GREENWICH INDUSTRIAL HISTORY SOCIETY
NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE, 1998-2007

Moving with the times, the Society is now publishing exclusively on Blog pages!

Greenwich Industrial History Blog

One advantage of this is that anyone can add comments to any item that is published.
If you would like to be added as a Contributor to the Blog please contact Dr. Mary Mills

Last printed format Newsletter - December 2007

Blackheath Hill Hole

Enderby Wharf Ferry Steps

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The following aims and objectives for the Society were agreed at its second meeting:

1. To research the Industrial History of the Greenwich Area

2. To aid the publication of this research where appropriate

3. To hold a watching brief on industrial sites in the relevant area and to comment on
any issues which might arise in the course of redevelopment, planning applications, etc.

Please note that all on-line issues are enhanced with direct links to relevant Web sites and e-Mail addresses,
but the links in Volumes 1-5 have not been checked/updated since the last printed Newsletter in 2007.

Check the latest issues for any updates available on sites subject to planning applications.

Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust

Local History and Heritage


ARCHIVED NEWSLETTERS (NOW INCLUDING MAY & NOVEMBER 2005)

INDEX TO PRINTED AND WEB ISSUES 1-5

VOLUME 1

VOLUME 2

VOLUME 3

VOLUME 4

VOLUME 5

VOLUME 6

VOLUME 7

VOLUME 8

VOLUME 9

VOLUME 10

September 23rd 2001 pictures of Crossness Engines Open House Day

January 2000 pictures of the Greenwich Peninsula developments

March 1999 pictures of Greenwich Peninsula developments


Membership information
A subscription rate of £10 is current.
Please find contact details in the latest newsletter, or e-Mail Mary Mills for details.


EXTRAS

1. Woolwich & Plumstead Remembered
Colin Weightman's compilation of stories, as told by ordinary Plumstead and Woolwich folk, about their early recollections of life in those far off days

2. Carving out History. Berni Cunnane's article from Meridian Line on the Enderby Wharf Ferry Steps

3. 'Damn your eyes Mr. Sharp'. Mary Mill's article on Ceylon Place Cottages

4. Greenwich Marsh: The 300 Years Before the Dome. Mary Mill's book

5. Mary Mills article on The Ghost in the Dome. Read it here....!


Greenwich Industrial History Society Officers, 2020-2021

Emeritus President - Jack Vaughan

Joint Chairs - Andrew Bullevant & Mary Mills

Committee Member - Elizabeth Fordham

Secretary - Alan Burkitt-Gray

Treasurer - John Price


Marymillsmmmmm@aol.com

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