Lewisham Place: Like Lewisham Shopping Centre, only slightly more lime green

The future of Lewisham Shopping Centre has been the subject of feverish speculation over the years: Would it be completely rebuilt? Submerged below ground? Turned into a gastrodome? Appended with a cinema?The answer is none of these things. Instead, they're adding some green signs. Fromthemurkydepths reports:Lewisham Shopping Centre owners Landsec have just gained approval from ...

Parts and Labour Cycles

Rad Bikes has renamed itself Parts and Labour Cycles due to a trademark dispute.You can now find the Lewisham Way bike maintenance shop online here.

Crofton Park Vinyl

What a record looks likeWill writes:We are setting up a vinyl record shop in Crofton Park Library. Most of the proceeds will go directly towards funding the running of the library and improvements to it.We will be working closely with the already established and successful Crofton Books, who are also based at the libraryThere will ...

The Nunhead Gardener, Nunhead

The Nunhead Gardener (1a Oakdale Road) is a charming gardening shop tucked under an archway next to Nunhead Station.Although it doesn't have the floorspace to compete with larger garden centres for equipment, trees and larger plants, it offers a beautiful range of plants and pots for window boxes, borders and around the home.

Waterintobeer launch birthday celebration with the Brockley Brewery and Dulwich Hamlet FC

The Waterintobeer team write:Brockley's home brewing supplies and beer shop, waterintobeer (on Mantle Road), has teamed up with Brockley Brewery and Dulwich Hamlet FC to celebrate its first birthday.To celebrate its first birthday, owner Tim has collaborated with Brockley Brewery to create an exclusive orange peel porter and for the first time, you'll be able ...

Mantle Road conversion refused

A proposal to convert the ground floor of Maypole Court on Mantle Road into residential space has been refused.The retail space, opposite Spar, has never been used and the owners have never given the impression that they were in any great hurry to let it.

Gently, 405 Brockley Road

We are delighted to be open now in #CroftonPark, every day. Come for a nose. We are selling gorgeous #gifts, #books and #homewares. pic.twitter.com/Xob4LLb2um— Gently (@gentlyhome) July 23, 2017Open seven days a week in Crofton Park, selling homewares and gifts, Gently Elephant now has a sibling.

Coming soon: Gently

Gently is the sister shop of Gently Elephant and will be opening in Crofton Park soon. Owner Helen teased this shot today and promises a shop for grown ups.

Rad Bikes, 148 Lewisham Way

Rad Bikes, the bespoke bike build specialist, has opened on Lewisham Way.The great and the good of South East London cycling turned out to celebrate this evening and here is a badly-taken photograph to prove it.Click here for their website.

Coming soon: Another Elephant

I saw a little elephant standing in my garden,I said 'You don't belong in here', he said 'I beg you pardon?'- Spike MilliganAnother local store opening to share...Helen from Brockley children's store (and Brockley Central award winner) Gently Elephant writes: "We have collected the keys for the old Swintons shop in Crofton Park (between Aqua ...