millwall Rovers in , the club has retained its name despite having last played in the Millwall area of the Isle of Dogs in From then until the club played at what is now called The Old Den in New Cross, before moving to its current home stadium nearby, called The Den.
The traditional club crest is a lion rampant, referred to in the team's nickname 'The Lions'. Millwall's traditional kit consists of blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks. In Millwall's 92 seasons in the Football League from —21 to , the club have been promoted eleven times five times as champions and relegated nine times. They have spent the majority of their existence yo-yoing between the second and third tiers of the Football League.