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Tuesday 9 March 2004

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News & features published on 9 March 2004
Lambeth puts hot dog sellers on a leash

Illegal traders beware. That is the clear message that Lambeth Council has for hot dog sellers and other unauthorised businesses operating on the South Bank.

Anchor & Hope is Gastropub of the Year

The Anchor & Hope has won the London Gastropub of the Year award.

Potters Fields: council calls for cultural use

Southwark Council has approved a planning brief outlining its ambition to create a major cultural attraction on the Potters Fields coach park site next to Tower Bridge, in spite of Berkeley Homes' plan for eight high-rise residential towers.

Westminster Bridge blocked by disabled rights protest

Seven people were arrested after a protest about disabled people's rights brought traffic on Westminster Bridge to a standstill during Tuesday morning's rush hour.

Markings at Southwark Playhouse

This new play by playwright Dominic Francis presented by Attic Theatre Company is a poignant and fine portrayal of the strong yet tormented and tenuous relationships that characterise one family from wartime 1940s to present day.

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