The London Dungeon will close its doors on Tooley Street at the end of January 2013 and reopen at County Hall on the South Bank on 1 March.
Training for Life, the charity which runs the Downside Centre in the Downside Fisher Youth Club building, has gone into administration.
An 4.5 metre high interactive artwork representing a man squatting as if defecating has been installed in Potters Fields Park to mark World Toilet Day.
Saturday recap: London Dungeon, Downside Centre & Potters Fields Park giant toilet http://t.co/8VuzM9zY
Learn about the history and archaeology of Bermondsey Abbey: http://t.co/ZFTKwWcf
Just published - London Dungeon names the date for County Hall relocation http://t.co/isGZe4zm
Just published - Downside Centre's Training for Life charity in administration http://t.co/ABIKLbmv
Do you think this menu was dictated over the phone? http://t.co/7odaCdLX
@davidtinney1 to be fair she went on to say she couldn't do it whilst a serving MP
Kate Hoey tells Radio 4 she'd love to be on Strictly Come Dancing
Christmas Fair at Setchell Hall, Bermondsey http://t.co/oRJ6VLPN
@sparkly_catcat Catch a bus down the Old Kent Road to Tesco or Asda? Or kitchenware shop in Lower Marsh, Waterloo?
Family’s heartbreak after death of Norfolk man in ‘unexplained’ circumstances in Waterloo sauna http://t.co/wqhIqwAm
The Archaeology & History of Southwark guided walk this morning http://t.co/MeJokyZi
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