Stories about people and places in SE1.
Blackfriars Settlement is looking for volunteers to work with older people.
The achievements of a Blackfriars Road resident were recognised at the fifth annual Peabody Volunteer Awards held at City Hall last month.
With white walls and minimalist displays, for one day only Borough Market adopted the design aesthetic of a well-known electronics and computer company with its 'Real' Apple Store.
An American author has published a book of children's stories including a tale inspired by Elephant & Castle tube station.
A sculpture inspired by a science-fiction film has been installed in Bermondsey Square.
Good weather drew thousands of people to Bermondsey Street Festival on Saturday.
Bankside Open Spaces Trust has been awarded a special Champion of Champions certificate by London/Britain in Bloom for the second year running.
The Queensborough Community Centre on the Scovell Estate has marked its 30th anniversary with a party.
The Bermondsey Project is celebrating five years at the Crosse & Blackwell factory in Willow Walk.
A restaurant and bar at County Hall on the South Bank has installed a division bell which gives MPs an eight-minute warning to make their way across the river to vote in the lobbies of the Palace of Westminster.
The centenary of foreign secretary George Brown, born on 2 September 1914 just a month into the First World War, falls this year.
A watercolour of Blackfriars Railway Bridge is one of two Thames-related paintings to be displayed on posters at river piers and tube stations around London.
A Lambeth councillor has raised more than £1,000 for the Garden Museum with a 78-mile walk round the Capital Ring orbital footpath ... and now the museum's boss plans to swim the Thames from Oxford to London.
Six young people trained by a Kennington-based charity were employed as marshals on a film set in Waterloo last month.
As the Gibbon's Rent garden celebrates its second anniversary, a new book exchange cabinet has been added to the green oasis just yards away from the bustle of Tooley Street.