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Re: Online photo storage

There are countless places where you can share photos; flickr (if you have a yahoo account); google photo/picassa (google email account) and so on. I thought dropbox was more for sharing yes you can upload them but rather than the photo you'll see it as a file name. As a quick measure if ...
Replies: 8
Wed Jun 05, 2013 1:56 pm

Re: Local State Schools - Give us a clue

asouth Regarding what schools were offered to those living in the area you mention, part of it may have depended on whether they actually utilised their full six choices rather than just applying for Honeywell and Belleville. Those we know were offered Falconbrook. Not sure about top end of Alfristo...
Forum: Schools
Replies: 48
Fri May 17, 2013 9:17 am

Re: feeling ripped off between the commons

Maxey, It's not just a case of converting to Catholicism. You also need to attend Mass on a Sunday for 3 years to meet the criteria for the entrance for the Catholic schools; then you also need to live fairly close too and appreciate that they only have 1 x class intake per year (e.g Holy Ghost). Sa...
Replies: 86
Wed May 15, 2013 12:24 pm

Re: Swimming Lessons for older children

Our son goes to the Clapham Leisure centre for his lessons and loves it.
They have courses for under 5's at w/ends as well as during the week.
Forum: Activities
Replies: 2
Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:03 pm

Re: Starting to feel nervous about primary school 'big revea

From recollection when applying online and reading the booklet, notification should be sometime on the evening of April 17th.
Forum: Schools
Replies: 9
Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:40 am

Re: Belleville catchment area

SabineMum should have read The furthest child offered a place before the start of term September 2012 (via shortest walking distance) for Belleville was 469m. Note however, the intake for September 2013 will be the first using the "as the crow flies" Thanks for the previous poster in ...
Forum: Schools
Replies: 62
Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:53 am

Re: Baby swimming courses

You can try the Clapham Leisure centre. They have classes starting from 3 months of age and the place is new....not to mention really good value.

Our son goes there and loves it. ... ourse.aspx
Forum: Chat Here
Replies: 8
Fri Apr 12, 2013 2:35 pm

Re: Potholes (sp?) - am i the only one?

AS MGMidget has already mentioned the number of potholes etc....I noticed that you can report then online to Wandsworth at the following link: So I decided to try it out and whether it was my reported incident or not, the one that I mentione...
Replies: 14
Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:02 pm

Re: Belleville catchment area

The catchment area for Belleville (and obviously all schools) varies from year to year and is also determined whether there were a large number of siblings in that given year. The furthest child offered a place before the start of term September 2013 (via shortest walking distance) for Belleville wa...
Forum: Schools
Replies: 62
Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:32 pm

Re: Looking for a roofer

We used Merlin Truline Roofing and found them to be very good.
They're also a family run business.
Tel: 020 8395 6005
Replies: 29
Mon Mar 18, 2013 3:08 pm

Re: Day nurseries that offer half days?

Assuming your child is >2 and a half, Clapham Park Montessori (off Abbeville Road) offer half days and I believe you are not obliged to attend every day either. If your child is one or walking they have an infant community at the same address. Alternatively you could try Broomwood Montessori (Kyrle ...
Forum: Childcare
Replies: 8
Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:55 am

Re: Italy - suggestions for Dolomites with family

We stayed at the Sport Hotel in San Vigilio di Marebbe. Barbara and Roman are wonderful hosts. I can't remember the name of the place in Auronzo (sorry). We'll go to the Dolomites again though next time it'll probably be a different area; Selva (Val Gardena) or Ortisei. However there are so many bea...
Forum: Travel
Replies: 3
Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:43 am

Re: Anyone know about Christmas tree collection by Wandswort

The pavements on ours and the surrounding streets are littered with Christmas trees so anyone trying to push their child in a pram or who uses a wheelchair has to go into the road, back onto the pavement, back on the road and so on. Complete joke really. I called the council earlier and they said th...
Replies: 7
Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:48 pm

Re: Italy - suggestions for Dolomites with family

The Dolomites are truly an area of natural beauty and not to mention the natural park being granted a UNESCO heritage site a few years ago. We've been there twice; once when our son was 9 months old to a place called Auronzo di Cadore, well known for it's lake and at an altitude of 800m. It's a grea...
Forum: Travel
Replies: 3
Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:34 pm

Re: Cat Repellent Ideas?

It all depends on how big the area is. You mention it's by the front door. If it's an area of soil, netting could be a cheap (though not pretty) deterrent. Otherwise plant a shrub or flowers to cover it. There's a plant called Coleus canina which is supposed to provide a scent not favourable to cats...
Replies: 2
Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:23 pm