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Café De Morgon

In Places on July 14, 2010 at 1:22 pm

This place opened up a few of years ago under the name ‘Euphoria’. It specialises in doing a range of fruit smoothies. These are really nice, and the perfect choice for a hot day. They also do filled bagels which make for a  light lunch. I’m not a coffee drinker but they are very proud of their own custom blends and I’ve been told they are very good.

They recently had a rebrand and shop facelift so it’s looking nice!

cafe de morgon

The new sign and name

cafe de morgon

It's a nice place to go on a sunny day.

R.V. Amey

In Places on July 9, 2010 at 7:33 am

There are lots of architectural curiosities in Walthamstow village. If you’ve never been there I really suggest you go for a pleasant stroll on a sunny day. When there for the Open Garden’s I saw this old building, which now seems to be used as a home. It’s on Beulah Road.

R.V. Amey sign on village building

R.V. Amey sign on village building

R.V. Amey sign on village building

R.V. Amey from across road

Other blogs

In Uncategorized on July 6, 2010 at 9:13 am

Here are a few other Walthamstow blogs I have bookmarked.

The Crap Walking and Cycling in Walthamstow is a well known one by local cyclist ‘Freewheeler’. It is mostly about local and UK transport policy and cycling accident stats. Highly recommended, especially if you cycle.

The Archipelago of Truth is another well known blog. Commenting on all sorts of topics about Walthamstow it has a very political slant.

Bryn’s So Called Life is a bit more personal. It’s by a young guy who lives in Walthamstow. Most interesting is his ‘crime map’ keeping track of violent crime in Walthamstow.