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your site has filled out since I last called in, keep the good work up, and best wishes to everone concerned with your work. Ian
Ian Sharpe <tourbak@mcmail.com>
Docklands, London, UK. - Sunday, December 27, 1998 at 13:54:36 (GMT)
i think the whole project is a complete waste of money considering the celebration will only be open to the public for 1 year at the cost of £1.0 billion pounds. and i would also like to say that if the britsh government wants to throw money away like this then wouldnt it have been more appropriate to invest this amount back into the economy which just recently witnessed the collapse of the beef industry in the uk and the ruin of thousands of farmers throughout the whole of the country; i believe that this government should first get its affairs in order before it wastes such a vast amount of our money again, another reason why i dont like it is because most of the country wont even visit it anyway. so why have it anyway? thankyou.!
c. wright
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, December 18, 1998 at 11:56:12 (GMT)
Tony, please email me. I'm leaving for greenwich on wednesday, December 9th.
Buffy <groovetoon@aoL.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, December 06, 1998 at 23:47:47 (GMT)
I love it
Ali <temour@aol.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, November 27, 1998 at 12:02:05 (GMT)
Hello, I'm a researcher for AAA (American Automobile Assoc.) magazines. We're rushing to publication with an article by a man who visited your area. We very much need to know: if the Lassell Street in Greenwich area is named after astronomer William Lassell if that Lassell Street has street signs that say "Lassell Street" if that Lassell Street's buildings are in the Victorian style OR in the Regency style if that Lassell Street is used as a movie location occasionally Deeply appreciate any help you can give. Many thanks, Edie De Avila Westways, Washington Journey, Northern New England Journey, New Mexico Journey, Hawaii Journey magazines.
E. De Avila <edeavila@ix.netcom.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 06:11:57 (GMT)
Fun site. I used to live in Greenwich 1990-92 and worked at "Pistachios" & "Up the Creek". Miss Greenwich pubs. Anyone around from that time? Looking forward to visiting this site & Greenwich soon.
Gwen <RDe1709873@aol.com>
NY, NY, US. - Sunday, November 22, 1998 at 00:53:49 (GMT)
I lived in Greenwich for 2-1/2 yrs & worked at "Pistachios" & "Up the Creek". I miss the market and the pubs (especially the "Tolly"). Would be fun to hear from anyone who was there (1990-92). Maybe we knew each other? Great site!
Gwen <RDe17098732@aol.com>
NY, NY, US. - Saturday, November 21, 1998 at 02:43:25 (GMT)
My grandparents and parents lived in Blisset Street, before the flats or fire station were built. Does anyone go back that far?
Fran Teuten <fenglish@netcom.ca>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, November 04, 1998 at 02:44:51 (GMT)
i would love to know more about your country thank you.
staweet <staweet@yahoo.com>
miami, florida, usa. - Wednesday, November 04, 1998 at 00:34:25 (GMT)
Will be visiting in July 1999. Need info on hotels and Cutty Sark.
Dave Burrows <colinburrows@earthlink.net>
Simi Valley, USA. - Sunday, November 01, 1998 at 21:58:25 (GMT)
nice site, easy to load, simple to navigate and a very promising concept, well done all the best jim
jim <jim@2b.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, October 29, 1998 at 19:42:05 (GMT)
I haven't been to the Admiral Hardy yet,but I certainly will!
Per C. Bluhm <pbluhm@mailexcite.com>
Fromt Royal, Virginia, USA. - Thursday, October 29, 1998 at 16:38:46 (GMT)
My favourite place to visit while in London.
