Stories about people and places in SE1.
Residents of a sheltered housing complex in Park Street last week celebrated the 25th anniversary of the opening of the development.
A queue stretching along Weston Street and around the corner into Snowsfields formed on Monday afternoon as hundreds of people packed into the Greenwood Theatre to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu take part in a panel discussion.
Former England netball captain Amanda Newton visited Waterloo Netball club on Saturday for a special coaching session at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth sports facility.
A recycling bin for low-energy lightbulbs has been installed in Waterloo.
The first London Bridge Open Kitchen food festival was held on Wednesday night in the forecourt of the White Cube gallery in Bermondsey Street.
This week Southwark Council's Tooley Street headquarters has played host to the 'Empowerment through Art: Photography and Latin American Migrants Girls in London' exhibition.
Gardeners are applying the finishing touches to a 'city garden' which has been created in Borough Market's new glass market hall.
Rare video footage of the extraordinary campaign to save the remains of Bankside's Rose Theatre has been published 24 years later.
A stunning new hand-carved new bower or shelter has been unveiled in Archbishop's Park.
Southbank Centre's summer festival this year will celebrate the idea of neighbourhood and explore the concept of what makes a good neighbourhood and what it means to be a good neighbour.
A wooden monolith depicting the adventures of an urban fox in Europe's tallest building has been installed in the Grizedale Forest in Cumbria.
Tate Modern's turbine hall was filled with dozens of paper boats made from banknotes, maps and rail tickets this weekend as part of the Hyperlink festival.
The Dragon Cafe - an arts and creative project which operates from the crypt of St George the Martyr church every Monday - celebrated the eve of St George's Day this week with a range of colourful events.
The royal rowbarge Gloriana, built for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant, was the star of this year's Tudor Pull event.
England and Catalonia share St George as their patron saint so it was fitting that Borough Market's St George's Day event on Sunday had a Catalan twist.