Saturday 5 February 2011

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News & features published on 5 February 2011

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Police investigate alleged sexual assault in Maltby Street

Shoppers arriving at the Maltby Street market on Saturday morning found part of the street cordoned off whilst detectives investigated an alleged sexual assault.

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Costcutter teams up with Charles Dickens Primary School for healthy eating initiative

Members of the enterprise club at Charles Dickens Primary School helped to organise an event to promote healthy eating at the Costcutter store in Southwark Bridge Road on Friday.

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Bankside swaps regeneration tips with Manhattan

Southwark Council leader Peter John this week took part in a live web link-up with the Manhattan Construction Command Center in New York.

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St John's Waterloo plans 10 million transformation

St John's Church at Waterloo has announced plans for a dramatic reconfiguration of the historic building to serve the community better.

Tweets on 5 February 2011

Saturday recap: big plans for @stjohnswaterloo, Bankside links up with Manhattan and #change4life at Costcutter http://se1.info/hXhumP

via HootSuite

Pics of Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre in 1968 http://se1.info/hQ9TkI (via @langrabbie)

via HootSuite

oobr Interesting sounding lecture coming up at UCL this Thurs lunch about the archaeology of the Thames foreshore in London: http://bit.ly/hRWb1n

via web (retweeted on 7:44 PM, Feb 5th, 2011 via Twitter for Mac)

Just published - Police investigate alleged sexual assault in Maltby Street http://goo.gl/fb/Gxc4T

via Google

@charliereeves86 Pulse next to Blackfriars Bridge? Yes, it opens next month

via Twitter for Mac in reply to charliereeves86

@charliereeves86 At the moment it's called Ewer Street Car Park. Didn't get to the exhibition but guess there's a plan to be permanent venue

via Twitter for Mac in reply to charliereeves86

Old Southwark in the Blitz guided walk tomorrow http://se1.info/hwAaIW - see also fascinating new book

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Tomorrow Westminster Bridge will be setting for Rolls-Royce cavalcade http://se1.info/hIS1ys & big motorbike protest http://se1.info/fxxqpf

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Just published - Costcutter teams up with Charles Dickens Primary School for healthy eating initiative http://goo.gl/fb/DE59v

via Google

Just published - Southwark's @peterjohn6 swaps regeneration tips with Manhattan officials http://goo.gl/fb/tSM6H

via Google

Just published - St John's Waterloo plans £10 million transformation http://goo.gl/fb/QxAde

via Google

Principal of @MorleyCollege says plans to link funding to employment outcomes would "completely decimate us" http://se1.info/igTcWE

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Mozart, Mendelssohn and Chopin - piano recital in the Borough tonight http://se1.info/fcNX2O

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Tower Bridge Road public toilets - planning permission granted for wine bar conversion [our story from last summer: http://se1.info/fq6JYP]

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Up to 51 new @BarclaysCycle docking points coming soon @ Elephant & Castle: permission granted for docking stns either side of Walworth Road

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New nightclub in Great Suffolk Street / Ewer Street railway arches - exhibition till 2pm today http://t.co/MXnGihs

via Twitter for Mac

RT @DrWetpaint: I am joining Waterloo Library on Lower Marsh 2.30 this afternoon (not being tardy - that's when it opens ...) #savelibraries

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Chinese New Year: stories and activities for children aged 5 to 12 http://se1.info/hKaniN

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Chris aka @maximusfishing is selling fresh fish from Lowestoft at @londonfarmers market in @BermondseySq today - see http://se1.info/dHBnAQ

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Real Food Market continues today on the South Bank outside RFH http://se1.info/fhOWwg

via bitly

RT @RobbleMitchell: Police have cordoned off Maltby St. Monmouth closed. Nooo!

via Twitter for Mac

Pop-up bookstall in Trinity Church Square - most books 50p http://se1.info/i5B8wF

via bitly

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