Category Archives: Green & Open Spaces

Sian Berry, GLA Housing Chair visits Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden & Reginald House

Sian Berry calls for plans to go back to the drawing board on the Old Tidemill School site – something DNA has been trying to get the Council to do since 2015 in order to save the beautiful Old Tidemill … Continue reading

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OLD TIDEMILL WILDLIFE GARDEN & 2-30A Reginald Road under threat of Demolition

Old Tidemill School Garden (located in Reginald Road, SE8) is loved by All.  It is so rare to find a lovely nature space in the Deptford urban jungle that has so much bio-diversity:-spotted belly newts, foxes, stag beetles, butterflies, the … Continue reading

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Update on DNA Campaign to Save Reginald House & Tidemill Garden

https://www.londonnewsonline.co.uk/garden-to-be-lost-in-estate-demolition/

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FREE Events coming up at Old Tidemill Garden, Reginald Road, SE8

Events coming up: Sat 26 May Art and Gentrification walk- details here:  https://artandcritique.uk/art-crawl/ the walk will be stopping off at the garden for a picnic and discussion at 12.45 – discussion 1pm-1.30pm. Sun 3 June, 12-3pm The big Lunch- Bring a dish/food to share Sat 9 … Continue reading

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Evelyn Garden as part of the Chelsea Fringe Saturday 19th May & Saturday 26th May 2018

The first session of – John Evelyn’s Kalendarium Hotense, a seventeenth century garden almanac – takes place on Saturday 19th May 2018. Learn about plants grown in the seventeenth century, and the plants grown now in the twenty-first century. Venue: … Continue reading

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Sayes Court Garden , Tea in the Park, Saturday 3rd March 12 Noon

Sayes Court Garden is one of the most important green open spaces in the country – with a glorious history. Join us at Sayes Court this Saturday 3rd March at 12pm for a cup of tea and find out how … Continue reading

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AIR POLLUTION IN DEPTFORD/NEW CROSS AT DANGEROUS LEVELS

South East London pollution far exceeds WHO limit, Goldsmiths Citizen Sense Research reveals that Six times WHO limit exceeded on multiple occasions Working with residents in South East London concerned about air pollution, Citizen Sense found that citizens’ digital monitoring … Continue reading

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Edward Street/Arklow Rd Ball Court Development Proposals – Consultation Event

This Saturday 21st October : Evelyn Community Centre, Kingfisher Square, SE8 5TW 10am – 2pm

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PLANNING CONSULTATION FOR HOUSING OPPOSITE FOLKESTONE GARDENS TOMORROW: 17th October

THANKS TO DEPTFORD FOLK FOR SENDING US THIS: Aitch construction have acquired the land/buildings on the north-west side of Folkestone Gardens. They plan to develop: “commercial workshop and creative industry floorspace and a range of quality new homes”. This development will … Continue reading

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Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden 20th Anniversary Celebration (which was rained off in July)

THIS SUNDAY – 17th September – Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden Reginald Road, SE8 2-8pm:  REBEL SISTER SOUND (Deptford Dub Club) 2pm; UKADELIX 3pm; COMMUNITY DRUM CIRCLE 4pm. FREE MUSIC – HOME-COOKED FOOD (for small donation) or BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC/DRINKS.

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