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Living Streets Lewisham
We are the local campaign for safe streets which are great places for people to walk, meet and just be, right across the borough of Lewisham.
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Tom Harrison Aug 3
paging Area wide motor car restrictions are an amazingly effective way at reducing air pollution.
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Blackheath Hub Jul 27
Heath looking absolutely parched.
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Matthew Hardy Aug 2
Replying to @nuttyxander
I always show my students this diagram of Bank Junction before the closure, showing where people crossed c/f where the crossings were
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WalthamForestCouncil Aug 2
Today we have published a report with which shows that the programme, which makes roads safer and easier to get around, has helped to improve the borough’s and extend children’s life expectancy by six weeks.
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Lee Forum Jul 20
This little girl lived in our area -- please sign :-)
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Diamond Geezer Blog Jul 19
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853 Jul 5
Mapping the future: Lewisham Council wants your help to improve its streets
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Adam Reynolds Jun 4
There is not a single Visually Impaired Person that will not be socially excluded by this design. Even parliament has called a halt on flat shared space schemes. This trendy 'career' advancing design is extremely bad.
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Living Streets Lewisham May 11
Our next Living Streets meeting is on Thursday 17th May 7.30-9pm in the 1st floor of the Blythe Hill Tavern, 319 Stanstead Rd, SE23
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Citizen Sense May 11
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DeptfordFolk May 11
Great news for all Make sure you book YOUR place for their FREE talk on on July 3rd
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The Kitchen SE12 May 10
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Davenant Apr 2
I give you London as it was in 1790 showing Plowgarlick Hill, Loom Pit Hole, the Black Heath, and the villages of Bromley, Dulwich, Peckham and Lewisham. Also showing Nor Wood when it was a large wood together with the fields and windmills around Greenwich.
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Portals of London Apr 2
We learn from this symbol - here at the edge of Sydenham Hill's Lammas Green estate and featured in our latest post - is the 'bridge mark', logo of the Bridge House trust, set up in the 13th C to maintain London Bridge. Their remit has expanded in the centuries since
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Kate Apr 5
Love the view from Blythe Hill Fields
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Tube Mapper Feb 1
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Lee Forum Mar 2
Here is some recent statistical information about rat-running in our area. 🤔
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Walkonomics Feb 23
Study of 400,000 people shows living in a neighborhood reduces your risk of blood pressure & hypertension
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BXAG Feb 2
Here's why station needs some community loving 😟 come help us give her some ❤️ on Sunday 18th Feb, 10am - 2pm. Tools, refreshments and bags of provided. Just bring your lovely selves x
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James-J Walsh Feb 1
secures £20Million to help move ’s South Circular to build new homes and regenerate town centre!
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