saleh mbamba <saleh.mbamba@helsingborg.se>
helsingborg, skåne, sweden. - Monday, October 19, 1998 at 01:30:30 (BST)
this is my first visit to the dome site its o.k but it seem's like to many complaints from the good old u.s.a. can i just point out that life did exist before the usa
mick sullivan <dad_home @hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, October 16, 1998 at 19:34:11 (BST)
Hi! We're pupils from a "Secondary Modern School" and we're looking for pictures of London, esp. of Greenwich on your sites. Please post pictures in your websites! P.S.: Almost every year one of our groups (up to 50 children) are visiting GB, esp. London and Greenwich! many thanks! pupils of HS Traismauer
HS Traismauer <schueler.hs-traismauer@asn.netway.at>
Traismauer, Lower austria, Austria. - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 at 08:38:08 (BST)
Hi! We're pupils from a "Secondary Modern School" and we're looking for pictures of London, esp. of Greenwich on your sites. Please post pictures in your websites! P.S.: Almost every year one of our groups (up to 50 children) are visiting GB, esp. London and Greenwich! many thanks! pupils of HS Traismauer
HS Traismauer <schueler.hs-trtaismauer@asn.netway.at>
Traismauer, Lower austria, Austria. - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 at 08:38:07 (BST)
WE LIVED IN GREENWICH MARKET UNTIL ABOUT 1951.WE USED TO ROAM AROUND NOT HAVING ANY TRAFFIC TO WORRY ABOUT.IS THERE ANYBODY ELSE OUT THERE WHO LIVED IN THE MARKET?? PLEASE GET IN TOUCH.I USED TO GO TO ST. PETERS SCHOOL IN CREEK ROAD,WHICH IS STILL THERE.
MALCOLM BARNETT <PRENT0308@MSN.COM>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, October 10, 1998 at 16:09:23 (BST)
We used to live in Greenwich market around 1946 until early 1950.I can remember no traffic on the roads then.Anybody else out there lived in the market years ago?
Barnett <Prent 0308@msn.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 20:00:45 (BST)
I've enjoyed your site but,Geenwich has more than it,s fair share of local charectors,it would be great to have some of thier input on your site. ie,malcom hardy,glen tilbrook,glenda jackson to name but a few
Andrew S.McLachlan <AndrewDona@aol.com>
Miami Beach, florida, America. - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 04:04:57 (BST)
The Greenwich site is something else, it really shows just how flexible site building can be, and it also shows the exact time until thje end of the millenium, Nice one!!!
Gavin
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, October 06, 1998 at 11:41:50 (BST)
I'm interested in Greenwich 2000 event. I'm glad if you could detailed information concerning this event.Thanks,Atsuhiro
Atsuhiro Iwashita <atsuhiro_iwashita@gillette.com>
Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. - Thursday, October 01, 1998 at 07:34:11 (BST)
Anyone got any idea what's being filmed by the Naval College this week - lots of trailers, one labelled Dr Stinkler. ????
steve <steve@peachy.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, September 24, 1998 at 01:29:00 (BST)
I am 20 years old and spent my early childhood,(from 2-10years old)growing up in Greenwich.Morespecificaly I grew up in the council flats of Haddo House and attended James Wolfe Primary. I had quite an emotional time re-visiting the sights and sounds of the council flats on Haddo st. this recent spring. I am currently a student of social work here in Toronto, hopefuly one day my studies or career will end up in Greenwich, a place that holds a strong place in my heart.Please keep me up to date on community events via E-Mail! thanks for the memories.
Augustine Jatoe <nightv@hotmail.com>
Toronto, Scarborough, Canada. - Tuesday, September 22, 1998 at 20:32:48 (BST)
I came from the posh part,Woolwich, but attended Charlton Central at Lombard Wall between 1948 and 1952.My memories of greenwich are all good ones.If there's any one out there who went to Charlton central the same time as I please send a message.Roy Bachellier.
Roy Bachellier <bachell@skylinc.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, September 21, 1998 at 05:33:20 (BST)
Hi. Im extremely interested in going to Greenwich for the Millenium celebration. I(being a poor University student) would like to know how much this will cost me as far as a ticket to the event itself..so I can begin to save for it. And in response to "GunCollector", If the Millenium ends on Dec.31st 1999, yet the new doesnt being until Jan.1st 2001..Is the year 2000 simply empty time? Or do we just skip it all together.
