Monthly Archives: September 2014
South London Religious Nutbags
Of South London's oddities, 19th century dissenters The Peculiar People of Plumstead and the Walworth Jumpers set the bar well beyond the grasp of the merely unhinged.
28 Sep, 14
Booze Ahoy! London’s Floating Pubs
Sitting up on deck you can enjoy fresh mineral vapours in your nostrils, the wind in your hair and fag ash in your lap.
25 Sep, 14
Thamesmead: Venice of the South-East
With five lakes, a canal and a lengthy riverside, it has one foot in Lombardy and the other in something else entirely.
19 Sep, 14
Streetlife: Lordship Lane, SE22
Have organic shallots ruined the oldest street in East Dulwich?
19 Sep, 14
Streetlife: Lower Marsh, SE1
Where else can you find vinyl records, rubber dresses, vintage frocks, fine food, Gregg’s food, a licensed knitting shop, a gay sauna and a B&B in which your wardrobe could be concealing a dwarf in his pants?
07 Sep, 14
Looking for Brockley
All this time I thought I’d been enjoying Brockley, I’d been in Crofton Park, which doesn’t exist. Furious.
02 Sep, 14