The South Bank Patrol scheme run by local businesses was last week named the winner of a national security industry award.
Pupils from three Southwark schools were recognised for their achievement on IPC Media's Schools' Design Programme at a ceremony and exhibition that showcased their magazine designs.
An audience of more than 200 people gathered in The Scoop at More London on Wednesday to watch a performance by 10 adults with learning disabilities who attend Bede House and 10 schoolchildren from nearby Grange Primary School.
The Shard: "offensive, overscaled drip of cack, built by money-grabbing bastards to house money-grabbing bastards" http://t.co/MRR0czFl`
The Berry Man at the October Plenty event in Borough Market http://t.co/lMtQLrwr
Just published - South Bank Patrol service wins national security award http://t.co/S2c3YXnw
Just published - 20 local adults and children create dance performance for The Scoop http://t.co/gp93IWzF
Apple Day at Borough Market http://t.co/mMSTONb1 - 12 till 4 in the Jubilee Market on Winchester Walk
Upper Ground Update http://t.co/BK7KFdOf from Kennington People on Bikes
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