Rob Ferris <robferris@sympatico.ca>
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. - Wednesday, September 16, 1998 at 23:17:51 (BST)
I was in Greenwich while visiting London in 1985 and it was a great timeèèè! Greenwich it was so interesting and I spent a really nice day with my friends over there. Hope to come back again soon.
Stefano <Stefix@Mailcity.com>
Trieste, Italy. - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 23:42:01 (BST)
Any Old Roans out there who started at the boys' school in Sept 1962 may be interested to know that a reunion is being planned for next year. Email me for more information.
Adrian Clarkson <asclark@epulse.net>
Wakefield, UK. - Tuesday, September 01, 1998 at 22:42:43 (BST)
Interesting site--have been to England severaltimes since l942. Served with British Army AAnear Blyth.
Carlton Homan <cchoman@hcnews.com>
Granbuy, Texas 76048, USA. - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 00:29:38 (BST)
I have been looking through all of the Greenwich travel sites and never once do you or they say to the best of my knowledge that the millinium starts there because no year or day has ever started on the prime meridian, your location. And I intend to see all travel sights to ensure none are false advertising
ITAF
US. - Friday, August 14, 1998 at 07:51:05 (BST)
Hi there!I am an lse master student working on a dissertation on the inpact of the Millennium Dome on the local community. What is your opinion about "the Millennium Experience"?
Valeria Leone <V.Leone@lse.ac.uk>
London, London, UK. - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 16:55:35 (BST)
why don't you reveal to the world that this millenium DOES NOT END UNTIL the last moment of December 31, 2000 and that the next millenium starts on the first moment of January 1st, 2001??? there seems to be literally millions of people laboring under the flawed logic that 2000 is the beginning of a millenium when, in truth, it is merely the LAST YEAR of this (the 2nd) millenium. or are you people in greenwich also unable to grasp this simple fact??
Don Schimpff <guncollector@msn.com>
Redding, California, U.S.A.. - Tuesday, August 04, 1998 at 23:19:29 (BST)
good site very informative but What no dome?
Martyn Beer <martyn@beeries.demon.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, August 01, 1998 at 20:08:07 (BST)
Thanks to all who are working hard on the Millenium Celebration, keep it up! Many of us from school are planning for a reunion then, don't let us down!
Ka-Kei Yeh <yehkakei@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, July 18, 1998 at 00:07:33 (BST)
Enjoy the Dome, it's looking pretty cool and I can see it being constructed through my living room window. Greenwich is a fantastic place to live and belong with a great sense of community spirit. Ignore the kill joys - there's always one isn't there...
Darren Cliff <DarrenCliff@Yahoo.COM>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, July 17, 1998 at 15:03:48 (BST)
When I was very small I lived with my parents at Mays Court on Grooms Hill. One of my very earliest memories is of feeding the ducks in Greenwich Park. I was also first allowed to weild a paintbrush on the back door of the flat!My brother was born in Greenwich in 1947. It all seems long ago and far away!
Geoff Cornwall <notary @itl.net>
Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. - Wednesday, July 15, 1998 at 23:07:31 (BST)
Please keep me posted about developments on lesiure and tourism promotion, the millenium celebration, business development opportunities in Greenwich and surrounding areas.
Sheriff Alabi <s.alabi@savannah-greenspot.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, July 11, 1998 at 17:46:07 (BST)
Hello Greenwich from Utah USA. Used to live with my grandmother at 67 Azof Street, started my nurses training at Greenwich hospital. Went to college at Lewisham College. Born Canvey Island. Grew up in Harlow Essex. I have tried to chat with people in the chat room but because of the time difference I keep missing everybody. Would like to have email penpals if anybody interested.
Brenda Perham <english@awhen.com>
Layton, Utah, USA. - Wednesday, July 08, 1998 at 05:01:08 (BST)
After living and working in Greenwich, and then having to leave im glad to say, im working there this summer! There's nothing that is gonna stop me and my freinds being in Greenwich at the stroke of midnight, to see the start of the year 2000! Greenwich WILL be the place to be!
