Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Salvation Army in Loughborough Junction

The Salvation Army commenced work in Loughborough Junction on 6 August 1891, (taken from a letter dated 1996 from The Salvation Army Library on Denmark Hill to an enquirer) as an outpost from the Camberwell Corps. Initially it did not … Continue reading

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South of the River: a poem by Jean Overton Fuller

In her collection of poems titled Bomb Saga later published as The Bombed Years (1995) we have the following poem: South of the River You can listen to Jean Overton Fuller read the complete Bomb Saga at this website reading

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Loughborough Park Congregational Church – part two

Thanks to a couple of people who got in touch with  Blog we have some more information about the Chapel. Cal posted in offering three new ministers: Rev W.M. Carrington from 1912, below is a photo of the Rev … Continue reading

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How well do you know Loughborough Junction?

A 2016 Photo competition A selection of photos each from the Loughborough Junction  & Coldharbour Lane area. Just for fun. Nine photos follow. How many can you identify? One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine You can enter by … Continue reading

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