Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams boarded a Thames Clippers boat at London Bridge City Pier on Thursday afternoon to join pilgrims bound for Greenwich.
Paralympic athlete Lucy Shuker cut the ribbon at Wednesday's official opening of The Bridge, a new fitness and wellbeing centre centre for women in Southwark Bridge Road.
The funeral of Tom Carroll took place at St George's Cathedral on Tuesday morning.
A building company has been fined £20,000 for a breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act after a woman was injured while she waited at a bus stop in York Road near Waterloo Station.
Thursday recap: St Alphege millennium; women's fitness centre; firm fined after heavy weight falls on woman at bus stop http://t.co/CZDhRCBx
New public toilets opening soon on the South Bank - find out more at South Bank Forum tonight http://t.co/h2mGIug4
@TheStockMKT Hope to be able to make it to the event this time - was away at time of last market.
@TheStockMKT Not yet - got your email and it's on the to do list. Will get it sorted in a day or 2 & certainly in time for our weekly email
Wall of water coming through gap between old and new roofs at London Bridge Station. Photo doesn't do justice.
the @thamesclippers boat returned to pier to collect Bishop of Bergen who nearly missed the sailing!
Feel sorry for the walkers setting out from Southwark Cathedral to walk to Greenwich for St Alphege Millennium service in this weather!
Eastern end of Snowsfields will be closed from next Tuesday 24 April until end of May for "essential roadworks" says @MPSSouthwark
1000 years since martyrdom of St Alphege: commemorations begin 12 noon at @Southwarkcathed with Archbishop of Canterbury
Just published - Tom Carroll: funeral of Friars School caretaker http://t.co/mItEmOaO
Just published - Building firm fined Â£20,000 after 380kg load falls on woman at Waterloo bus stop http://t.co/2tWhMt9l
Free lunchtime music at St George the Martyr 1pm http://t.co/VSa6FMzI programme includes works by Elgar, Liszt and Chopin
RT @MikeTapp: On Tooley Street, London, someone has stolen my kayak to be used in Thames challenge raising money for poorly children.
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