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25 nice, not nice and weird things you said about where you live in south-east London and north Kent
Describe where you live in five words or less, that was the challenge we set.
Our 5 Words competition produced some positive, some negative, some playful and some completely random responses.
Here now for your enjoyment are 25 of the best answers, including the winning entry.
The contest has now finished but see if you can do better than those who entered, by describing your area is five or fewer words in the comments box below.
Sutton at Hone: Friendly, great walks and lakes. – Christine Brazier
Dartford is where Kentish Traditionalism meets Iconic London. – Bill Robertson
Dartford is run down. – Bradley Howsam
Dartford is adaptable, accessible, historic, green, home. – Jamie Dickie
Gravesend is a port town where Pocahontas died. – Clemma Tagg
LEWISHAM AND GREENWICH
Honor Oak Park: Green, vibrant, families, community, home. – Rachel Gleave
Kidbrooke is peaceful, well connected, posh, friendly, clean. – Prerna Gupta
Catford is vibrant, urban, spirited, colourful, thriving. – Zoe Harriman
Sydenham’s citizens are so considerate. – David Hughes
New Eltham is leafy, with a villagey atmosphere. – Ian Curtis
Sydenham: Busy central quiet convenient local. – Clare Petty
Deptford is vibrant, friendly, interesting and surprisingly green! – Anne Greensmith
Crayford: Hilly, dirty, past its best. – Alison Joyce
Sidcup, the patio of England. – Robert Constable
Slade Green: Where fast trains whizz by. – Jackie Synnott
Bexley is amazing, stunning, peaceful, spirited and fun-packed. – Deana Sowamber
Bexleyheath is diverse, historical, welcoming, stimulating and statuesque. – Jade Ridout
Sidcup: Busy, traffic, nice, kind, average. – Darren Lawrence
Belvedere is a reservation on the outskirts of London. – Donna Anderson
Thamesmead is watery, wild, scenic, calm, close to nature. – Joanne Coles
Thamesmead photographed by Ewan Munro
Cray Valley is full of Cray Pride. – Teresa Ball
St Paul’s Cray: Dumping ground for Bromley. – Patrick Whelan
Motinngham is Misunderstood, Unloved, Alive, Picturesque, Proud, Green, Compact, Fascinating. – Leeanne Lucy
Eden Park is: A peace of Eden's garden. – Tim Fox
AND THE WINNER IS ...
Popular, Eclectic, Neighbourly, Gregarious, Easygoing - spells PENGE. - well done to Laura Bishop for coming up with this, our favourite entry.
Mural overlooking Penge East station car park Picture by jelm6 via Flickr
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