Naresh Claire <Neshi@mcmail.com>
Bristol, South West, UK. - Friday, July 03, 1998 at 15:42:35 (BST)
Please advise if the John Harrison Clock Collection is on view at the Royal Observatory now that renovations are going on. We plan to visit Greenwich in late Aug or early Sept of this year. We need a quick answer since we must make our travel arrangements in the next couple of days. Please e-mail as soon as possible. Cannot find an e-mail address for the Observatory. Thanks.
A Marsh <Amarshjr@aol.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 15:13:57 (BST)
We want to see the John Harrison clocks at the Royal Observatory at the end of August or early September this year. With the renovations are they still available for viewing? Need quick answer via e-mail address above, as we have to make our reservations in a couple of days.Could not find e-mail address for Royal Observatory. Thanks a million.
Arthur Marsh Jr <Amarshjr@aol.com >
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 15:00:37 (BST)
Dear People of Greenwich, you have so much to be proud of, I love visiting Greenwich and I find the people to be warm-hearted and nice. My wish for you all is Peace and I truly hope the Spirit of Joy walks with you forever.
Peter C. Caine <dreams@introspectives.com>
Boca Raton, Florida, USA. - Tuesday, June 16, 1998 at 17:05:23 (BST)
england...only too cool! thanks for your info, it will be handy for when i get to FINALLY see greenwich.
deedee <deedee@flatblack.net>
las vegas, Nevada, USA. - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 00:08:10 (BST)
Dear Sirs, I am very interested in getting information regarding the Y2K phenominom, with the computers. I would appreciate if you could send me any info to the following address:Alex OliveiraApartado 355Merida, 5101VenezuelaThank you.....Yours truly,Alex Oliveira
Alex Oliveira <aoliveir@telcel.net.ve>
Merida, Merida, Venezuela. - Saturday, June 06, 1998 at 03:52:17 (BST)
I found you via searching for info on the Holiday Inn at Nelson's Dock. What an interesing site! I especially like GMT clock page. I've bookmarked it and will add the link to my own website. Thanks for all the info! Wish I could be there with you for the big "MM"!
Mrs. L. R. Shukla
Mountain View, California, usa. - Wednesday, June 03, 1998 at 20:01:01 (BST)
I am currently developing a web site for Greenwich Millenium Tours, a small group of freelance Greenwich Tour Guides placement on the public internet and am keen to swap links with other relevant sites
Dave Boyle <dblonuk@aol.com>
Raynes Park, London, UK. - Wednesday, May 27, 1998 at 17:54:34 (BST)
I was surprised that you didn't have any information on the world's largest exhibition - The Millennium Dome - when it is right on your doorstep! Please give us information on this amazing project!
Smiley
London, London, UK. - Tuesday, May 26, 1998 at 15:08:05 (BST)
We hope to visit again soon
Paul Gardner <tillygardner@classic.msn.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, May 25, 1998 at 22:09:40 (BST)
great place to get all kinds of information since Im moving to Greenwich in the fall and attending the University of Greenwich!
Nina Savikko <nsavikko@yahoo.com>
Salo, Finland. - Monday, May 11, 1998 at 02:15:06 (BST)
Hmmmmm interesting!!
^fairy^
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, April 23, 1998 at 19:38:57 (BST)
I have regstrated that Jan 1. 2000 is NOT the start of a new millenium, beacause there is"no year 0". How is actually the time scale at year 0? When one have a scale, there is the point of change, and there is the "in between". Point of change: -1....0....1....2....3....4 In beween: 1th 2nd 3d 4th When i child is not yet 1 year, we say he is in his first year. When he IS 1, we say he isin his second year, and he has finished 1 year. In this logic, Jan. 1 2000 IS a newmillenium. The gap between -1 and 0 may be called either year -1 (counting from zero) or year 0(counting from left). How does the scale look like in the case of Jesus? Was he supposed to be born Jan. 1. Year1? (However, I know he probably was born in October year -6, due to Jupiter Saturn enconter) Thank you
Erik Mønness <erik.monness@osir,hihm.no>
Rena, Norway. - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 at 13:58:47 (BST)
Excellent website, we will put a link on our own Community website, please confirm ok.Best wishes for the Millennium.Ian Sharpe
Ian Sharpe <tourbak@mcmail.com>
Tower Hamlets, London, UK. - Saturday, April 11, 1998 at 11:12:08 (BST)
I will be in Greenwhich for the first time ever tomorrow and your site has really given me the information I need to plan the best possible weekend there - hope I enjoy it as much as I enjoyed visiting your site!Many thanks, and hope to be back for the millenium celebrations!Anneleigh.
