Deptford Creek

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Deptford Creek (Eng

Statementby Jim Rice.
ContributionsMuseum of London.
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LC ClassificationsDA670.D38 R53 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1154773M
ISBN 100948797770
LC Control Number94130654
OCLC/WorldCa30508423

We offer a range of activities from education schools visit to low tide walks in Deptford Creek as well as family learning sessions during the holidays. Our low tide walks are booked out months in advance so please book early to guarantee a place.

Led by our conservationist with Deptford Creek book years’ experience, we guarantee you some good, clean, muddy fun. Deptford Creek book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5(1). Deptford / ˈ d ɛ t f ə d / is an area of south-east London, is on the south bank of the River Thames, and within the London Borough of is named after a ford of the River the mid 16th century to the late 19th it was home to Deptford Dockyard, the first of the Royal was a major shipbuilding dock and attracted Peter the Great to come and Country: England.

Friends of Deptford Creek met again at Brookmill pub (upstairs) to continue reviewing the challenging conditions around residential status for those in boats and on the shore alongside the creek in Deptford. Developers, ‘Artworks’ now active in the area have begun pushing for change in their long term existing arrangements with those renting space on the land and moored up alongside No2.

Deptford Creek by Jim Rice,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Deptford Creek Pedestrian Swing Bridge • The new ‘kid on the block’ as far as Deptford Creek is concerned is the pedestrian bridge – cable-stayed swing bridge – which was officially opened on a site north of Creek Bridge in Further details are contained in a separate blog.

Deptford Creek has been a navigable waterway since at least 11th century, described as having a dozen mills in the doomsday book. Today a dozen large barges and a similar number of smaller boats still moor along it’s length.

Ten boats are moored in the Theatre arm of Deptford Creek alongside the yards no2 and no4 Creekside. Deptford Creek and Creekside Discovery Centre The Creekside Centre is set in its own wild environment with a living roof and exclusive access to Deptford Creek via a small beach.

It's a purpose built centre with a broad range of equipment, information & resources for outdoor activities, social events and field study opportunities. The Centre has experienced and knowledgeable staff to guide you.

The most famous industrial plant in Deptford Creek was the Power Station. The Domesday Book recorded eleven corn mills on the Ravensbourne in the 11th century.

The 17th century London diarist John Evelyn bought one of these mills – Brookmills – in for "grinding colour". The tidal Creek has been the site for three corn mills. The exhibition is accompanied by the Deptford Creek Compendium, a one-off publication made up of interviews with locals, intermingled with extracts from books by Dickens, Conrad, Booth and.

The lifting bridge over Deptford Creek was made of iron and had a central section that also carried the two railway lines.

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In order to open the bridge, bolts had to be removed from the fish-plates securing the two railway lines so that the bridge section could be raised high enough for a sailing barge to pass underneath.

Deptford Creekside is an area in south-east London that is in the process of changing. Surrounding the Creek are 57 separate freeholds each in various stages of development.

Whilst several planning frameworks have been proposed over the last ten years, the area still lacks a coherent vision for how it might benefit from its unique. Deptford Creek is a half-mile, muddy, tidal stretch of the River Ravensbourne flowing into the Thames opposite the Isle of Dogs. It has been a vitally important place.

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If you are interested in taking a guided walk in Deptford Creek then please contact the Creekside Discovery Centre. Remember that it is tide-dependent so you do need to book in advance. Today’s walk was the Low Tide Walk which is also suitable for children aged (who I reckon would love this walk).

A guided adventure for adults and accompanied children ages 9+ in Deptford Creek. Thu 17 Sep Low Tide Walk - Summer in the River - 17th September pm.

A guided adventure for adults and accompanied children ages 9+ in Deptford Creek. Sun 11 Oct Low Tide Walk. Deptford Creek: Photographs [Jim Rice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Deptford Creek: Photographs: Jim Rice: : Books Skip to main content.

deptford creek se8 Today Deptford is overshadowed by nearby Greenwich, but it, too, has played an important part in London’s history. A fishing village in the Middle Ages, it witnessed the Battle of Deptford Bridge in on a site adjacent to Deptford Creek when Cornish rebels under their leader Lord Audley were soundly beaten by the king.

Geography. The Ravensbourne is 11 miles (17 km) in length with a total catchment area of km flows through the London Boroughs of Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich. The Ravensbourne rises at Caesar's Well, Keston, four miles south of Bromley town centre, and flows initially in a northerly the initial third of its length the river flows across common land (including Hayes.

Deptford Creek Paperback – April 1, by Jess Steele (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, April 1, "Please retry" — Author: Jess Steele. Deptford Creek by Jess Steele,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Deptford Creek is accompanied by Deptford Creek Compendium, an anthology of extracts from literary and other sources, interviews with those who know Deptford well, and new writing by James Stirling.

We’re at Creek Road, Deptford, London SE8 3BU Our closest bus stop is MacMillan Students Village (,N1, N).

Or a minute walk from London Overground at New Cross. Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage Classical Games Lifestyle noisy, traffic-clogged spot, with little green space and relief, bar a soothing walk along the sludgy Deptford Creek.

Deptford’s Creek runs into the United Kingdom’s most famous river – the Thames. Each day the tide falls, leaving around a kilometre of the riverbed exposed. So, twice a month, the Creekside Education Fund open their doors to those interested in exploring Deptford Creek during low tide, in.

Deptford Dockyard (Convoys Wharf) site became the subject of a Richard Rogers Partnership Planning Application submitted inNDS commenting that it did not reflect suitably Deptford’s maritime location and underground archaeology.

Hutchison Whampoa subsequently purchased the site and after extensive archaeology submitted a new application in which was rejected by Lewisham Council. Deptford Creek Compendium accompanies the photography book Deptford Creek, a loose ethnographical and archaeological survey of Creekside in Deptford, London SE8.

The compendium is an anthology of extracts from literary and other sources, interviews with those who know Deptford well, and new writing by James Stirling. Janette Scott, November - Rent from people in Deptford Creek, United Kingdom from $20/night. Find unique places to stay with local hosts in countries.

Belong anywhere with Airbnb. But Deptford has always ebbed and flowed like its muddy, atmospheric Creek, and for all the changes, its spirit remains unique. There’s something theatrical about it, from the market traders to.

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West Deptford. Hone, in his Year Book, p.speaks of theboarded floor of Trinity House, Deptford, beingstrewed with green rushes on the occasion of the visitof the Brethren of Trinity House, during the fair in The town hall at Liskeard, in Cornwall, wasstrewed with rushes on particular occasions, as late.

Deptford Township - Municipal, Deptford Township, New Jersey. K likes. Deptford Township is located in northern Gloucester County, New Jersey. The Township was founded in   What is now Deptford Creek was once the mouth of the River Ravensbourne, overlooked by what would have once been a relatively small fishing village.

Our TDP foreshore guide, archaeologist Eliott Wragg, pointed out the stranded remains of a Lighter, a type of flat-bottomed boat, visible at low tide at the entrance to Deptford Creek.