|Posted on Sunday, 07 March, 2004 - 12:59 pm: |
Now my children have grown up and got kids of their own, I am happily showing the little uns all my old haunts. They get a good laugh about me talking about the "old days" we came out to the country to forest hill. I brough them today today to the little play park on London road pposite the Horniman.I was shocked to find major road works all around. A passerby said they are moving the road nearer the park to fit in a bus lane. I can't believe this camn be right. Does any one know what is really happening.When i was young it awas part of the horniman gardens. Surely the Horniman Museum and gardeens are 2 of the best bits of the town. whats going on.
|Posted on Thursday, 30 June, 2005 - 10:51 am: |
What’s good about Forest Hill and how do we keep it that way? I have been sitting and thinking about this for 10 minutes and realise I have veered right off into thinking about “ What used to be so good about Forest Hill and why did we allow so many bad things to happen to it?”
It must be true, I AM A SAD PERSON; I have turned into a depressive, negative thinker. How did that happen? I am going to take myself for a walk around our town and try to think of something constructive to add to this topic. Watch this space!
|Posted on Thursday, 30 June, 2005 - 11:40 am: |
The views, the green spaces and parks (ski / toboggan pistes when it snows!), the museum (plus soon new Aquarium), the rail links to LBR, CHX and Croydon / Victoria, Quiz Nite in Question. Library, swimming pool, conservation area. Ambulance station, Fire station and sometimes even a police station!
|Posted on Wednesday, 06 July, 2005 - 05:30 pm: |
Jam Night at the Forest Hill Hotel on Tuesday, Blues Night at the Rutland on Thursday, Band Night at the Hob on Friday - Forest Hill's a great place for music!
|Posted on Thursday, 14 July, 2005 - 08:52 pm: |
The Curly Wurly factory at the corner of Perry Vale and Dacres Road