Anneleigh Jacobsen <ajacobsen@usa.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, April 10, 1998 at 13:27:34 (BST)
Nicely designed site. I was born in Deptford andworked in Greenwich for a number of years.I also boat - narrowboat and Thames sailing barges - so i know it from the water too.Don't listen to all these dome kill-joys - there's enough money around to have the dome and hospitals too! If its anything like the Festival of Britian it will be just great. Londoners are world beaters - just remember the blitz!By the way, surely Greenwich has a University, with a campus here in the Medway townsPeter Loftus
Peter Loftus <peterl@iol.ie>
Rochester, Kent, UK. - Tuesday, April 07, 1998 at 23:15:36 (BST)
Went to London and Greenwich two days ago, and had a great time there!!! I think that the Greenwich Observatory was really interesting, and actually: I learned something!!! This page is very good, and I will visit it more later!Hugz, Marte
Marte Svare <marte.svare@malvik.mail.telia.com>
Trondheim, Hommelvik, Norway. - Saturday, March 21, 1998 at 19:27:52 (GMT)
Very interesting site
Samantha Hulass <shulass@london.businesslink.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 10, 1998 at 17:20:13 (GMT)
How many hospital beds could have been saved instead of wasting money on a pile of crap which means nothing to the average British person in the street
Chris <starter@bogo.co.uk>
Finchley, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 20:28:27 (GMT)
HOMES NOT DOMES
Chris <starter@bobo.co.uk>
Finchley, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 20:24:47 (GMT)
greetings greenwich from holland
P.J. Giling <pjgiling@pi.net>
diemen, Amsterdam, netherlands. - Saturday, February 28, 1998 at 23:18:19 (GMT)
Greenwich is my 2nd hometown because I stayed 3 months in 1990. KANPAI for beautiful Greenwich
Toshihiko Esaka <e.tosh@mail.webnik.ne.jp>
Tokyo, Japan. - Saturday, February 28, 1998 at 17:29:22 (GMT)
greetings from a laid back cyclist who has Grandchildren in Greenwich.
Dennis Turner <Recumbent_Dennis@compuserve.com>
Chester, North west , UK. - Saturday, February 28, 1998 at 10:09:31 (GMT)
I hope to be part of the fun at Greenwich come New Years Day 2000.Too many miserable people are leaving messages.
Keith Arnold
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, February 26, 1998 at 21:19:06 (GMT)
Greetings to any that remember me from Roan School, Maze Hill in the 1960's. Would be interested to hear from you.
Adrian Clarkson <asjshclarkson@email.msn.com>
Wakefield, West Yorks, UK. - Tuesday, February 24, 1998 at 23:33:29 (GMT)
Greenwich is incredible!!!!It is the best site in the world....
Ramon Bravo Gonzalez <ramonbvravo@iname.com>
Puebla, Pue, Mexico. - Tuesday, February 24, 1998 at 19:50:10 (GMT)
I am Boss, because i am czech and czech hockey team won on olympic games.
Petr Beranek <beranekp@jergym.hiedu.cz>
Liberec, Liberec, Czech republic. - Monday, February 23, 1998 at 06:10:11 (GMT)
Just starting to look around, but the site looks very interesting. Trying to learn more about your city and i think your site will definitely help me do that. Aloha.
