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Wednesday 2 March 2005

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News & features published on 2 March 2005
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Tree planting at the Elephant

Volunteers from the Elephant and Castle joined Trees for Cities last week in planting trees in front of the job centre on Newington Causeway.

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Southwark calls time on litter bugs

Giant pieces of litter, from crisp packets to burgers to cigarette butts, came to life in Borough High Street last week in an innovative piece of street theatre.

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Talking signs aid hospital navigation

It can be a stressful experience going into hospital, especially when you can’t find your way around, and if English isn’t your first language it can be even harder.

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From a sea of tarmac to communal garden in 3 months

Work is underway to transform wasted space near Tooley Street into a new piazza and communal garden that will both beautify a key pedestrian route and boost community spirit.

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Fears for missing Kennington girl

Police are growing concerned for the safety of Katrina Scicluna, a 17 year old girl who has been missing from her home in Kennington's Hercules Road since Sunday 27 February.

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Lottery boost for Lambeth heritage

Lambeth's history will be revealed at the Museum of Garden History thanks to a lottery grant for a multimedia display that will tell the colourful story of the borough and its diverse community.

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