Stories about people and places in SE1.
Great Suffolk Street was closed to motor traffic for five hours on Saturday with the aim of making space for people to use the road space in new and creative ways.
Newly elected Bermondsey & Old Southwark MP Neil Coyle joined more than 200 local residents at a fun filled event on Peabody's Blackfriars Estate.
Gavin Tiffin, head of hospitality at Guy's and St Thomas', will this summer cycle 2,000 miles from London to Russia to raise money for charities linked to the hospitals.
Liz Browse of St Thomas' Hospital has been named the bank nurse of the year at the Nursing Standard Nurse Awards, following more than 40 years of service.
A new movie based on the long-running TV drama Spooks was released on Friday - and it makes use of lots of SE1 filming locations.
Items found during a recent archaeological dig at the Harper Road mosque have gone on display at the Museum of London.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has introduced regular monthly open days at the Lambeth Palace Garden.
Students at the City of London Academy in Lynton Road have created a giant chicken skeleton which is on display in the school's atrium.
The bleak brick walls of the Greenwood Theatre at the corner of Snowsfields and Weston Street have been transformed by the creation of a new 'pocket park' designed by Dame Zandra Rhodes and Joe Swift.
The St George in Southwark Festival made a comeback this year with a day of celebrations centred on St George the Martyr church in Borough High Street.
An ecumenical twinning agreement between Southwark and Rouen cathedrals has been reaffirmed by a new generation with a signing ceremony at Southwark Cathedral.
The second in a series of three sculptures to be exhibited in Bermondsey Square has been unveiled.
Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby is taking on an endurance challenge this summer in celebration of the charity founded in honour of his father, Richard, who died 50 years ago this year.
A new artwork has been unveiled at Guy's Hospital in honour of those who have donated organs and helped save the lives of others.
Southwark Cathedral's churchyard was taken over by a BBC film crew on Thursday shooting scenes for a new adaptation of John Le Carré's 'The Night Manager'.