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28/03/2020 10:29
savvygirl
Walk down Townley Road in the opposite direction to Lordship Lane and when you come to Calton Avenue, turn left onto it and walk down it until you come to Court Lane, walk the length of Court Lane unt
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
21/03/2020 11:28
savvygirl
Even if you are young and fairly resilient to this virus you could still be carrying it. Without realising, you could pass it on to ten others who could possibly pass it on to ten more. That is how
Forum: The Lounge
19/03/2020 14:26
savvygirl
muffins78 said her mother "saw a young man in the store and her first thought was about what condition he possibly had which meant he was vulnerable...". This young man could have been shopping for a
Forum: The Lounge
19/03/2020 12:31
savvygirl
Apparently up to 40 tube stations are to be closed from today and a restricted bus service enabling essential workers to get to their places of work. In Spain, where my son lives, they are already in
Forum: The Lounge
17/03/2020 15:41
savvygirl
My lovely young neighbours asked if they could do a shop for me. So very kind. I do have my grandchildren nearby and they are making sure I'm ok and looking out for me. There are some wonderful you
Forum: The Lounge
15/03/2020 16:24
savvygirl
So sorry for your loss. It's tough I know. When my husband passed away I felt quite isolated as I had spent nearly 6 years caring for him which took up best part of my time. I was left with a feeli
Forum: The Lounge
10/03/2020 17:13
savvygirl
Anyone would think we've been hit by the plague. Total mass hysteria!
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08/03/2020 12:23
savvygirl
Hi Rory, Clem was cleaning my windows. I think he is one of your team - he has the same phone number. My windows are due a clean but I haven't heard from him, nor has my neighbour. I recommended him
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
22/02/2020 15:58
savvygirl
I needed a plumber urgently as water was not draining away in my kitchen sink. I found Gerry and Im so glad I did. He responded immediately and located and fixed the problem straight away. He was
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
05/02/2020 10:43
savvygirl
Upwind, are you someone who likes a scrap? You're a bit provocative and a bit rude! You said: Hello Savvygirl. Either you are one of the many who has not read the OP properly or you seriously ou
Forum: The Lounge
04/02/2020 13:13
savvygirl
Why not invest in some ear defenders!
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
04/02/2020 11:49
savvygirl
How long was the OP in the area? Was she there long enough to conclude this man did not have a child of his own playing in the playground? What made her think he was a loner and up to no good?
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16/01/2020 18:42
savvygirl
Their website says they are open 8am to 6.30pm Mon to Fri! I believe Thurs afternoon is set aside for staff training but didn't think that meant you couldn't phone and make an appointment. If this is
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
08/11/2019 10:01
savvygirl
I always check bus arrivals on the TFL website. If you click on the white star in a circle (top right) and then click on Buses and enter the bus route you require and its direction, it will list all
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
27/08/2019 22:16
savvygirl
That's interesting. I'll give that a go with the bedroom windows. My bay window, which is sash, hasn't been opened in an age. I'm not going to risk that as it's too near the road! No further sign o
Forum: The Lounge
27/08/2019 19:33
savvygirl
This is the risk when leaving a door open while you're elsewhere in the house. I think a fox would freak me out big time! I know they don't like cats, so maybe my cats are useful after all. They wer
Forum: The Lounge
27/08/2019 17:52
savvygirl
Thank you too Jenny.
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27/08/2019 17:50
savvygirl
That's great Sue. I daresay they might have a bath in it too!
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27/08/2019 16:00
savvygirl
Yesterday I had a pigeon come into my living room. He was perched on the fire guard. The French doors were open so he obviously thought he'd come in. I tried shooing him out, but he hopped from the
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14/08/2019 12:52
savvygirl
How does this work? Is there a target to reach? What happens then, is it brought to the attention of the Minister for the Environment? I assume that would be the purpose of the 38 degrees petition.
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11/08/2019 12:16
savvygirl
Well, I'd feel sickened. It would have been an act of kindness to have kept it safe. Too hard lined in my opinion.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
07/08/2019 18:19
savvygirl
Ok, so the OP is at fault for leaving the scooter behind but surely it wouldn't have hurt the shopowner to have kept it safe for a few days in an out of the way place. Don't they have a storeroom or
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
06/08/2019 18:29
savvygirl
Perhaps The Woodland Trust should be made aware. It needs proper inspection and investigation by a structural engineer before such drastic steps are taken. Felling two mature oak trees in my book is a
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
22/07/2019 17:32
savvygirl
I think it is proposed that there is direct access from the old boating lake area onto the nature trail. The nature trail itself is an area of biodiversity, a place of tranquillity for varied species
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
22/07/2019 12:45
savvygirl
There's a book called "Sh*t London" which is very amusing and where a picture of this would not be out of place! London is edgy in the sense that it can be a bit scruffy and unpredictable. I would hat
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
22/06/2019 12:46
savvygirl
Hello Andrew, I need advice on garden design. It's an average size garden with an area of grass which is getting rather long and needs a good cut. I have several small areas for planting annuals
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
28/05/2019 13:18
savvygirl
Id love to see something like an old fashioned haberdashery selling fabrics, embroidery silks, tapestry items, sewing threads and knitting wools. John Lewis used to have a fabulous department at one
Forum: The Lounge
28/05/2019 11:17
savvygirl
The high street shops are dying because lots of people shop online or in supermarkets. I have great admiration for those shops that survive, for example SMBS and The Cheese Block. As for what will re
Forum: The Lounge
17/05/2019 16:28
savvygirl
Goldilocks, why on earth did you choose to live in London and raise a family here if this is such a major concern? If you want to change things you have to start with yourself and if living in London
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/05/2019 11:00
savvygirl
It is my intention to upgrade my woodburner and I will definitely do my research on the best eco-friendly one to buy. However, I will be looking for one that is efficient as well as economical as my h
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
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