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Conratualtions to Ms Cynthia  Eubank, Exectutive head teacher, a local resident of Grinling, and Gibbons and Lucas Vale Primary Schools, Deptford  who has been awarded  an OBE in the New Year’s  Honors List for services to Education.  Cynthia has given many years service in schools inspectorate.   This year has  been an excellent one with One hundred per cent of Grinling Gibbons students achieved Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths in the latest set of results, an outstanding result.

Ms Eubank, who has been teaching in the borough for more  than 40 years, said she  was pleased.   She said: “It’s such an honour. I was so surprised when I got the letter telling me I’d been  nominated – I had to have a little giggle about it.  “I never thought something like that would happen to me. It’s just  amazing and I’m very proud.

“The children, teachers and families, as well as my own family are proud too. It’s just a wonderful  endorsement of the work we do on a daily basis. “This award is not just for me. I didn’t go into teaching to win something like this. It’s a team effort and so while this is a personal thing, it’s also to do  with the whole community and it’s for all of us”

 Learn how to edit and improve your photographs using Photoshop from 15 January in Crofton Park

 A 10-week course starting in Crofton Park on 17 January will teach you about taking photos in public

 Learn the art of drawing designs on glass from 12 January in Lewisham

 Holocaust Memorial Day will be marked in Lewisham with a music, dance and drama production by students across the borough on 25 January

 The Jack Studio Theatre in Brockley are now accepting submissions of scripts for this year's Write Now Festival – the deadline for applications is 30 January

 

At the Planning meeting on 19th Dec.  Patrick Patel  represented local objections to this  proposal: Many feel it is still too bulky and will damage the environment by  increasing  congestion  beyond capacity at the  top of Seven Oaks Road.   The current proposal is more modest  than the last - it provides for  accomodation in an area where people need homes,  and allows for  two retail units which clearly cannot be joined into one to facilitate a Tescos Local.   Many feel the   design of the building is innapropriate:  it is neither a feature quality modern building which  can set off the  tradional  style buildings around it;   nor,  with its  flat roof and distinctive  bulk,  will it prove  congruent  with an environment of pitched-roofed  shops and dwellings.

The new proposal can be viewed at Jay's supermarket  - ask a staff member  Or you can view  the proposal and plans on the lewisham planning Website.

http://planning.lewisham.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=_LEWIS_DCAPR_74906

to see what the building will look like,  go to  'Documents' and  click to view  'Proposed Street Elevations'

DC/14/88077 Alternative Reference LE/10/437/TP Application Received Fri 20 Jun 2014 Address 437-439 BROCKLEY ROAD, LONDON, SE4 2PJ Proposal The construction of a three storey building on the site of 437-439 Brockley Road SE4, incorporating balconies and terraces, comprising 2 retail units on the ground floor, 2, three bedroom houses and 4 one bedroom and 3, two bedroom self-contained flats on the upper floors together with the provision of 22 bicycle spaces, a bin store and associated landscaping. Status Deposited (ie valid and registered) Appeal Status Deposited (ie valid and registered) Appeal Decision Not Available

 

The Bridgetower Trio Come and join us reflect on things past and start the New Year in the best possible way! Embrace high calibre local musicians, James Widden-violin, Alison Holford-cello and Elspeth Wilkes-piano play in the intimate atmosphere of the Undercroft at St. Hilda's Church. We are looking forward to seeing many of you there. Refreshments from 7pm, Concert starts at 7.30pm. Bring your friends and neighbours!