Stories about people and places in SE1.
"Here we are on page 46 and we're only now getting to something...," writes Pete Brown. This book is a ramble around the Borough and sometimes you feel as if you might be in the George listening to the author talking about the area.
An 4.5 metre high interactive artwork representing a man squatting as if defecating has been installed in Potters Fields Park to mark World Toilet Day.
Southwark-based charity Actionplus Foundation is marking its 15th anniversary as well as its founder's thirty years ministry.
Residents of a sheltered housing complex in Bankside can now take advantage of a wheelchair loan service to help them enjoy living in central London.
100 artworks made in 2008 to mark the centenary of the London Underground roundel logo have been put on display at Southwark Tube Station.
On Guy Fawkes' Night the House of Lords gave an unopposed second reading to a 'bonfire' of obsolete legislation. The 800+ acts to be repealed include a number of local curiosities.
River traffic on the Thames was halted on Monday night when a 'flying saucer' appeared in the Pool of London near Butler's Wharf.
Children at Mint Street Adventure Playground learned about worms and creepy crawlies during a Halloween-themed workshop.
The Downside Fisher Youth Club has launched a project to create a new film and photography exhibition inspired by the 40th anniversary of 'We Was All One', the 1972 Thames Television documentary about Bermondsey life.
Artists Heather and Ivan Morison were in Sumner Street on Thursday evening for the inauguration of their Skirt of the Black Mouth art installation.
Jazz fans and several well-known players have been visiting 56 Stamford Street for a few weeks but it officially opened on Thursday evening when the Mayor of Southwark Althea Smith cut a red ribbon.
Members of youth-led community group SE1 United visited Hampshire this weekend to spend a day at Somerley, home of the Earl of Normanton.
Local workers and tourists walking through Southwark Cathedral's churchyard on Wednesday lunchtime were invited to share their secrets of mental wellbeing.
A new collaboration between artist Dryden Goodwin and scientists from King's College London this month will highlight the need for a public debate on air pollution in the capital.
Two formerly homeless men who spent many years sleeping rough on the streets around the South Bank realised one of their dreams last week when they were given the chance to ride on the London Eye.