Steve <Persona@aloha.net>
Honolulu, HI, USA. - Saturday, February 21, 1998 at 20:50:07 (GMT)
Roll on the year 2000. looking forward to visiting the site and theThames Barrier this Sunday the 22nd of February 1998
steve norris <steve-norris@lineone.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, February 20, 1998 at 17:29:45 (GMT)
Only one person (Ed Oram 21-11-97) has thought, or at least mentioned on this page, the point that we might be celebrating this millenium lark a year late.What happened to the 360 odd days (I'm not sure if it was a leap year) that passed from 1-1-0 to 31-12-0 which meant a full year had passed and thus allow the use of and give credance to the year one.Just a thought.
PeeWee
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, February 20, 1998 at 14:49:29 (GMT)
Interesting web-site. Otherwise, it´s not that very easy to find information and the latest news about the Dome-project on the web.
Lasse Södergren <lars.sodergren@nt.se>
Norrköping, Sweden. - Monday, February 16, 1998 at 15:00:03 (GMT)
See you on April 26`th - Marathon Day - give us a cheer please
Phil Bignell <phil.bignell@dial.pipex.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, February 12, 1998 at 21:33:19 (GMT)
Oh! They've sent me into exile once more, these colonials don't half get on yer wick sometimes. And Mr Webmaster, please hurry and bring us back The Greenwich Times. It's been so long!
The Venerable Viscount Bramshot <john.davis@dds.co.uk>
New York, NY, USA. - Monday, February 09, 1998 at 22:29:24 (GMT)
Nice site !
Mike <moonhead@tande.com>
London, London, UK. - Monday, February 09, 1998 at 13:26:37 (GMT)
Ever since my visit to the U.K. three years ago,I've always wanted to return. After visiting yoursite, I know I will. Best wishes to the Knight's.
Dan Halayko <dhalayko@cgocable.net>
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. - Saturday, February 07, 1998 at 08:42:46 (GMT)
Its just great that information about the amazing Dome project is online.ThanksJohn Miller
John D. Miller <online.design@bigfoot.com>
London, London, UK. - Sunday, February 01, 1998 at 20:02:42 (GMT)
Lots of good info!!
Hanna <Hamakasa@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, January 28, 1998 at 10:37:11 (GMT)
THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE FOR THE NEW MILLENIUMEXPERIENCE COMPANY, GMX2000, IS COSTING THE BRITISH PUBLIC 150K P.A. FOR WHAT IN MY OPINION HAS THE MOST OUTDATED AND LEAST INFORMATIVE GREENWICH/MILLENIUM WEBSITE ON THE NET. I DO HOPE THAT THIS IS NOT INDICATIVE OF THE WAY OTHER FUNDS ARE BEING SPENT. DID ANY LOCAL COMPANIES PUT IN TENDERS FOR THIS SERVICE?
chris <chris2giny2@hotmail.com>
atlanta, georgia, US. - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 15:37:06 (GMT)
The dome embodies every aspect of an unbalanced, selfish government. Call me a killjoy, but aren't there more needy causes? It may help regenerate an area, but your town is not alone in that need. By all means have a celebration, but don't piss everyone elses money against the wall.
Steve Sant <kenulf@mindless.com>
Dudley, West Midlands, UK. - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 12:36:21 (GMT)
All very interesting!
Nicki Wood <Nicki.Wood@BTInternet.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 14:21:32 (GMT)
I've lived in Greenwich for almost 30 years & I'm really suprised that all the sport we have is not even mentioned: Charlton AFC, the original site of Aresnal FC (Dial Square),the first pro football team & of course the Club (Blackheath rugby) the oldest rugby team - there's more going on than the NMM & this over-priced dome rubbish!
Firefly <Fireflys@rocketmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 01:55:26 (GMT)
A brilliant site and a major undertaking. Whenever I hear about the dome, etc. I remember delivering newspapers to a row of small terraced houses next to the gasworks; cold, dark and wet mornings. The millenium will see a major change. I also enjoyed many happy lunchtimes in Greenwich Park, the Maritime Museum, etc. whiie at the Roan School, (1963-1970).RegardsBob Hills
Bob Hills <bobhills@bobhills.cix.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 11:08:19 (GMT)

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