About

Run this blog over at your own risk

Think of this as Blackheath’s local paper… If you’ve ever received a local paper in Blackheath, you’ll know that it tends not to be very local. This Blackheath blog, whilst generally not being on paper, will be local.

Also, it is about Blackheath in London, SE3, UK. Not one of the many other beautiful Blackheaths that exist around the world.

The Bugle lives in Blackheath, thinks it is possibly the nicest bit of London that there is, and counts his lucky stars each evening as he walks back from the station.

Email
If you’d like to contact me, the email address is blackheathbugle@gmail.com

Things to get you started:

Here are some of the most visited pages on this blog:

Further Reading:  I highly recommend “Blackheath Village and Environs” by Neil Rhind.  Volume 1 is in print, available from The Bookshop on the Heath, or from Amazon.

Blackheath Village and Environs by Neil Rhind

Volume 2 is out of print, but can still be found second hand.

If you’d like to contact the Bugle, please use the contact form below. A flurry of carrier pigeons will drop it into the bugle’s inbox:

The banner at the top is from a photo taken by Flickr user Loopzilla. You can see the original photo here.

10 responses to “About

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  2. Abbie

    Stumbled across your site and think it’s great! As a Blackheath resident I have been both informed and entertained – thank you! I will be visiting on a very regular basis.

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  4. I didn’t know there was a Blackheath blog! I almost started one last year, so now I’m glad I didn’t. You’re doing a fine job. And I agree that we are lucky to live in the loveliest corner of London.

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  6. Anonymous

    Hi really enjoy your blog! I am an ex-resident doing some time in Asia but missing blackheath so your blog is the best medicine (or the worst) for my homesickness….Cheers!

  7. Helen Logan

    Hello! Please can anyone help me. I have recently changed email address and ISP provider – can’t find out how to change my email address for this blog! Thanks Helen

  8. Rob Jukes

    Hi, came across your site by accident.
    No mention anywhere of the Blackheath Morris men, stars of the Olympic closing ceremony.We performed with Eric Idle in the `Always look on the bright side of life`

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