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Thursday 29 December 2011

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Tweets on 29 December 2011

Since May 2006 the London SE1 website has carried a total of 12,000 events listings

via Twitter for Mac

In January, Waterloo Library Book Group is discussing 'Derby Day' by D.J. Taylor

via bitly

Looking forward to this exhibition of @lambetharchives images at @morleycollege in February

via bitly

Review of The Well Chinese restaurant at Newington Butts, Elephant & Castle

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@Southwark_News Your tweet didn't mention the name or the month of opening though! (Happy New Year, btw)

via Twitter for Mac in reply to Southwark_News

Masterchef's @GreggAWallace is opening a restaurant called Gregg's Table at the Bermondsey Square Hotel in February

via Twitter for Mac

Our chart of top 36 stories of 2011 now includes correct link to Roman bath house report thanks to @AscendinPenguin

via Twitter for Mac

Another top story from the past year was the discovery of a Roman bath house in Borough High Street

via HootSuite

RT @lepontdelatour: Karen in our Foodstore is having a post Christmas sale with 40% off all Christmas goodies

via Twitter for Mac

Obama's visit to Southwark was one of our most-viewed stories of the year

via bitly

2011's most read news stories include Boris and Arnie's bike ride through Potters Fields Park

via bitly

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