Here is some of the stuff which has come in
GLIAS - I have the new journal which will feature, hopefully soon, with a major new article on Deptford Dockyard.
The GLIAS June Newletter: (its VERY thin)
They are list - of interest in Greenwich -
- Crossness Steaming Days
23rd (That's today - so I might go down later). with a model engineering fair
28th July - with steam wagons and vintage tractors and cars.
1st September - with local history groups.
10.30-5 £5 www.crossness.org.uk
- and - er - that's it. But see review of London's Industrial Heritage - something else that needs to be reviewed here in the future.
Redriff Chronicle - an article about Ada Salter and the Beautification of Bermondsey should be an inspiration to us all - and there is a campaign to raise money to replace the stolen statues of Dr.Salter and his daughter, and the cat and will include a new statue of Ada. www.salterstatues.co.uk
They also advertise Deptford Creek walks - you need to book at the Creekside Centre. (sorry, no details for contacting them, and they are technically in Lewisham)
and finally - and hope she doesn't mind - here is the handout which Hillary Peters prepared and circulated for the Garden Open Day at Ballast Quay
- by Hillary Peters
Forging is very much part of city farming, so we are doing some iron-age forging.