Happy Christmas from Brockley Central

If we were working to the same yuletide calendar as the boy who's knocked, optimistically, on our door to sing carols several times already this year, we'd have posted this message in the last week of November and then at least once a week since.

As it is, we had a lovely Christmassy day yesterday, pottering around Brockley, making our final preparations. Even though getting the car MOT-ed, doing dry cleaning and buying six eggs from Costcutter are not, on the face of it, particularly festive, the sum of the experiences reminded us that It's a Wonderful Life in Brockley.

So from Brockley Jon and Brockley Nick, we'd like to wish you all a merry Christmas - we will be back just afterwards with our Brockley Central Review of the Year and our resolutions for 2008...

11 comments:

andy pandy pudding & pie said...

Merry Christmas to you both too! And thanks for keeping up a wonderful site!

Hugh said...

Keep up the good work, guys. Have a good holiday season.

Richard Elliot said...

Merry Christmas! I hope you have a great day and relaxing break.

»-(¯`v´¯)-»møk@»-(¯`v´¯)-» said...

merry Xmas & happy new year
moka from italy

www.gattomania-moka.blogspot.com

Hugh said...

Will there be a Brockley Central pub gathering some time between Christmas and New Year? This may be the first time in months I've had the time to make it, if anyone fancies a pint.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas one and all, God bless us evertone!

Anonymous said...

Just returned from a last minute trip down to Brockley Road for some last minute Christmas touches (now we have some shops worth visiting), where I heard an interesting rumour regarding the old Homeview site...

A long standing and very excited trader on the parade between Adelaide Ave and St Maggie's Road told me that both Marks & Spencer Simply Food and Tesco Metro are negotiating terms to open at the site!!??

Can anybody elaborate, confirm or deny?

Monkeyboy said...

Really? I heard Anne Summers was poking around.

Well not really but it fits in with the new decadent feel of what social commentators are already calling 'Bawdy Brockley'

Anonymous said...

Just to wish Nick, Jon and the Brockley Central readers a very Merry Christmas. Thanks again guys, you do fantastic job.
James

Kate said...

Better late than never - Merry Christmas guys! Thanks for all the hard work!

Bea said...

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year - a little late I know but I hope I'm excused as I'm posting this from France.

Bea

(You see even when I'm on holday abroad I still need to check in and see that all is well at Brockley Central - and glad to read all is tickady-boo - rumours of Tescos, M&S etc still abound...)

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