Jon Snow joined his ITN colleague Jude Cowan at Woolfson & Tay on Monday evening to talk about her exhibition and poetry book inspired by her work as a television archivist.
The Robes Project is staging a sleepout 'under the stars' in the churchyard of Southwark Cathedral next month to raise funds for its winter night shelter for rough sleepers in South London.
Plans to install the Olympic rings and Paralympic agitos at the top of Tower Bridge have been approved by the boroughs of Southwark and Tower Hamlets.
Brian Coleman, controversial chairman of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, has launched a new attempt to shut down the London Fire Brigade Museum and dispose of its collection of 15,000 items.
The public viewing galleries at the top of the Shard will open in early 2013, according to a job advertisement for an operations director to oversee the 75 staff that will run the new attraction.
Tuesday recap: Shard skydeck opens 2013: fire museum under threat; plus other local news http://t.co/3kpRnJW3
RT @depordon: Southwark Visitor experience London 2012 group today. Gradually developing a distinct set of events and projects. And legacy!
Just published - The comedian, the bishop and the MP: Southwark Cathedral to host sponsored sleepout http://t.co/XT0hmMrf
'Excavations and Restoration at Fulham Palace' is tonight's Southwark & Lambeth Archaeological Society lecture http://t.co/jAzmcqQF
RT @LondonFire: No harmful substances were found at Druid St, Bermondsey. Firefighters will be leaving the scene soon.
Just published - Brian Coleman makes new attempt to shut London Fire Brigade Museum and sell off collection http://t.co/InvVXFY4
LondonFire Firefighters continue to investigate a smell of chemicals in a building in Bermondsey. Intial tests didn't reveal any harmful substances.
Just published - Shard viewing galleries - 800 ft above London - to open in early 2013 http://t.co/wuYjE1IX
TfL says Druid Street incident is "chemical spillage from swimming baths" - presumably @DownsideFisher / Downside Centre then
RT @LondonFire: A number of fire appliances have been sent to investigate a smell of chemicals at a building on Druid St, Bermondsey SE1
Tooley Street has been designated a 'prestige footway' by TfL; 'zero tolerance' on shops putting out A-boards & other clutter
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