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I WORKED AND LIVED IN THE ADMIRAL HARDY IN 99, WOULD LOVE TO HERE FROM ANY ONE . WHO REMEMBERS A BIG AUSSIE LAD BEHIND THE BAR. LOVE THIS SITE BRINGS BACK MANY FOND MEMORIES.
DAVID MARTIN <davemartin188@hotmail.com>
yackandandah, victoria, australia. - Monday, December 17, 2001 at 05:22:34 (GMT)
Former residents of Greenwich borough now emigrated to Wales. Mick Clark attended Eaglesfield comp 75-76 jill Clark{nee Schollick} attended Blackheath and Bluecoats late 60's anyone that remembers us leave a message
jill and Mick Clark <mickandjillclark@hotmail.com>
Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, UK. - Sunday, December 16, 2001 at 13:32:18 (GMT)
Just came back to the USA after visiting a friend on Azof Street. My Dad said the street is named for some kind of Russian uprising in the early part of the 1900's. Does anyone have the history to back this up?
Helen Klein <rgklein@innernet.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, December 04, 2001 at 20:59:28 (GMT)
I lived in Greenwich from 1981 to 1984. And I lived in Roan St with my sister Cindy. Greenwich brings me back of memories of happines and saddness aswell. But over those years I made a lot friends and somehow in touch with them. Would like to know what has happend to them.
Debbie James <deborah.james1@btinternet.com>
Hove, East Sussex, UK. - Tuesday, December 04, 2001 at 18:50:52 (GMT)
would be interested in finding class mates from 1p upto 5p at Plumstead Manor Girls School at Plumstead common. Plumstead.1978 till 1982 my name was Jane Hall then if anyone remembers me email me. by for now Jc
Jane colin <Jadespirit2766aolcom>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, November 18, 2001 at 15:43:31 (GMT)
Cool Site. Wish there were more like this one on the Net.
Ron Reisebericht
- Tuesday, November 06, 2001 at 02:21:13 (GMT)
Why am I posting this? Nobody's interested. Lived in Thames Street from the late sixties until the early eighties. Went to James Wolfe primary school until 1972. Other than that useless snippet, I used to frequent the pubs on and close to the one way system (the Spanish, The Cricketers etc but most notably the Hardy in the days when Wally and Brenda had it) from about 1976 onwards until I moved to Plumstead.
Jakeyash <jakeyash@yahoo.co.uk>
Welling, Kent, UK. - Monday, November 05, 2001 at 16:30:41 (GMT)
Thought this was useful site. However as a local I would like to point out that Greenwich is a borough and just comprised of posh bohemian bits of South East London. Was amused to see Blackheath described as the "Hampstead" of SE London. Having been born and grown up in Plumstead (one of the far less exotic parts of Greenwich, nothing boho about it) it more than a little irritating having to read people's whinges about the inadequacies of Greenwich and how yet more more money needs to be pumped into an already filthy rich part of the borough. Would like places like Plumstead to be recognised as part of Greenwich and perhaps if it was paid more attention, would not be continuously overlooked when there's a spare couple of billion to throw around at a errr Dome. OK rant over. Just enjoy Greenwich and stop whinging about the transport!
Rosaleen
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, November 01, 2001 at 23:55:45 (GMT)
Looking forward to visiting your town sometime between 11/10/01 and 11/15/01. Any hints for must see events would be welcome. Thank You.
Kristen Brown <krazzycat@aol.com>
Greenville, South Carolina, USA. - Wednesday, October 31, 2001 at 04:35:22 (GMT)
i would like to hear from anybody who went to greenwich park secondary school from 1962-1966 thanks carol
Carol Whalin (Haisman) <carolwhalin@aol.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, October 29, 2001 at 21:01:36 (GMT)
Excellent site. Thank You!
Jennifer Lopez
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, October 17, 2001 at 06:52:19 (BST)
I visited Greenwich on Monday 16th October with my wife and two freinds. We all felt that Gypsy Moth is in need if attention. Please honour sir Francis by looking after this very special craft.
David Porter <Portersdm@aol>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 at 14:07:08 (BST)
i was born and raised in deptford,then moved to antigua,west indies in 1975,and a day does'nt go by when i don't think about those days i spent at the observatory,in greenwich park itself... i'll be home soon...look out for me,greenwich!
terry joseph <jos_t1@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, October 11, 2001 at 14:03:56 (BST)
I am from the US, served in the Navy 1954to58. I visited London, never got to Greenwich. However I did meet a very nice person who lived in Blackheath. I am in the process of trying to locate her to see what has happened to us over the last 40 some years. My wife and I visited England on two occassions in the past 8 years and we tried to locate the woman that I'm looking for. My wife has since passed away and I am a proud grandparent of 4, soon to be 5 grandchildren. When I saw this guestbook I thought someone out there may have a clue on where I can continue looking. If anyone enjoys detective work I could use some help. If you are familiar with Blackheath during the 56 era and the area around The Priory please contact me. Thank you.
