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Tuesday 17 April 2012

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News & features published on 17 April 2012
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Tower Bridge Road payday loan shop plan blocked by councillors

A bid to open a controversial payday loan shop in Tower Bridge Road has been halted by Bermondsey Community Council.

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Mayor seeks local talent for Potters Fields Park Olympics festival

The Mayor of London has launched a search for artists, companies and community groups to perform at 'PICTURE: Potters Fields', the free festival to be held in the park next to Tower Bridge during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre to close in June

The Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre will close in June in preparation for the demolition of the building and redevelopment of the site, a senior Southwark Council officer has said.

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New Year's Day Roupell Street assault: police appeal for witnesses

Three and a half months after a man was violently assaulted in Roupell Street in the early hours of New Year's Day, police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

Tweets on 17 April 2012

RT @liberatetate: Watch the short promo video for our Tate a Tate audio tour themed around #BP sponsorship of @Tate http://t.co/gz2Ilzqi

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Tuesday recap: Payday loan shop blocked; Potters Fields Park; E&C Leisure Centre shuts in June; Roupell Street assault http://t.co/xeEPJMsW

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The @Canterbury2012 walkers will be setting out from Southwark tomorrow following in the footsteps of Chaucer's pilgrims.

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11 minutes at Elephant & Castle Railway Station http://t.co/6pLEYAfg via @hattydaze

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Bermondsey councillors put #nppf to the test with payday loan shop decision http://t.co/r0ABml8N

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Just published - Tower Bridge Road payday loan shop blocked; @swklibdems veto plan after @southwarklabour campaign http://t.co/k9CA32Af

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Just published - Mayor seeks local performers for Potters Fields Park Olympics festival; pays £1 to hire gardens http://t.co/N4Xdmk9A

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@Andrew_Humphrey Good point. Presumably they'll just send you to Peckham Pulse, Seven Islands etc

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Just published - Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre to close in June http://t.co/BpKiguxz

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Eden gardening team helps reopen @southbankcentre roof garden http://t.co/82q9EQA5 via @edenproject

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Friends across faiths? Justice, Islam and Christianity http://t.co/09iV8hHo #isaiahcommunity talk by Bishop of Kingston @stjohnswaterloo

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Charles Dickens local history walk tonight with John Constable http://t.co/KHUhPN55 (shame about the weather!)

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RT @spizzenergi: Tory Anti-Ken bus parked on Red Route in bus stop - can't be right? http://t.co/oGsmjzh0

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Jude Kelly says that the beach will be returning to Queen's Walk @southbankcentre this summer - but this year sand will be rainbow-coloured

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At @southbankcentre press conference Jude Kelly is talking about the @festivalvillage being created under the QEH

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Just published - New Year's Day Roupell Street assault: police appeal for witnesses http://t.co/khZWS9Bk

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On 26 June a helicopter will drop 100,000 poems on Jubilee Gardens to launch Poetry Parnassus at @southbankcentre, Jude Kelly has announced

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RT @UtilityStudio: Beer barrel blockade on Bermondsey Street http://t.co/IlPN6pDu

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Revamped Jubilee Gardens looking good http://t.co/LlCSR4Ut

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