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Thursday 22 December 2011

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News & features published on 22 December 2011
Sir Mervyn King returns to Lower Marsh to visit Waterloo's youngest entrepreneurs

Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King returned to Lower Marsh last week to meet pupils from Johanna Primary, Oasis Academy Waterloo five months after he taught a maths lesson at the school.

Tweets on 22 December 2011

Sculpture who trained at @morleycollege to create memorial to Sir Simon Milton via @standardnews

via bitly

The @chantageuk choir will be singing carols at Hay's Galleria from 6pm

via Twitter for Mac

The @cablelondon club in Crucifix Lane is opening a sister venue called @relaylondon via @teamlondonbdg

via HootSuite

RT @BishopsgateInst: #Photo of the Day: 'Takin' our photo, mister?' Kids and cart at site of the Globe Theatre (c1910)

via HootSuite

Southwark Cathedral Carol Service tonight - arrive early to be sure of a seat

via HootSuite

Just published - Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King at @LowerMarshMrkt to visit @OasisJohanna entrepreneurs

via Google

[Forum] Shoe repair shop at Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre under threat of closure

via HootSuite

RT @tom_chance Wow, look at London's daytime population explosion! Interesting that Southwark is so high on the list...

via TweetDeck

The new Alex Monroe @agmonroe Jewellery Boutique in Snowsfields is now open

via bitly

Traders at Maltby Street will be open today and tomorrow 12-6

via HootSuite

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