Tom Schwab <schwabt@pilot.msu.edu>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, September 29, 2001 at 01:06:19 (BST)
Is there anyone out there that was at Roan School from 1976-1983
Steve Morey <stevemorey@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, September 28, 2001 at 23:44:28 (BST)
Could anyone tell me where I could find a web site to see the original painting "the Resolution ia a Gale' by Willem Van de Velde the Younger. Found the links to the artist but the oil was not shown
my ti <phadin@dualite.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, September 28, 2001 at 00:09:21 (BST)
I am trying to arrange a treasure hunt in Greenwich for one of our awaydays at work. Does anyone knowif there has been treasure hunts set in Greenwich and if so, where I would be able to get a copy of the clues. Thanks.
Wendy <wkirby@channel4.co.uk>
London, UK. - Monday, September 17, 2001 at 15:29:03 (BST)
Does anyone remember a nurse called Joy Crampton who worked at St Alfege's Hospital in the early 1950s?
Gerry <gerry_murray@yahoo.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, August 28, 2001 at 15:05:45 (BST)
Nice site...
clipart <eapnesp@the-stock-market.com>
USA. - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 02:17:38 (BST)
Does anyone have a photo of Holy Trinity School that used to be in Maidenstone Hill just off Blackheath Hill? It closed in about 1960, was then demolished, and the site redeveloped for housing. Is there anyone out there that used to go to this school? Please email if you can help. Many thanks.
Philip Moore <philip_moore@btinternet.com>
Kent, UK. - Friday, August 10, 2001 at 23:46:30 (BST)
Hi! Joyce, I was just browsing and saw your comments on the Guest book for Greenwich.My Father also worked in Woolwich Arsenal for many,many years in the Foundry dept. During the war it was turned into an ammunition factory I believe it was the largest one in England. We lived very close to it from the beginning of the war and for many years after, my mother, brother and sister were also directed to work there during the war. It was situated between Plumstead and Woolwich but has in recent years been turned into a top security prison. I am not sure about a book on it but will try and find out as I still have family in Woolwich. Where exactly was your Father born, mine was born in Plumstead. I have been living in New Zealand for the past 38 years.
Barbara Powell <B_E_Powellnz@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, July 30, 2001 at 09:57:32 (BST)
Just stopped by to get the correct time. Also like to read everything on your web page. Keep up the good work!
Wayne Rado <jwrado@yahoo.com>
Rice Lake, WI, USA. - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 15:05:08 (BST)
hey, i'm looking for the 'art sanctuary' in grenwich village? can anyone out there please email me at annie_meow@yahoo.com, an up-dated address or phone number...thanx! hey, arthur, it's me....annie, the moving lady. i'll have to snail mail you an new address book...!
annie m <annie_meow@yahoo.com>
kitchener, ontario, canada. - Monday, July 23, 2001 at 14:35:16 (BST)
Have been to Greenwich several times and wear a Greenwich edition wristwatch with three additional time zones. Now retired in Florida and use the GMT synchronization for boating purposes. We will return!
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cooper <jandbcooper@msn.com>
Islamorada, Florida 33036-3312USA, USA. - Saturday, July 21, 2001 at 16:10:08 (BST)
Hi just trying to contact anyone from Roan Girls School 1964-1970. I was then Jacqui Pollock & living in Charlton SE7. I am now in Switzerland & would love to hear from HOME!
jacqui <jacquineilson@bluewin.ch>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, July 08, 2001 at 01:16:01 (BST)
I was born in Greenwich and am now exiled in Lancashire. I went to Halstow Road Senior Girls School between 1932 and 1936, is there any one out there that remembers Edna Perkins. I would love to hear from you.
Edna Gain <Ednag@btinternet.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, July 07, 2001 at 14:20:24 (BST)
Need some information please. If anyone can supply!! My father was born in WOOLWICH and apprenticed at Woolwich Arsenal. I want to know if there is/or was a book about this company. Any information greatly appreciated. For research! THANKS: JOYCE - British Columbia, CANADA
joyce tarvin <joyce.john.t@home.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 01:49:45 (BST)
Need some information please. If anyone can supply!! My father was born in WOOLWICH and apprenticed at Woolwich Arsenal. I want to know if there is/or was a book about this company. Any information greatly appreciated. For research! THANKS: JOYCE
joyce tarvin <joyce.john.t@home.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 01:32:47 (BST)
Hi There We are a Greenwich based group of clubbers and DJ's that put on parties in the local area and are looking for venues to throw more bash's. We play deep tech & progressive house and all our parties are mostly friends and are always packed. If you have a bar that you would like us to play at, for free, drop us a line at the email below. Cheers Pat
Pat <witnessboys@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 16:46:02 (BST)
Greenwich is the best "alternative" place to live in the whole SE !!! Let's keep it so ... it doesn't need re-generation...do trust a newcomer ! Cheers
Stefano Raffaelli <sraffael@lehman.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 23:06:14 (BST)
I was born in Downham Bromley Kent 1945. My Uncle, Maurice Rex worked in the Old Clock Museum?,I remember it as a building with lot's of old clock's, I hope I am right. To stand on the actual Merridian line was and probably still would be an experiance I would never forget because I would think I was standing on the top of the world.
