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News & features published on 4 July 2004
Celebrating 100 years of Nelson Square Garden

The centenary of Nelson Square Garden was celebrated on Saturday at this year's Nelson Square Fair.

International Co-operative Day on the South Bank

Supporters of the Co-operative movement gathered on the South Bank on Saturday to celebrate International Co-operative Day as part of the Coin Street Festival.

Mary Wollstonecraft blue plaque unveiled

Author Claire Tomalin has unveiled a blue plaque in honour of the early feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft.

Jeffrey John installed as Dean of St Albans

Dozens of Southwark churchgoers travelled to Hertfordshire on Friday for the installation of Jeffrey John - until last month chancellor and canon theologian at Southwark Cathedral - as Dean of St Albans.

Sophie Anderton opens South Bank exhibition

Model Sophie Anderton opened a free open-air exhibition in support of Breakthrough Breast Cancer at the London Eye on Thursday night.

No alcohol at the City of Wine

Diners at Cantina Vinopolis and guests at a KPMG corporate function on Thursday night had to bring their own wine to the Bankside attraction after solicitors forgot to renew the licence.

Archbishop of Southwark receives the pallium

The Archbishop of Southwark arrived home this weekend having been given the pallium by the Pope in Rome.

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