A fabulously packed edition for the end of the summer… featuring stories on the traffic noise above our homes – and plans for London City Airport to increase the number of flights. On a brighter note, the cover shows how an old car can be put to good use as a vehicle for charity… read about it inside too. Lots of other news inside as well as features on local film talent, bell ringers and street parties – plus the ever-popular SPY and Jane’s Jottings.
Another victory for New Eltham blind rights campaigner, Dr Amit Patel! Eltham Station is to have tactile paving installed by Spring next year, together with 18 other locations. Currently the paving is only on part of the ‘down’ line platform. Dr Patel raised the problem with Network Rail, who have since surveyed all locations where it is missing. His campaigning has also won a promise of the return of the High Street pelican crossing between Lidl and Next.
July’s SEnine Magazine is out this weekend. Big news this month is that Eltham’s innovative Men in Sheds Project is facing a funding crisis – read about what you can do on pages 4 & 5. There’s also a report from some of the young people involved in the Friday ‘School Strikes for Climate’ protests in Central London. There are all the usual features including Jane’s Jottings, Book Ends and lots of ‘news’ and speculation in SPY!
June’s bumper 44-page SEnine Magazine is out this weekend. The lead story looks at the changing face of GP services in the area and how technology could affect them. There’s also a Quirky History about the Courtaulds after they left Eltham Palace and a fabulous Personal Eltham with a D-Day theme. There are all the usual features including Jane’s Jottings, Book Ends and lots of ‘news’ and speculation in SPY!
May’s SEnine Magazine, our 150th edition, is out this weekend. This ‘Cinema Special’ edition looks at the history of the new Vue cinema site and also looks back at the histories of all the cinemas in the SE9 area thanks to John Kennett’s detailed documentation. There are special features including Jane’s Cinematic Jottings, Filmic Book Ends and even a CINE SPY – as well as a chance to win three Family Tickets to the new Vue cinema by entering our Big Film Quiz!
April’s SEnine Magazine came out this weekend. The lead story looks forward to the opening of the new Vue cinema and one of the young actors who might be appearing there soon. John Kennett’s Historic Eltham reveals the story of a forgotten school in Footscray Road and there are all the usual features including Jane’s Jottings, Book Ends and lots of ‘news’ and speculation in SPY!
March’s SEnine Magazine came out this weekend. The lead story looks at the work of artist Ray Marshall whose montages featured many local buildings. John Kennett’s Historic Eltham looks at the changing face of Tesco stores in the Eltham area and there are all the usual features including Jane’s Jottings, Book Ends and lots of ‘news’ and speculation in SPY!
February’s SEnine Magazine will be hitting the doormats over this weekend. Leading with the results of the recent council survey on the success (or otherwise) of the revamped High Street, we also have a feature on how those changes have affected blind or partially-sighted people. John Kennett’s Historic Eltham looks at ‘milestones’ across the area and there are all the usual features including Jane’s Jottings, Book Ends and lots of ‘news’ and speculation in SPY!
The new SEnine Calendar for 2019 is now available in limited numbers… the perfect stocking filler for Christmas.
Featuring photos of SE9 throughout the seasons by various local photographers.
Only £3 each or 2 for £5.
Request yours by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Our December/Christmas edition has a few festive treats for you… Christmas pressie ideas from Normans Music Shop, Total Beauty and New Eltham Butchers. John Kennett looks at the history of the Falcon Pub in Falconwood and there are reviews and photos of the recent parades in Eltham High Street. There are all your usual favourites including SPY, Jane’s Jottings, Personal Eltham and Mailbox of course.
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