John Smith <john052@sympatico.ca>
Pickering, Ontario, Canada. - Thursday, May 10, 2001 at 00:36:53 (BST)

Andrea <agale@aapt.com.au>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, April 19, 2001 at 07:07:14 (BST)
Fantastic place! Enjoyed it as a child and now always bring my foreign visitors to Greenwich.
S Spencer <MrSpencers@aol.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, April 07, 2001 at 16:23:34 (BST)
Lovely to read all the comments on this site,hope I will be able to visit. I lived in Belvedere and Powis Street, Woolwich before coming to Nz 43 years ago.
Lucinsky Margaret(Riden) <stormy@inspire.net.nz>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 10:30:11 (GMT)
Click on my name for a Greenwich based web/graphic designer, computer technician. You will also find some interesting articles on various subjects.
Lynda Archard <Lynda@psyteric.freeserve.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 22:20:22 (GMT)
Are you searching for a web/graphic designer in Greenwich? Please look at my website for details. There is also a page with pictures of Greenwich in java lake applets.
Lynda <Lynda@psyteric.freeserve.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 22:13:48 (GMT)
Hi all!! I am a child from Germany! I must search for information in the web. It is very annoying!!! Now we lern all about London and Wales in our school in Hanover. Bye, MAXIM
Maxim Bönnemann <Horrorfan@uboot.com>
Langenhagen, Niedersachsen, Germany. - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 20:18:38 (GMT)
This is a nice site, but it is in real need of an update. You must change the phone numbers to 020 numbers and get rid of the how long untill the year 2000 thing.
David Shepheard
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 13:29:35 (GMT)
Summer days will soon be upon us and what better way to spend them than to take part in outdoor bowls. The BLACKHEATH BOWLING CLUB use the green which is next to "Rangers House", and look forward to all newcomers who wish to learn the this relatively inexpensive sport. Every Thursday afternoon is Club Day, come and have a look and have a chat. The club also has a comprehensive programme of competition and matches with other clubs. The club is affiliated to the Kent.B.C.A. also the English B.A. E-mail: blackheathbowlsclub@libertysurf.co.uk
T.S. <blackheathbowlsclub@libertysurf.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 19:39:23 (GMT)
I grew up in Greenwich and went to school there -- although I am now living in California. Many thanks for your great website, and for making known to the World Wide Web more about this wonderful historical town.
Georgina Swift <astroenergetics@oro.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 20:11:05 (GMT)
I have just seen, Blood on the Carpet. I feel Bill O'Hagan has been shabbily treated. Is it possible to buy his sausages by mail order? Does he have a web site? I live in Northern Ireland
Lindsay Allen <lindsayallen@stonybrook.freeserve.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 11:03:55 (GMT)
I have just watched Blood on the Carpet and I for one will never buy a Simply Sausage again. Horrible, arrogant man but don't blame yourself for being so friendly and generous towards him. I'm sure he will get his just dessets.
Ian Loynes <Ian.loynes@zoom.co.uk>
Eastleigh, South, UK. - Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 22:56:22 (GMT)
I have just watched Blood on the Carpet and I for one will never buy a Simply Sausage again. Horrible, arrogant man but don't blame yourself for being so friendly and generous towards him. I'm sure he will get his just dessets.
Ian Loynes <Ian.loynes@zoom.co.uk>
Eastleigh, South, UK. - Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 22:56:03 (GMT)
One would have thought that, now the Admiral Hardy has gone all poncey and full of annoying students, MacBob might have been inclined to spend less time in there and more time on this site - oh, here's a novel thought, he might even have got the Greenwich Times working again! :)
johnny <johnny@webtribe.net>
Charlton, Greenwich, UK. - Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 20:32:39 (GMT)
First time viewer excellent comments. I live in east london and love coming to greewich park but have to say hated the dome a complete and utter waste of money and time
Martina Logan <matinalogan@aol.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, February 02, 2001 at 13:08:58 (GMT)
is that statue in greenwich park down by the Gloucester pub meant to be funny - if you stand on the path going to the observatory and have a look you'll see what I mean - the scroll is my hint jeff
jeff pearce <caperjeff@yahoo.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, January 21, 2001 at 21:39:12 (GMT)
The new Head is a great person. Crown Woods is lucky to have him.I wish him much luck and happiness at the school. I urge all the pupils and teachers to welcome him. You are all in for a great time. I am a governor from his old school and we are going to miss him. I WISH HIM WELL, TELL HIM ON HIS FIRST DAY . PLEASE!!
Miki Lund <rodmik@yahoo2000.com>
Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA. - Tuesday, January 02, 2001 at 23:40:11 (GMT)

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