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Wednesday 25 October 2006

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News & features published on 25 October 2006
Campaigners burn models of Berkeley Homes' towers

Residents renewed their campaign against the Potters Fields development this week by setting fire to models of Berkeley Homes' proposed high-rise towers.

Lib Dems launch Green Switch Week at Bermondsey Spa

Local Liberal Democrats this week visited the Artesian Building at Bermondsey Spa to highlight the launch of the party's nationwide 'Green Switch' campaign.

The State of the World at the National Theatre

The National Theatre is currently hosting an exhibition that shows people and events responsible for the current condition of the world.

5 wormeries for Southwark residents

Homeless men and women at St Mungo's wood workshop have made 250 wormeries which are available to Southwark residents for just 5.

Zandra Rhodes opens watercolour exhibition

Flamboyant Bermondsey-based fashion designer Zandra Rhodes was the guest of honour at the opening of the Royal Watercolour Society autumn exhibition.

Train derails at Waterloo

Train services to and from Waterloo have been disrupted after a derailed train damaged track at the entrance to the station.

Borough Market hosts birthday celebration

Borough Market turned back the clock to 1756 on Saturday to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the wholesale fruit and vegetable market.

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