Your great South London Press – out now!

As temperatures plummeted below zero this week in South London, an estate with elderly residents was left to freeze after boilers broke down.

A Scouts division may not be able to go on trips in the summer after £10,000 worth of equipment was stolen from its lock-up.

And a care home resident in Erith was filled with Christmas cheer when two reindeer visited her bedside.

We have 10 pages of South London Press sport, including an exclusive interview with Charlton’s teenage defender Zach Mitchell – the younger brother of Millwall midfielder Billy.

And we have our verdicts on the Premier League starts for Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Fulham as they gear up for their Boxing Day returns.

All that plus much more, including the latest things to do in South London and reviews of pubs & restaurants in your area.

Don’t miss your latest South London Press –  out now!

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