March SEnine Magazine is out this weekend

The chilly and soggy weather may be just a memory, but our cover photo by Joseph Walsh should bring it all back! Features this month SE9’s rock and folk past, as well as its pop present. John Kennett looks at the history of the No 21 bus, while John Webb reports on the unwelcome monopoles popping up around the area. Many more features and news items, plus the usual columns including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and Book Ends.

Have a fungi February with SEnine Magazine

Despite the latest lockdown, the SEnine team has come up with a feature-filled edition of the magazine for February – and it’s out this weekend. A housing horror story for the residents of Grove Place is revealed, as well as some much better news as one of SE9’s first vaccines tells his story to the magazine. John Kennett looks at the development of Green Lane, while John Webb tells the Quirky History of why many local SE9 folk have ‘born in Tonbridge’ on their Birth Certificate. Many more features and news items, plus the usual columns including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and Book Ends.

Have a happy new year with January’s SEnine Magazine

SEnine rolls on into another year with the same mix of news, views and stories relating to SE9. News of the new housing developments off Rochester Way and commercial ones at the old Coronet in Well Hall Road. John Kennett looks back 30 years to what happened in SE9 in 1991, plus features on an escapee Bear, colourful campervans and Eltham’s original eco-house project. All the usual columns too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

December’s SEnine due out this weekend

Plenty to read this month in your favourite local magazine! News of the new Rox butcher shop in Passey Place and New Eltham Butchers going online. Historical stories about the graveyard at St John’s and the Prince of Wales pub in Mottingham. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

November’s SEnine Magazine is on the way…

Lots to read this month in your favourite local magazine! There’s some positive news on the Avery Hill Mansion site, the story of The Red Cross in Eltham by John Kennett, a review of General Gordon’s place in the history of our borough by John Webb plus a Personal Eltham story of artist Paul Flanders. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

October’s SEnine is out this weekend

Another packed edition of your favourite local magazine! There’s news on the former Wide Horizons envirnonment centre on Bexley Road,  the Memorial Rainbow Wall in Southwood Park and some celebrity sausage rolls!. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

September’s SEnine Magazine is out now

The ‘back to school’ edition of your favourite magazine is out this weekend. There’s news on the council’s restrictions on new 5G monopoles planned for area, and features on our new Mayor, Linda Bird and the history of Oxleas Woods. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

Hotter than July’s SEnine!

The July issue of SEnine is on the streets now. A 32-pager full of interesting news and features. You’ll find plenty to read inside including the story of a local artist who has decided to brighten up the fences of Avery Hill Road. July also has features on hi-tech Scouting and a little bit of history of the Scouts in Westmount Road.

All the usual features too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.

Bernard Skinner Crossword Answers

We hope you enjoyed doing the back cover Bernard Skinner Crossword in our May edition.

Here are the answers, so you can check just how knowledgeable you are!

 

June’s SEnine is out this weekend

Despite the current Covid restrictions on so many of our advertisers, we have published a 24-page June edition full of interesting news and features. You’ll find plenty to read inside including one reader’s memories of her mum’s experiences of the last great pandemic, the 1918 Spanish Flu. Many of the usual suspects too of course including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.