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News & features published on 19 September 2010
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Peter Randall-Page: Southwark's September of Sculpture

Purdy Hicks Gallery, Hopton's Almshouses, Jerwood Space and Dulwich Picture Gallery are all displaying the work of sculpture by Peter Randall-Page during September.

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Weekly farmers' market launches at Elephant & Castle

A new Saturday morning farmers' market is starting this week at Elephant & Castle.

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Historic RT buses carry passengers through North Lambeth streets

Six preserved RT vintage London buses carried passengers through central London on Sunday in a special recreation of the old 77A route.

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Fourth Bermondsey Street Festival draws a crowd

The sun shone for the Bermondsey Street Festival on Saturday. What started as a small event in Tanner Street Park in 2006 now fills the street from Crucifix Lane to Bermondsey Square.

Tweets on 19 September 2010

Just published - Peter Randall-Page: Southwark's September of Sculpture http://goo.gl/fb/sdcGv

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Tower Bridge Road eel shop on The One Show http://se1.info/c5IHuZ

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Great Gorilla Run comes to SE1 next Sunday http://se1.info/9L60n8

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A Bermondsey Abbey Walk with Stephen Humphrey http://se1.info/bVBPKF

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This week's free films at The Scoop: The Hurt Locker, North by Northwest & Pretty Woman http://se1.info/ckKXP6

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Tomorrow's free Southwark Mysteries walk with John Constable brings the history of Borough up to the present day http://se1.info/bhorVw

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Just published - Weekly farmers' market launches at Elephant & Castle @LCCLondon http://goo.gl/fb/E2DwN

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Just published - Historic RT buses carry passengers through North Lambeth streets http://goo.gl/fb/o8nUB

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Just published - photos + video from yesterday's Bermondsey Street Festival @BSF_2010 http://goo.gl/fb/d00m8

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The RAF Hurricane flypast seen from Westminster Bridge http://twitpic.com/2q0lfe

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You've got until 6pm to go for a spin on the South Bank with @l_d_f http://se1.info/dAHMYk

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Historic RT London bus outside St Thomas' Hospital http://twitpic.com/2pzafi - timetable here: http://bit.ly/b2QoRN

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Last chance to see SE1 9PX exhibition at @NationalTheatre http://se1.info/bVcYDE

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#openhouse @ Rose Theatre - site of first Elizabethan theatre on Bankside where Shakespeare learnt his craft. http://se1.info/9WIabS

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Great views and great food at IPC Media' Blue Fin Building #openhouse today http://se1.info/cq8g3m

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Make the most of 'London's Living Room' @ City Hall #openhouse today as Boris has axed the other public open days http://se1.info/9txR5F

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Lots to see and do today in SE1 with #openhouse - map here: http://se1.info/dwHWvK

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Giant peace dove parade @ More London - Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots International Day of Peace http://se1.info/bihOCf

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Visit a grade II* listed Queen Anne house in Bermondsey this morning with #openhouse http://se1.info/aDgXeI

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Simon Hughes MP interviewed in today's Independent on Sunday http://se1.info/cAPHc8

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Ozwald Boateng was introduced to clothes designing while studying computing at Southwark College http://se1.info/bKa3lH

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Doctors from Evelina’s Children’s Hospital in SE1 perform heart surgery in Sri Lanka http://se1.info/bgI4XY

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