London SE1 community website

Thursday 19 May 2005

<< Wednesday 18 May | Friday 20 May >>
<< Same day in April | Same day in June >>
<< Same day in 2004 | Same day in 2006 >>
News & features published on 19 May 2005
...
London Eye "held to ransom" in South Bank row

An extraordinary row has broken out on the South Bank which has led to the London Eye being served an eviction notice by the South Bank Centre.

...
David Bellamy marks Octavia Foundation launch at Archbishop's Park

David Bellamy came to Archbishop's Park this week to plant a rose bush to mark the launch of the Octavia Foundation, a new organisation devoted to preserving the memory of Octavia Hill.

...
Schools could merge to create 3-19 city academy

Two SE1 schools could be merged to create a city academy for ages 3 to 19 specialising in the performing arts under new plans expected to be approved by Southwark Council's executive

...
Beverley Knowles Fine Art searches for new site

Beverley Knowles is looking for new premises in SE1 following her shock 'eviction' from Borough Market which has shaken the art world.

...
Blackfriars Wine Bar opens for evening meals

An evening menu has been introduced at the long established Blackfriars Wine Bar.

...
Helping local students find tourism jobs in Southwark

More than 140 tourism students from local schools and colleges attended Southwark's first tourism and hospitality employment fair held on board HMS Belfast last week.

...
Prospero House comes to the Borough

SE1's latest business events venue has been launched this month. Prospero House in Borough High Street is Etc Venues' sixth centre.

...
"Excellent progress" at SE1 primary school on special measures

St George's Cathedral RC Primary School is making "excellent progress" says the church, just days after it was revealed as one of 55 London schools placed under special measures by Ofsted.

...
Barons Place wins London Lifestyle Award

An innovative new Peabody Trust-led housing scheme in SE1 for London's key workers has won a prestigious lifestyle award.

Tweets on 19 May 2005
No tweets here!
Keep up with SE1 news

We have three email newsletters for you to choose from:

We are part of
Independent Community News Network
Email newsletter

For the latest local news and events direct to your inbox every Monday, you need our weekly email newsletter SE1 Direct.

7,000+ locals read it every week. Can you afford to miss out?

Read the latest issue before signing up

Welcome...
...to the London SE1 community website. Published since 1998, we aim to provide a one stop shop for all kinds of local news and information.

We also publish a website for Bermondsey and Rotherhithe called SE16.com.

This is your community website, so do get in touch with your comments and ideas.