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Tuesday 26 June 2012

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News & features published on 26 June 2012
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Poems rain down on Jubilee Gardens from helicopter

Spectators rushed to grab bookmarks printed with poems as they were dropped from a helicopter on to the South Bank's Jubilee Gardens on Tuesday night.

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City of London Academy proposes federation with Redriff Primary

The City of London Academy in Lynton Road is proposing to create a multi-academy trust with Redriff Primary School, with the City of London Corporation extending its sponsorship to include the Rotherhithe primary school.

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Southwark College quiz raises 3000 for FareShare charity

More than 200 representatives of local business took part in a charity quiz organised by Southwark College earlier this month.

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Banners unfurled at Jerwood Space

To mark the end of Jerwood Visual Arts' Assembly exhibition, artist Charlie Woolley led a banner making workshop on Sunday which concluded in a banner drop outside the Jerwood Space building.

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Armed Forces Day flags flying at City Hall and Southwark Council HQ

The Armed Forces Day flag is flying this week at City Hall and Southwark Council's Tooley Street offices.

Tweets on 26 June 2012

Just published - Poems rain down on Jubilee Gardens from helicopter http://t.co/JBOtlquP

via Google

Poems rain down on the South Bank http://t.co/YcIMJiXJ

via Twitter for Mac

And that's it. Belvedere Road reopened. RV1 buses moving again.

via Twitter for iPhone

Watching poems flutter through the spokes of @thelondoneye http://t.co/tDej4LZI

via Twitter for iPhone

Rain of Poems is mad but brilliant

via Twitter for iPhone

Traffic halted while poems rain down http://t.co/FK99rGYq

via Camera on iOS

Man shaking branches to dislodge poem stuck in tree

via Twitter for iPhone

Wind blowing poems across Shell Centre to Waterloo and beyond. Crowd surging out of Jubilee Gardens.

via Twitter for iPhone

No sign of the copter yet

via Twitter for iPhone

@secretlondon it's art - http://t.co/Z0sgO1NZ - they say they've never had any uncollected poems in other cities.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to secretlondon

Extra recycling bins in Jubilee Gardens to collect any unwanted poems http://t.co/9gNHqezg

via Camera on iOS

At 9pm a helicopter will drop 100000 poems on Jubilee Gardens

via HootSuite

Just published - City of London Academy proposes federation with Redriff Primary http://t.co/FlXUXJxH

via Google

[Forum] Best butchers in SE1 http://t.co/gdBjhl1y

via bitly

Just published - @SouthwarkColleg quiz raises £3000 for @FareShareUK charity http://t.co/yHMeeik4

via Google

Just published - Armed Forces Day flags flying at City Hall and Southwark Council http://t.co/3pzil2sj

via Google

One Blackfriars - exhibition of plans for 50-storey tower - open till 8pm http://t.co/hP3mEFLO

via bitly

Video demo of UK Broadband's 4G service in Southwark http://t.co/E3ftZroP via @V3_co_uk

via Twitter for Mac

Tomorrow @timabrahams is printing the best tweets tagged #bankside at Union Press http://t.co/hUz0LGJh & displaying them in Union Street

via Twitter for Mac

Tonight: Rain of Poems at Jubilee Gardens http://t.co/N3k5K3Oa

via bitly

Next month there will be a "New Orleans style funeral procession" in Waterloo to remember jazz trumpeter Abram Wilson http://t.co/9MFXLpA0

via Twitter for Mac

Tomorrow: @RedBallUK comes to the South Bank http://t.co/fFl5dUsC

via bitly

Free ice cream for children - Thursday 5 July at Gelateria 3Bis in Park Street, @boroughmarket http://t.co/T9bObD45

via Twitter for Mac

[Forum] Century House development, Tanner Street http://t.co/iawvbGHK

via bitly

RT @NoellaPKivlehan: Shooting a Bollywood film outside Tate Modern. No title yet! http://t.co/W8cwadaP

via Twitter for Mac

[Business forum] Need space for Real Mexican food http://t.co/kcULmD7U

via HootSuite

New @caffefratelli opens today in Clink Street http://t.co/C1S3TN3F (formerly Amano)

via HootSuite

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