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New Hotel (Crossways)

 

   

The planned development.above       Above: August 2015

  

  Now completed October 2016

                                         

The Burger King at the A20 Fiveways junction in New Eltham is now demolished and has been replaced with a Premier Inn hotel, bar and restaurant. The site used to feature a 19th century two-storey building, which was a pub in the early 1990s. More recently it became a 'Burger King'. Now that building is knocked down and is replaced with a new business, taking over the old Crossways Hotel name. The company have kept their promise and the old 'Crossways' sign is on display just inside the entrance door.

More details at: 

Premier Inn website

 

Planting in New Eltham

This Sunday (November 20), from 9am, volunteers will be planting Daffodil bulbs, Pansies and Wall Flowers in the planters outside the New Eltham shops in Footscray Road.

With enough help , the project should take no longer than 90 minutes. The planters will be emptied of the current plants and some new soil will be added ready for the new plants and bulbs.

All are welcome and tools will be provided.

 

 

 

New Eltham Christmas Lights

 

The Mayor of the Royal Borough Of Greenwich is coming to New Eltham on Wednesday November 30 at 6pm to turn on the Christmas Lights.

Organised and funded by NEBA (the New Eltham Business Association) new lights have been purchased this year to make the festive display even brighter. Local schoolchildren will sing at the event, which will take place at the parade of shops on Footscray Road. Please do come along to support this community event.

 

 

Parkfest

    

Hundreds of people attended this year’s Parksfest event at Avery Hill Park. The annual gala day, funded by the Royal Borough Of Greenwich, was blessed again this July with good weather and crowds were entertained by a number of local performing groups.

The market area helped raise some money for park projects and the event was once again organised by the volunteer group The Friends Of Avery Hill Park. The group, which meets every few months, is chaired by SE9 Editor John Webb and supported by Treasurer Cllr Mark Elliott and Secretary Stephanie Ward, plus a standing committee.

The dog show was another great success and was again organised by Sue Sweeney.

 
 

 

Thanks to the Volunteers

Thank you to the volunteers that turned up to plant the Summer Bedding in New Eltham.

The 2 tier planters and Saddle planters In New Eltham Village were replanted on SUNDAY 29th MAY.

All done by 10:30 with a cup of tea and a bacon roll, thanks to Lucy's Kitchen.

Here are a couple of photo's, one showing some of the volunteers.

 

All the planters were emptied of old plants (*Daff's and pansies) a refresh of the original compost then planted the White Geraniums and pink Begonias.

Each planter set around the trees takes 30 Geraniums and 54 Begonias.
Each Saddle Planter set takes 8 Geraniums  and 20 Begonias.

 

 

 

 

  

Lebonese Loop

 

We have been advised by the safer neighbourhood team that some bank cash points on Eltham High Street have had Lebanese Loops put onto them and therefore copying your card details once you have inserted your card into the machines.
Advice we have had is to use the machines which are inside the banks as these are safe.
If you notice any strange transactions on your account then contact your bank immediately.