|Posted on Friday, 19 May, 2006 - 10:30 am: |
Just to remind everyone so they can support our local landmark . Starts at 11.00 am
|Posted on Saturday, 20 May, 2006 - 07:51 pm: |
Went to this today and came away with a bagful of second hand books and some excellent plants, all for a few quid. As always at this time of year the gardens looked fabulous and everything smelt wonderful after the rain. Can't believe I live near such a gorgeous place.
|Posted on Monday, 22 May, 2006 - 07:17 am: |
Yes I agree Roz wonderful place.
There was one unsavoury incident about 10.50 when an over eager punter started handing the nic nacs. The Gentleman from Horniman's Friends asked the lady ( I use the word loosely )to wait until 11.00 , then her husband , remonstrated that he should F off and leave his wife alone.
Why do we have such unsavoury people attending such events. Cannot they stick to Lidl's
|Posted on Monday, 22 May, 2006 - 05:06 pm: |
Smashing sale. My wife collected together an armful of books and then ordered me to pay the man. £1, for all those words......bargain.
|Posted on Monday, 22 May, 2006 - 05:54 pm: |
Glad all you people from the wrong side of the tracks appreciated visiting Horniman Heights, although I am always relieved when you go back North down the hill (particularly the aforementioned charming couple).
Considering the weather was so awful a good turn out - it all looked very gentrified and I did not try to identify anyone from this site.
I would imagine that if someone was offensive as reported that that Park had the right to object them. BD tried this in the Peckham 6 when a couple decided to have a loud conversation and then became aggressive when I suggested that they retired to the pub. Staff were quite obliging.