The clergy of St John's Waterloo and St Peter's Walworth have held a service of repentance outside the offices of the Church Commissioners in the light of the sale of hundreds of homes in Southwark, Lambeth and beyond.
The group that is leading the process of drawing up a neighbourhood plan for part for Bermondsey under the Government's localism initiative has put out an open call for ideas.
Broadcaster David Dimbleby last week opened a new cancer care centre at Guy's Hospital in what is hoped to be an example of patient-hospital collaboration.
Shakespeare's Globe's marathon Holy Week recital of the King James Bible began on Palm Sunday with 20 actors working in rotation to present a 69-hour reaing of this historic book.
RT @thamesclippers: Due to disruption on the Jubilee line the 22:20 Westbound and 23:13 Eastbound may experience delays.
Â£1.2 million for a house in St George's Road http://se1.info/g8ABXQ
@lisarajan The officers' answer re Borough High St is misleading - only the northern end is TfL - south of Borough tube it's a council road
@colmhowardlloyd From memory, 5.30 - with late opening on Wednesday
Audioboo: Canon Giles Goddard explains why he is asking Church Commissioners to repent for sale of Octavia Hill Est... http://boo.fm/b335736
The leather trade in Bermondsey & associated industries - lunchtime talk 2moro @ John Harvard over 50s club http://se1.info/i9Cd2Q
RT @waterlooquarter: Greensmiths selling 'flat-pack chocolate Easter eggs (some assembly required)'. Love it!
Masai tribesman in traditional dress will hand out Kenyan roses to London Bridge & Waterloo commuters tomorrow 7-10am http://se1.info/hNJha9
Just published - What should be in the Bermondsey neighbourhood plan? http://goo.gl/fb/9pfZN
Just published - David Dimbleby opens Guy's Hospital cancer day unit http://goo.gl/fb/pB8P4
@PlatformSE1 Sorry - other commitments - but hope it goes well
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