A few snaps on my phone and a quick play around with some filters for a brief tour of Peckham and East Dulwich.

One of many butchers and grocers – though I particularly like the life-size goat they have on the counter.

Lots of colourful fruit and veg to choose from

Some great architecture hiding in plain sight

I’m too much of a wimp to buy a chicken with the head still on.

The Peckham Plex. A cinema Marty McFly would be proud of.

Possibly London’s dinkiest highstreet shop.

Bollards designed by Anthony Gormley.

Old sewing machines

A pretty interior to accompany the delicious food at Le Chardon.

Le Chardon, where British butcher meets Parisian bistro.

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5 Responses to Peckham

  1. Oh I LOVE this post! I so miss London! And now I’m really looking forward to listening to the latest podcast!!! See? You make me SO happy even though I’m all the way over in Saudi Arabia! :)

  2. Louiseluvsyarn says:

    Thanks for this – all my old haunts – you must practically live next door to my house!!! Made me weep just a tiny bit of homesickness…….. Can’t believe there will be a LYS!! I so wanted to do that with my redundancy money – but dear husband decided we should move to Abu Dhabi instead :( Will be back for a home visit on 4th April and can’t wait – a large drink in The Bishop will be on the top of my list! Lovely to have you back podcasting – missed your cheery voice!!! X

  3. moleymakes says:

    Ah how I miss the vibrancy and colour of London. The fact that you can pick up almost every type of culinary cuisine on the High Street is amazing.

    I was half expecting to see a snapshot of a certain yellow Robin Reliant. Obviously it’s parked up in the garages near Nelson Mandela House 😉

  4. Clare says:

    A lovely trip down memory lane – thanks for the awesome pics and the podcast. I MISS london… will have to make time for a trip to the LYS in East Dulwich… when I come back in the summer. Can’t wait to hear more details on what it is like.

  5. Mary Jo says:

    SOOO glad to see the podcast pop up on ITunes. Missed it very much! Glad you are back. The pictures are lovely. Someday I will get to the UK. I watch for ideas on where to go and what to do if I ever get there. Love it when you and A Playfulday talk about your country. Thank you!!

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