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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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Living Streets Lewisham Dec 9
Replying to @lsatlewisham
2/2 We are receiving nominations for changes to pedestrian-crossing wait-times in . Email us by 11th Dec lewishamgroup@livingstreets.org.uk
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Living Streets Lewisham Dec 9
1/2 We are receiving nominations for changes to pedestrian-crossing wait-times in . Email us by 11th Dec lewishamgroup@livingstreets.org.uk
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THE LEWISHAM LEDGER Nov 28
Legless in Deptford...
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crosswhatfields Nov 28
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LoveLondonWalkLondon Nov 22
There are an amazing 7 walks to choose from in London on Saturday and a load more on Sunday - so why not come along & give us a try. All free & no need to book & a great way to get outside here in London
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andreworford.com Nov 22
Welcome to the village, the Health Village. A new wellbeing quarter in Forest Hill. Healthy heart, healthy mind, healthy planet. Let's do this.
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Living Streets Lewisham Nov 14
The next Living Streets meeting is between 19:30 - 21:00 Thursday 15th November, 2018 in the 1st floor meeting room of: The Blythe Hill Tavern, 319 Stanstead Road, London, SE23 1JB free and open to all
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Conscious Cities Oct 23
Opportunity and need for people to produce data that will help cities understand exposure to air pollution. at
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London Air Oct 17
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Running Past Oct 17
New blog post - Pentland House, known also as Foclallt House - was one of the country houses of Lee, it is probably the oldest inhabited building in Lewisham
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dusty gedge Oct 17
Can't beat a walk through the greenwich tunnel. But no singing please you might disturb the tiles and then the Thames might come pouring in!!!! ;)
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Museum of Walking Oct 23
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EllaRobertaFdn Oct 17
My friend & I designed this. Ella’s illness couldn’t be seen with the naked eye. It was all about her lungs. Her siblings were traumatised & I had to explain that she hadn’t left them but her lungs had given up on her. The impact of air pollution on childrens lungs is unspeakable
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Timothy Phillips Oct 3
Great piece from & on the surprise return of 's forgotten 'pedways'. The City was once supposed to be covered in them (see the 1960s map). Long despised, can they make a comeback?
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Lewisham Lowdown Oct 4
I just published “Something for the Weekend ; Catford Arts Trail”
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Made In Lewisham Oct 3
Looking for something to do between 13th and 28th October? Why not pop along to the FREE Then & Now exhibition at Catford Shopping Centre, featuring photographs of Lewisham residents some taken in 1977 and some taken this year. Open everyday. Go to
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London Gov Oct 2
We’re giving away 24,000 trees to Londoners to plant at home - enter the ballot now. Big thanks to and for making this happen.
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andreworford.com Oct 4
We need this active-lifestyle gamification in for our clean-air campaign. Perhaps we could even convert points earned by walking into rewards from local retailers, walk and shop local !!!!!
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Love New Cross Oct 4
The face in Fordham Park on the Moonshot community centre. The Moonshot Centre was constructed in 1981 in the wake of the New Cross fire that devastated so many lives in New Cross and beyond.
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