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This is a website for people who live, work or study in and around Rushey Green, in SE London. Send us your news, event details and photos.
Congratulations to CBT on winning South East London pub of the year award!
During heavy rain and at high tide, the Thames and its tributaries are at most risk of flooding. Those areas most likely to be affected in Lewisham borough are New Cross, Deptford, central Lewisham, and low-lying areas around the A21. While the Thames Barrier is designed to help prevent flooding due to high tides, Lewisham Council has also made substantial landscaping improvements to reduce the risk of flooding by increasing the capacity of the borough’s waterways and rivers such as the…Continue
A new coffee shop has opened in the ticket hall of Catford Bridge station. This is adjacent to Platform 2 and is open from 06.00 till about 16.00. As well as coffee, there is a range of snacks, cold drinks & papers. Toast will be arrviing shortly! Also, cold drinks & papers will be on sale during the morning rush hour on Platform 1.Continue
Lewisham Council now recycles small electrical items which have reached the end of their life. Bring these items along to the Laurence House car park. (No computers/monitors/fridges/washing machines etc.) Continue
The three Rushey Green Councillors have regular advice surgeries for people who live in Rushey Green Ward. To see one of your councillors, come along between 11.00 and 12.00 to the Town Hall on the first, third or fourth Saturday of the month. Although the Town Hall is closed to the public, the staff will let you in to see your councillor.Continue
Lewisham Mayor Sir Steve Bullock writes: "On Saturday September 19th, Lewisham became the first Civic Centre in the UK to become a "Safe-Haven" for young people. The Town Hall will display a sticker dedicated to murdered teenager, Jimmy Mizen, offering protection to any child or young person in immediate danger. The scheme is community led and was created by the camapigning charity London Citizens http://www.londoncitizens.org.uk/ Jimmy was a member of South London Citizens…Continue
The Stainton Tea Rooms are now open in Mountsfield Park, near the play area at the Stainton Road side of the park. Wholesome food & excellent coffee are just some of the items on the menu. The Tea Rooms are open seven days a week during park opening hours. Pictured are the Rushey Green ward councillors, Helen Klier, John Muldoon and Peggy Fitzsimmons, enjoying coffee.
It weights 3.5kgs, it shines, it's beautiful - it is the award that Rushey Green Time Bank won on February 19th: The City of London 2008 Sustainable City Awards for Access to goods and services by disadvantaged groups.…Continue
Started by Tristan Webb. Last reply by John Muldoon Apr 10, 2012.