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Thursday 31 May 2012

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Tweets on 31 May 2012

@FieldandSons Feel free to send us a pic - we'll be doing a roundup of Jubilee displays etc

via TweetDeck in reply to FieldandSons

Dorset garden design duo create a buzz at Archbishop's Park with @TheBBandF @chelseafringe http://t.co/Da5MWMGH via @dorsetecho

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What on earth is a 'padgent'? Londoners baffled by traffic notice http://t.co/xmAo12uJ via @standardnews << also in Southwark Street this AM

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Princess Royal is visiting HMS Belfast this evening

via Twitter for Mac

More on Monmouth Coffee's last saturday at Maltby Street http://t.co/njzKNrjf via @pippaperkins

via HootSuite

RT @TfLTrafficNews: #TowerBridge There is reports of an accident on Tower Bridge affecting traffic in both directions. Approach with caution

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RT @RoyalReporter: Just down river from Tower Bridge, Prince Charles is meeting crew of the Belem, which sailed over from Calais yesterday

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Just learnt that @YOSushi is opening on the new Waterloo Station balcony along with already announced @Carluccioscaffe @CorneyBarrowBar

via HootSuite

Pics from the 1949 film set of Passport to Pimlico in Lambeth Road SE1/SE11 http://t.co/4FKrfYR6 via @guardian

via HootSuite

The Prince of Wales is visiting the Pool of London today to check out the Avenue of Sail for the @riverpageant

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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra concert to be live-streamed from @southbankcentre on @guardian website http://t.co/TntGmIAL

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Pop-up DAB radio station to broadcast from Bankside during Olympics http://t.co/sBduPclO via @MusicWeekNews

via bitly

Have your say on the future of council housing in Southwark: http://t.co/P3XlQ9my tonight at Amigo Hall SE1

via bitly

Audioboo: Union Press: Andreas Lang introduces his Union Street publishing project http://t.co/b0cweTys

via Audioboo from Southwark, London

RT @visitlondon: New blog post: Mortarboards at More London: Students Break World Record http://t.co/zyOo577T #wrLDN

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RT @TheLondonEye: Book now for tickets for just £6 this weekend, with all proceeds going to Merlin's Magic Wand charity http://t.co/1QU8BlDA

via Twitter for iPhone

[Forum] Horses in Blackfriars Road this morning http://t.co/ZoWDpxN5

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@jonaths planning to make a Google map of jubilee stuff happening locally. Not had time yet.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to jonaths

The Southwark News continues to stretch the definition of an 'exclusive' story to new limits

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Jude Kelly says @festivalvillage is good example of what might be called #bigsociety - but she prefers "collective imagination"

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North London bias again RT @nickw84: BBC London referring to Jubilee Gardens as being 'just behind' the London Eye. Interesting.

via HootSuite

Reliably informed that Queen is NOT visiting Jubilee Gardens on South Bank today, contrary to @cllrstevereed tweet

via Twitter for iPhone

RT @sec0ndTh0ughts: there are only 8 days left to nominate someone for an award more details http://t.co/3s7ReDRt

via Twitter for iPhone

In the Queen Elizabeth Hall undercroft admiring the work of artists & volunteers who have created @festivalvillage

via HootSuite

@tomsinger aren't these mobile phone masts rather than boxes

via HootSuite in reply to tomsinger

RT @cllrstevereed: HM the Queen will be in Lambeth today to open the newly landscaped Jubilee Gardens by the London Eye

via HootSuite

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