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Burbage’s civilian casualties of World War II remembered on Saturday 13th April at noon

The Dulwich Society unveiled a plaque to World War II victims of BURBAGE ROAD on Saturday, 13th April  at 12 noon at the junction of Burbage Road and Turney Road. This commemorates those at number 9, Burbage Road killed in an air raid on 17th,  April 1941 (ELIZABETH FEAVER 59, FREDERICK FEAVER 56, JOAN FEAVER 17, […]

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Don’t miss Tree Tales at Dulwich Park this week! 11-13 April

Don’t miss Tree Tales at Dulwich Park this week! Tree Tales is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the beauty and magic of the trees around us. Over two days artists will lead open workshops which will culminate in the creation of tree sculptures, using the trees of Dulwich Park as inspiration.  Dulwich […]

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Mayor of London’s policing proposals for Dulwich – Message from Tessa Jowell MP

It was announced in the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan yesterday that, contrary to the initial proposals, Gipsy Hill Police Station has been saved as a base to secure cross borough policing. East Dulwich Police Station is, as expected, to close permanently although a police contact point is expected to be maintained at Dulwich Library […]

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Stop waiting too long for a local bus – use the TfL Text services

Running to catch a bus? With the weather this cold the last thing you want to do is stand and wait for a bus.  There is now a text service which tells you how long before the next bus is due. Send a text to 87287 number with the bus stop number details and you […]