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Wednesday 5 September 2007 3.02pm
This is a new thread to pick up where previous discussions on the future of both the Potters Fields former coach park and the former St Olave's Grammar School / Lambeth College building left off.

The whole question of Potters Fields has aroused enormous interest over the years.

Please use this thread to continue to discuss the issues and share information - but please be fair and honest in your contributions to this forum.

Here's the latest news:

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Wednesday 5 September 2007 3.47pm
Well, I note Kalmars are no longer advertising it for sale (7m) or let (700,000 per annum).
Wednesday 5 September 2007 5.26pm
Evening Standard today gives a phone number for the new eight tower development at Potters Fields.....
Wednesday 5 September 2007 11.12pm
er..what do you mean jackie? is there actually a sales advert for property there?!
Thursday 6 September 2007 9.34am
Simon Hughes told the Borough and Bankside Community Forum meeting last night that he is campaigning to keep St Olave's as a community space with three schemes including a multi-faith school.
Thursday 6 September 2007 10.30am
What exactly is a multi-faith school?
Thursday 6 September 2007 10.49am
designateddriver wrote:
What exactly is a multi-faith school?

I suppose it's for children whose parents wish them to keep their own religious beliefs while mixing with others of different ones.
Personally I would prefer no-faith schools.
Thursday 6 September 2007 2.33pm
Where are your children at school, JayBee?
Thursday 6 September 2007 2.42pm
The Mapmaker wrote:
Where are your children at school, JayBee?
Thats none of your business Mapmaker if indeed Jaybee has children, He /she was expressing a view on the type of schools he/she would prefer. A view one can have wether or not one has children.
Thursday 6 September 2007 2.49pm
Quite. And if anyone wants to discuss the principle of faith schools, please take it to the Chatter section so we can keep reasonably on-topic in this thread.

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