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‘Cycling safely should be on  the curriculum’

YOUNGSTERS across South London are being given advice on how to ride their bikes safely on the roads this summer.

Trained instructors have been paid by Transport for London (TfL) to teach children for 10 hours over the course of a week to en... read on

ANKLE tags to ensure binge-drinking offenders stay off the booze are being piloted in South London. read on...
TRANSPORT schemes planned between now and 2050 have been outlined by the Mayor of London – including a “South London Metro” costing at least £1billion. read on...
BEAVERS from South London joined forces for an invasion of the Woolwich Firepower museum and a host of activities led by former soldiers. read on...





THE Valley is rocking.

Back-to-back home games have seen two of the most-fancied sides in the division sent home defeated, lots of applause-inducing football, a joyous Covered End Choir and the emergence of more than a couple of new heroes.

The Valley crowd was deprived of consecutive home wins last season. In fact, last season Charlton won back-to-back games just once - their final two fixtures against Watford at home and Blackpool away.

But things feel different now. Whereas trips to SE7 last term were defined by a feeling of hope (and even occasionally dread) the performances against Wigan and Derby suggest that we can approach games with an altogether different emotion. Confidence.

Both of those sides finished in the play-off positions last season. Wigan were in the Premier League a year before that while Derby pushed QPR to the edge in the play-off final last May. Not only did we beat these teams, we did so... read on

THE Valley is rocking.

Back-to-back home games have seen two of the most-fancied sides in the division sent home defeated, lots of applause... read on

Charlton 3 Derby 2

IGOR Vetokele netted the clincher as Charlton overcame promotion-favourites Derby County. George Tucudean’s first Addic... read on

MALKY Mackay is set to be appointed as Tony Pulis' successor as Crystal Palace boss.

The South London Press understands that the Scot looks... read on

BREDE Hangeland has backed Crystal Palace to have a good season despite Tony Pulis walking away on the cusp of the new season.

The former Fulh... read on


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