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Saturday 24 March 2012

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News & features published on 24 March 2012
Duke of Edinburgh at Union Jack Club for 70th anniversary of St Nazaire raid

The Duke of Edinburgh, patron of the St Nazaire Society, attended a lunch at the Union Jack Club in Waterloo on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of Operation Chariot.

Tweets on 24 March 2012

Saturday recap: Duke of Edinburgh's lunchtime visit to Waterloo

via HootSuite

Just published - Duke of Edinburgh and @thehistoryguy at @unionjackclub for 70th anniversary of St Nazaire raid

via Google

The Strata maintenance cradle in mid-air

via Twitter for Mac

Tonight: @sinfoniatamesa performs Rachmaninov and Sibelius at @stjohnswaterloo

via TweetDeck

The Duke of Edinburgh is coming to lunch at the @unionjackclub in Waterloo today. He is patron of the St Nazaire Society.

via HootSuite

Family Fun Day at Ellen Brown Bermondsey Play Centre 12 till 4 today

via HootSuite

Last day of Shell Centre @scdialogue redevelopment exhibition - possible 8 new buildings 8-35 storeys on South Bank

via HootSuite

See the plans for new public swimming pool (& 36-storey tower) at Elephant & Castle exhibition today 10 till 5.

via bitly

RT @CTrounce: Photo: Illustrated map for Better Bankside. More photos and information on my website...

via HootSuite

John Walsh reviews @greggstable in today's Indy - "mediocre tat with a celebrity name attached"

via Byline

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