Sutcliffe Park River Walk (5th September 2004)

Sutcliffe Park River Walk (5th September 2004)

Councillor Barrie Anderson has been a supporter and member of QWAG since its inception. Here Barrie describes the walk on 5th September 2004. On Sunday 5th September a straggly group of people (me among them) could be seen in Sutcliffe Park, Greenwich, strolling with...
Sutcliffe Park gets the WOW factor (10th August 2004)

Sutcliffe Park gets the WOW factor (10th August 2004)

General view of Sutcliffe ParkGet your wellies out. Sutcliffe Park is now open to the public again, after being given a dramatic make-over Gone are the large expanses of flat, uninteresting open spaces. Welcome is the River Quaggy, above ground in its new channel,...
River Quaggy Memories (10th August 2004)

River Quaggy Memories (10th August 2004)

Eileen Western was born in 1924 and can remember Chinbrook Meadows before the river was put into concrete Eileen Western’s memories of Lewisham go back a long way. Born in 1924, by the age of two she was already was a sharp observer of the local scene. “As...
Urban Renaissance (10th August 2004)

Urban Renaissance (10th August 2004)

Matthew Blumler gives an update on the £250 million urban regeneration program in Central Lewisham Urban Renaissance Lewisham (URL) is in the 5th year of its 7 year program to transform the area between the railway station and the shopping areas of central Lewisham....
One of those things you cannot normally do! (10th August 2004)

One of those things you cannot normally do! (10th August 2004)

Jim Rees reports on frolics in the river with QWAG A recent walk organised by QWAG was, for some people, like a trip down memory lane. How long ago was it that they last splashed about in a stream in their wellies? The guess is that the answer, for most of them, would...
What is happening on Lewisham’s platform 3? (10th August 2004)

What is happening on Lewisham’s platform 3? (10th August 2004)

QWAG’s interpretative signs take the information out to places where people go… Thanks to Urban Renaissance Lewisham Community Chest funding, QWAG have managed to do that. In recent months, three signs have appeared in the heart of Lewisham – one on...

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