The website provides news about Eltham Town Centre events and activities plus a directory of all businesses operating in the Town Centre. It also provides a forum for comment and individuals can subscribe for free.
The Society was established by history-loving citizens, "as a non profit organisation to encourage an interest in both local, general historical and archaeological matters particularly those relating to the area within the Borough of Bexley.
The Society, founded in 1857, is a registered charity to promote the study and publication of archaeology and history, especially within the ancient county of Kent. The "ancient county" includes Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich.
Lamorbey & Sidcup Local History Society - click here
The Lamorbey & Sidcup Local History Society was formed in 1952 as an off-shoot from a local history class that met at Lamorbey Park Adult Education Centre. It was renamed "Society" in 1956. The Society now meets monthly from January to December.
The Quaggy Waterways Action Group (QWAG) is a collection of local people who want their river back! By restoring the Quaggy they bring wildlife, education, amenity and beauty into the fabric of our urban environment.
South Greenwich Forum is an information exchange working for the community of the south of the borough of Greenwich. Any local group, however small, or any borough wide group serving the south, is able to affiliate.
Our neighbour society to the south cares for Chislehurst and its residents. It is vigilant in scrutinising proposals for change which would constitute un-neighbourly development or would diminish local spatial standards.
The Green Chain runs from Crystal Palace in the west to Erith in the east, and from the Thames Barrier south to Chislehurst. It has 40 miles of signposted footpaths linking 300 open spaces, including meadows, parks and ancient woodlands.
The North West Kent Family History Society - click here
The Society was formed in 1978 with the object of encouraging and aiding the study of family history and genealogy in South East London and North West Kent. There is a page for Eltham, which you can click on (navigate to Home to see the whole site).