The Architect: John Smith John Smith (1855-1926) was a controversial figure. Described as leading a quiet life and being connected with the Congregational Church on the Avenue, he was absorbed in his construction business. ‘By enterprise and keen business acumen’
Come and join us as part of the national Big Lunch day. Meet opposite end of Khartoum Road. Bring your own food and drinks, seats, tables etc – and barbecues if raised off the ground to avoid damaging the grass.
We shall be holding the second OTRA Book Sale and Coffee Morning at 9 Blenheim Avenue. This is a chance to get rid of those spare books and pick up some new reading, all in aid of OTRA funds. There
I am interested in compiling some audio recordings of any residents (or ex residents) with stories to tell about the Triangle in days gone by. If you, a friend or relative can remember any snippets of local interest, local characters,
Lyn, Emily and Laurie’s families from Oakmount Ave would like to invite you to join them for a picnic! We are planning on joining in this national event ‘The Big Lunch’ on Sunday 18 July. It’s for promoting good neighbourliness
As everyone who attended will know, the Street Party on 30th May was a great success. Overall, some 300 people chatted, ate, drank, danced, sang and partied in the beautiful weather specially laid on by the organisers. The event