Friday, July 10, 2009
How to transform an ordinary garden shed into an eco, wildlife friendly treasureTurn a standard shed into something that will helpgreen up your garden,attract more wildlife and be beautiful to look at.Strengthen the walls and the ceilingIncrease the number of uprights and joists of ceiling andwalls with batons, you can also brace for extra strengthIncrease the depth of the roof to make space for
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Honor Oak station was entirely timber built to serve Camberwell Cemetery and the northern end of a new villa development at Forest Hill. There was a small coal yard on the up side. The booking office was initially in a wooden building on the down side of the approach adjacent to the stationmaster's house. It was reached from the west by a subway under the line, in later years tickets were sold on
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Friday, April 17, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
We are proposing to Southwark Council a temporary allotment, based on the successful model used in Hackney - 'a grow veg in a builders bag' scheme. It could be sited in the yard adjacent to the One Tree Hill Allotment society. There is currently around a 4 year waiting list for an allotment.Click on the pic to see the BBC report on the Hackney temporary allotment scheme.ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
It's official - London has run out of burial space. We need modern 21st Century, sustainable, planet friendly solutions to burial. Click on the woodland picture to let us know what you think of a woodland burial in our online survey. Only 2 questions.We are proposing to Southwark Council that they make provision for a woodland burial in Camberwell New Cemetery.What is a natural woodland burial?
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Monday, March 9, 2009
Network Rail have recently carried out some work at HOP station. We asked them to remove the rubbish, and fly tipping before they left. They didn't.
We are working with Brockley X Action group and our MP Joan Ruddock to make sure they take care of our embankment.
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